Pontiac

Aug. 29:  Virtual Rent Party to Benefit Lighthouse

August 29th 2020

Mike Jellick has become a mainstay on the Detroit Jazz scene and beyond. He draws from classical and jazz influences in his jazz playing and writing.

Four Shot, Three Fatally, in Dispute Between Pontiac Neighbors

August 28th 2020

Upon arrival, Deputies found four victims on the front porch, inside the home, and on the front lawn of a residence.

Up to $20,000 Available Through DNR Community Forestry Grant Program

August 26th 2020

Up to $20,000 is available for projects such as: 

Tree inventories and management plans.
Urban forest master plans or strategic plans. 
Tree maintenance connected to strategic activities in a plan or tree inventory. 
Community outreach or local staff training. 
Tree ordinance review and development.

Dad Picking Up Teen Daughter Shot with His Own Gun During Scuffle, Others Injured

August 24th 2020

The male victim stated he had gone to the parking lot of Duckett’s Bar with his wife to pick up their 16-year-old daughter.

SURVEY Seeks to Understand White Perspectives on Racial Conversations

August 24th 2020

In an effort to understand and improve the conversations happening about race, LaTosch Consulting is conducting a survey of white people.

Recall Issued on ALDI Peaches

August 20th 2020

As a precautionary measure, ALDI is voluntarily recalling assorted peaches received from its supplier, Wawona Packing Company

Candidate Interviews ~  Nov. 3, 2020 Election

August 18th 2020

Each year Oakland County Times gives candidates for any office voted on in Oakland County the opportunity to do a video interview. This is a huge undertaking, and we post new videos as we can right up until the election. So please check back often and be patient.

Man with Red Hair, Black Truck Tries to Lure Child with Offer of Food

August 18th 2020

The suspect was last seen leaving the area in a black four door truck with a topper on the back.

Oakland County Hosting Free Classes for Small Business Owners

August 17th 2020

Business owners and entrepreneurs who may have had their operations or aspirations interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic have a chance to get back on track with the help of expert business counselors from Oakland County’s small business team.

County-Wide Millage to Go on Nov. Ballot for Parks and Recreation

August 16th 2020

“For the first time in our 54-year existence, we’re asking for an increase so we can provide more high quality parks, programs and services to the citizens of Oakland County,” OCPR Executive Officer Dan Stencil said.