Pleasant Ridge

Sept 18 – Ferndale Garden Club Mum Sale

September 1st 2021

The Ferndale Garden Club is having its Annual Mum Sale Fundraiser on Saturday, September 18, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Sept 11 – Pleasant Ridge Garden Tour

September 1st 2021

Hosted by the Pleasant Ridge Historical Commission, the redesigned tour format will exclusively showcase a variety of outdoor spaces, yards and gardens found within our historic city.

Sept 24 – Ferndale Homecoming Parade and Game

September 1st 2021

Staging for the parade starts at 4:30pm. The tailgate party begins in the FHS parking lot at 5pm. The football game begins at 7pm.

Ozone Action Day Declared, How You Can Help

August 28th 2021

“With this ongoing heat wave compounded by air quality issues, we encourage everyone to take care this weekend.”

Helping Democracy, Oakland County Times Celebrates Over 650 Video Interviews

August 23rd 2021

And now that we’ve posted our 650th interview, it seems like a good time to celebrate and reflect.

2021 Candidate Interview:  Alex Lenko for Pleasant Ridge City Commission

August 22nd 2021

For all interviews visit our Candidate Interview Page. New videos are added frequently up until Election Day, so please check back often!

Ferndale School Board Seeks Applicants to Fill Vacancy

August 20th 2021

The Board of Education is now seeking applications to fill his position and serve until the certification of the next general election in November of 2022.

I-75 and I-696 Interchange Closures Begin Saturday

August 19th 2021

Pavement and barrier wall repair will begin this weekend.

Residents Who Lost Power Can Contact DTE & Consumers for Credit

August 16th 2021

Both utilities have been working around the clock to restore power, but many customers have now gone several days without during hot and humid weather.

Restructuring, Equity Part of Legacy as Jim O’Donnell Resigns from Ferndale School Board

August 16th 2021

O’Donnell joined the board as part of a slate of “BOLD” candidates – Amy Butters, Jim O’Donnell, Raylon Leaks-May, and Kevin Deegan-Krause who campaigned on a promise of change.