Lake Angelus

Events in Oakland County

January 14th 2022

Here are upcoming events in Oakland County. Email event information to editor@oc115.com for consideration.

A Look at the Data in Michigan’s 2020 Deaths

January 12th 2022

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has released data on deaths that occurred during 2020. 

Michigan Announces New Kirtland’s Warbler License Plate

January 8th 2022

Michigan’s wildlife habitat license plate now features the Kirtland’s warbler – chosen as the latest species to be highlighted on the license plate to celebrate the recovery of this unique bird.

Oakland County Expands Drive-Through COVID Testing Due to Increased Cases

January 6th 2022

Unvaccinated persons in Michigan had 4.3 times the risk of testing positive for COVID-19 and 13.2 times the risk of dying from COVID-19 compared to fully vaccinated persons.

Video: County Commission Sets New Districts, Reduces Number of Seats

January 2nd 2022

Commissioners Charlie Cavell and Bob Hoffman joined Oakland County Times for an interview about the process and the impacts on their districts.

Special Election to Fill State Rep Andrea Schroeder’s Seat Following Death

January 2nd 2022

The 43rd District includes part of Waterford Township, the city of Lake Angelus, the village of Clarkston and Independence Township.

Produce Recall Includes Dole and Kroger Brand Salads and More

December 27th 2021

Dole Fresh Vegetables is coordinating closely with regulatory officials.

Funding Available for Childcare for Eligible Oakland County Families

December 18th 2021

“We know one of the greatest obstacles for people returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic is affordable childcare,” said Oakland County Executive David Coulter. 

Richard Oldacre Named Oakland Community Health Network Chief Operating Officer

December 18th 2021

Oldacre’s expertise in the behavioral and physical healthcare space compliments OCHN’s mission, vision, and values to ensure quality, integrated healthcare services to Oakland County residents supported by the public mental health system.

Omicron Variant of COVID Virus Confirmed in Oakland County

December 17th 2021

“Vaccination, masking and social distancing is strongly encouraged to help slow spread of Omicron and all COVID-19 viruses.”