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Annual Lobster Boil

Lobster Boil Tradition Continues

The 18th Annual Lobster Boil – You Plan the Party, The Rochester Junior Woman’s Club Will Cook The Rochester Junior Woman’s Club is preparing for its 18th annual Lobster Boil on Saturday, September 24th. Live New England lobsters are flown in fresh early Saturday morning. Each Lobster is between 1 and 1 ¼ pounds each. Members of RJWC … [Read More...]

Michigan Farm Fun

Discover Michigan Farm Fun

2016 Discover Michigan Farm Fun, Michigan's Agricultural Tourism Directory Launches New, Responsive Website The Michigan Agritourism Association released its 2016 directory featuring local agricultural products and engaging activities offered in every region of Michigan. A brand new, responsive website compliments the popular printed directory, … [Read More...]

Meadow Brook Theatre 2016-2017 Children's Series

Meadow Brook Theatre Announces 9th Annual Children’s Series

Meadow Brook Theatre Continues to Provide Children's Entertainment for the 9th Season. Beginning in October of 2016, the theatre will present 6 shows for children: Saturday, October 22 at 1:00 p.m., Guy Louis is back by popular demand with Guy Louis' Halloween Monster Mash. Join (friendly) Dracula for a rockin’ Halloween bash with a … [Read More...]

Downtown Rochester Michigan

Perfect Score for Rochester Main Street Test

Patterson Honors 10 "Perfect 10" Main Street Oakland County Communities for Receiving National Accreditation Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson honored 10 Main Street Oakland County communities who received perfect scores and a national accreditation from the National Main Street Center in Chicago on June 14. Patterson presented … [Read More...]

New Four-Way Stop in Oakland Township

Adams Road and Gunn Road Intersection to Become four-way Stop

Adams Road and Gunn Road Intersection in Oakland Township to Become four-way Stop on July 27 The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) will improve the safety of the Adams/Gunn Road intersection in Oakland Township by making it a four-way stop on Wednesday, July 27. The intersection currently has stop signs at the Gunn Road approaches … [Read More...]

Rochester Hills Volunteers Needed to Help Revitalize Denby High School in Detroit

Rochester Hills Volunteers Needed in Detroit

Mayor Barnett Invites Residents to Participate Soon the Rochester Hills community will be rolling up their sleeves to help remove blight in the Denby neighborhood on Detroit’s northeast side. Mayor Bryan K. Barnett has partnered with Life Remodeled, a Detroit-based non-profit organization to offer a unique volunteering opportunity to … [Read More...]

Heat Advisory Alert

Heat Advisory Alert

The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for today, beginning at 1:00 p.m. through tomorrow, July 22 at 10:00 p.m. Kids and Pets Oakland County Health Division cautions residents to protect themselves, especially young children and pets, from heat-related illness such as heat exhaustion or heat stroke when temperatures are … [Read More...]

Butcher & Butcher Team at the Sachse Construction Charity Golf Outing - photo courtesy of Butcher & Butcher

Golf Ball Drop to Play it Foreward

Helicopter Drops One Thousand Golf Balls to Drive Donations to Charity Sachse Construction hosted their annual charity golf outing, Play It Foreward, on Monday, July 11, featuring a visual helicopter “ball drop” to drive donations. Sachse Construction, located in Detroit, provides commercial general contracting and construction management … [Read More...]

Dear Crabby Gives Advice

Dear Crabby, Do Adults Need Coloring Books?

Dear Crabby, Do Adults Need There Own Coloring Books? Sincerely, Art Smith   Dear Mr. Smith, When I first hear about adult coloring books, I thought the idea was silly. After all, if - as an adult - you want to color, go ahead. Who needs the title of a book to tell you it's for you? I mean, have you ever heard of Children's … [Read More...]

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