Beckie Francis, the Oakland University women’s basketball coach, will testify in support of the legislation, known as Erin’s Law, on Tuesday in Lansing.
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Once again, businesses in downtown Rochester have draped colorful lights outside their buildings for the holidays.
Suicidal subject in Brandon Twp.; Intoxicated driver in Troy; Theft from car in Troy; Embezzlement in Troy; Fleeing and eluding in Pontiac; Home invasion in Pontiac
The Oakland University Jazz Band will play at Cliff Bells in Detroit Sunday, Dec. 2 from 6 to 10 p.m. The event is free to all. Miles Brown, assistant professor of music, said the show features all the ensembles the OU Jazz program has to offer, except for the jazz singers group. Four small jazz combos will perform, as well as the big OU Jazz band. Clarinetist Paul Klinger will be a guest artist and will play with the traditional group.
A miniature tent city has sprung up outside of the Rochester Hills Best Buy in anticipation of the Black Friday deals. Some campers have been waiting since Friday, Nov. 16 for the sale, which begins at midnight Nov. 23.
Dog stabbing in Pontiac, Customer trouble at Wal-Mart, Armed robbery in Pontiac, Shooting at Police Station, Driving under the influence
With two EPs, two studio albums, two singles, three demos and two appearances on the Fearless Records compilation albums, all in the course of four years, Go Radio is off to a quick start.
Abduction, robbery in Pontiac; Suspicious incident in Troy; Assault and Battery inside vehicle; Death investigation in Pontiac
Public officials, puppies and kittens joined together to kick off the 26th annual “Coats for the Cold” winter coat drive Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Oakland County Animal Shelter. The drive and shelter announced their partnership at the kickoff.
Photos from classic Audrey Hepburn films line the walls. old Hollywood soundtrack fill the air along with the scent of coffee and desserts. Hepburn’s Crêpe and Coffee at the Village of Rochester Hills provides a casual dining experience with an old Hollywood feel.
The upcoming election will mark the first time in 20 years since the current Oakland County 6th circuit court judges have been challenged.
Autopsy pending for death investigation in Orion Township; Indecent exposure incident; Driving with a suspended license in Sterling Heights; Attempted murder in Pontiac
The event brought artists, writers, directors, producers, vendors, actors and fans together for one day of frights and fun. Events included live tattooing, costume contests, question-and-answer sessions and movie screenings.
Last weekend, the 19th annual American Sewing Expo took place at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. This event featured many activities including over 200 sewing classes/seminars, hands-on workshops, crafters, shopping and fashion shows.
The fifth annual Brooksie Way Half Marathon and 5K Run took place last Sunday, drawing a crowd of over 4,500 people to run and walk, promoting wellness in the Oakland University community and beyond.
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After a seven-year hiatus, Detroit’s Belle Isle Aquarium has welcomed back visitors.
The bad weather forecast this past weekend did not frighten the patrons of the Renaissance Festival in Holly, Michigan.
Beginning in April, the project, dubbed the “Main Street Makeover,” has become not only a test of commuters’ patience, but an educational endeavor as well.
On Sept. 12, Auburn Hills councilwoman Anne Doyle visited Meadow Brook Hall and Gardens as guest speaker for the Auburn Hills Chamber-sponsored Women’s Leadership Luncheon.