“Those who have experienced foster care typically don’t have the support systems in place to assist with college costs. Every dollar helps create opportunities for our youth who have experienced foster care.”
Totals are not in yet for this year, but with packed streets leading into sunset, groups at the event reported much success.
“So seeing the rainbow flag, and seeing people come out to something like this, is how you know that you’re not alone.”
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Oakland County Times recently met with Orion Township Supervisor Chris Barnett for a first-hand look at what some of the new projects are, and to share more about the process for readers that have questions.
Holly continued its annual tradition of hosting a Memorial Day parade and as usual it was quite the community event.
In addition to a scene full of rainbow colored lights and trendy music, Liberty Bar has a menu with tasty options including their signature series of poutines.
Berkley Parks & Recreation has received a donation in the amount of $5,000 for their inclusive park fundraiser from Wayne Wudyka, owner of Huntington Cleaners, Wesch Cleaners, and Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network.
Modeled after the classic Monopoly game, Hollyopoly will feature local attractions, groups, businesses and families
From 2010 to 2019, 1,436 Michigan babies died due to sleeping in unsafe environments…
As of noon there were still vehicles on the scene. Drivers are advised to avoid the area.
Today we celebrate our 13th birthday!
Everyone is welcome to participate in Holly Pride and Pride Night to show their support and love for those around them
An annual 3-day event where bands, artists, crafters, Michigan breweries, wineries, distilleries, restaurants, food trucks, businesses, non-profits, organizations and others who live and work with a Do-It-Yourself ethic and spirit converge for one big celebration.
For 100 juried artists visit the west side of 9 Mile and Woodward for the Funky Ferndale Art Fair.
This collaboration helps Common Ground maintain its status as an important regional resource helping youths, adults, and families in crisis while ensuring the continuation of this highly-respected fine art fair.
Bring your blankets and chairs, and find a cozy spot at Booth Park to enjoy a movie under the stars
Village of Holly Fireworks are Saturday, Sept. 10.
“We are pleased to announce this settlement and believe that the policies that Ferndale has put in place will help protect the religious rights of Muslim women who may find themselves in their custody,” said CAIR-MI Staff Attorney Amy V. Doukoure.
Teams included Orion Township, Rochester Hills, Oxford, Macomb, Bloomfield Township, and SEMCOG (Southeast Michigan Council of Governments).