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Healthcare, Building Workforce Among Priorities in Proposed County Budget

July 23rd 2021

Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter presented his balanced three-year budget recommendation to the Board of Commissioners Thursday evening.

Help Wanted: Freelance Writers and Part Time Production Assistant

July 21st 2021

As Oakland County Times continues to grow, we’re inviting more writers to be part of our freelance team. No experience is necessary.  We’re also looking for part time online production help, a great position for someone to do in their free time!

Places to EXPLORE in Oakland County

July 18th 2021

Oakland County Times has a growing list of parks, trails, family-friendly destinations and more in our area and beyond. 

Low Income Residents Impacted by Flooding Could Quality for Home Repair Funding

July 5th 2021

It is available to eligible residents that need help with home repairs necessary to correct unsafe conditions and restore essential services.

Population Gains And Losses: Where People Come From, And Where They Go

June 28th 2021

In comparing federal tax returns from year to year, IRS can determine who moved and where. 

Oakland County Offering $50 Gift Card to Incentivize Vaccinations

June 23rd 2021

Oakland County Health Division is introducing a $50 gift card incentive* to any Oakland County resident receiving their first COVID-19 vaccine from June 24 until July 4.

Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency Resuming In-Person Appointments

June 23rd 2021

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Oakland County Program Helps Expunge Certain Convictions

June 8th 2021

Statewide only 6.5 percent of eligible residents take advantage of the expungement process, according to a 2019 University of Michigan report

Saturday is an Ozone Action Day, What That Means and How to Help

June 4th 2021

Saturday, June 5 is the second Ozone Action day of the year in Southeast Michigan.

Short Term Rentals Under Debate in Lansing w/Local Control at Risk

May 24th 2021

Ferndale’s ordinance passed in March. But now state legislators are working on a bill that would remove local governments’ rights to regulate these businesses within their city using zoning…