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Nov. 7 – Royal Oak’s Ruck March Goes Virtual

October 17th 2020

Every year, on the Saturday before Veterans Day, the Royal Oak Veterans Event Committee marches to raise awareness of the scourge of veteran suicide, and to raise money, food, and supplies for homeless or needy vets.

Oct. 31 – Book and Boo at Bedford Woods Park, Southfield

October 17th 2020

There are two, one-hour time slots available for families to choose from (1-2 p.m. or 3-4 p.m.) on a first-come, first-served basis.

Oct. 18 – Harvest Days at Oakland History Center

October 17th 2020

Enter at Wisner Stadium 441 Cesar E. Chavez Ave, Pontiac

Explore: A Stroll Through Downtown Farmington

October 16th 2020

From there it was easy to spot details that make Downtown Farmington unique, especially now with their Halloween-themed Grand Raven Festival…

Bill Signed into Law to Allow Remote Public Meetings to Continue

October 16th 2020

By allowing for remote meetings, public bodies and residents can continue practicing safe social distancing while also ensuring meetings remain open, accessible and transparent to the public,” said Governor Whitmer.

Royal Oak Makes First Two Hours Parking Free in City Parking Garages, Any Time

October 16th 2020

Beginning October 1, all city-owned parking garages featured the first two-hours parking free of charge no matter what time you enter the parking garage. 

Reporter Food: Sunflour Bakehaus in Downtown Farmington

October 15th 2020

When reporter Lara Mossa wrote about the mural on the side of Sunflour Bakehaus in Downtown Farmington, and the artist MaryLou Stropoli, it got me hungry to check out the baked goods inside. 

Halloween and COVID: What Activities are High, Moderate, and Low Risk?

October 15th 2020

The being said, many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses. There are several safer, alternative ways to participate in Halloween.

2020 Candidate Interview: Mike Mueller for State Rep. 51st District

October 15th 2020

In the race for State Representative of the 51st District, Incumbent Mike Mueller, a Republican, is being challenged by Democrat Brad May.

Battle Against Rats Continues as Ferndale Urges Against Rodenticide

October 15th 2020

The problem with rat poison, Mikulski explained, is that it doesn’t just kill rats.