This is not the first time Oakland County’s Incident Management Team has helped its neighbors during a disaster.
“The data shows that Michigan is ready to phase in these sectors of our economy, but we must stay vigilant…”
The Family Dollar in Billings Township became an unofficial gathering place for those wanting to get a peek at the eerily empty riverbed.
In Mexico and other Latin American countries, the Day of the Dead celebrates the lives of close relatives, friends or community members who have died.
Stopping the spread of this virus is still key and if we can’t, then we will have to close it down again.
Go Comedy! Improv Theater announces that it has launched its digital format, Digi-Go to continue producing improvised, written, and original comedy during this period of social distancing and the closure of theaters across the nation.
In Royal Oak Township there are seven people running for four seats in the Democratic Primary.
All the candidates are Republicans, so the victors will likely be decided in the Aug. 4, 2020 Republican primary.
Patterns include Rounded Flower Bed, Detroit Industry, The Scream, Starry Night, The Great Wave and more.
“It’s critical Michiganders can self-quarantine and continue staying safer at home without fear of being evicted,” Governor Whitmer said.
When firefighters arrived, they reported a haze of smoke inside of a large, one-story warehouse.
In the race for County Commission in the 9th District, Incumbent Gwen Markham, a Democrat, is unopposed in the Aug. 4 primary.
There is an open seat for Bloomfield Township Clerk and Martin Brook is the only Democrat on the ballot.
Lake Orion Downtown Development Authority will use the money raised to create grants of equal amounts to be distributed to qualifying downtown businesses.
As movement towards reopening unfolds, we are working to gather information about how businesses are planning to return to work.
Unable to buy chalk in the store, she asked for donations on Facebook, and in exchange, she promised to turn a square of sidewalk in front of their house into a canvas.
The goal of the program is to create a safer and healthier work environment and reduce the risk of injury and illness to workers in Michigan.
In the Democratic Primary the candidates are Stephanie Fakih, Mitsauaki Murashige, Valerie Sayles Murray, and Linda Ulrey.
The race for Groveland Township Supervisor will likely be decided in the Aug. 4, 2020 Primary as there are no Democrats running for the position.
In the Republican Primary, which takes place Aug. 4, the candidates are: Mike Detmer, Alan T. Hoover, Paul Junge, and Kristina Lyke.