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Funding Available for Projects to Improve Mental Health in Juvenile Justice System

November 24th 2021

MDHHS expects to award approximately $590,000 over a two-year period through this competitive RFP process to multiple agencies…

MML #2 – Beyond Diversity: Understanding and Leveraging Inclusion

November 22nd 2021

“Diversity without inclusion is just for optics,” said Steve Robbins of Steve Robbins and Associates.  “You gotta do the Inclusion piece before you can leverage the value of diversity.”

Michigan DHHS Encourages Flu and COVID Vaccinations

November 17th 2021

Data from MDHHS’s flu vaccine dashboard show that influenza vaccine administrations are down versus previous seasons.

40 Under 40 Nominations Accepted Through Nov. 19

November 15th 2021

“These are the future leaders of the business world and our communities and it’s important to recognize and celebrate them.”

Nov. 15, 2021 OC Times Headlines and Updates Video

November 15th 2021

Want to get a rundown of what’s new in Oakland County? Check out this video update from Editor and Publisher Crystal Proxmire, and use the search bar to find stories you may have missed!

Michigan Approves Two Year Vehicle Registration Option

November 11th 2021

House Bill 4117 allows drivers to choose a 2-year vehicle registration, improving the convenience of Secretary of State services.

Chris Ward Named Director of Oakland County Parks and Recreation

November 11th 2021

Oakland County Deputy County Executive Chris Ward has been named Parks Director for Oakland County Parks and Recreation.

Top Banner Ad Now Available, Be Seen on Every Page with a Low Weekly Rate

November 7th 2021

Now that candidate interviews are over for the season, our most prominent ad spot is now available, and we’re inviting small businesses, nonprofit groups, and individuals to sign up to advertise there.

Voter Turnout by City in the Nov. 2, 2021 Election

November 6th 2021

Voter turnout ranged from a low of 11.6 percent in Hazel Park to a high of 74.7 percent in Lake Angelus.  The chart below shows turnout by community from low to high.

State Touts Economic Impact on Women & Families with Repeal of Tampon Tax

November 5th 2021

Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed SB 153, the second half of a bipartisan package to repeal the tax on essential menstrual products,