Sing Into Spring Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan Fundraiser

Join us for a musical afternoon, Sing Into Spring, a fundraiser hosted by Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan. The concert will be on Sunday, April 29, 4:00 p.m. at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Rochester. Vocalist Mark Tisdel, along with Lia Catallo singer/songwriter, will perform a repertoire of music structured for all audiences. Advance ticket purchases of $20 are available by contacting Lorraine at LTaliercio204@gmail.com or Nancy at nancytroyer@comcast.net. Tickets may also be … [Read more...]

Late Fall Happenings at the Older Person’s Commission

Late Fall Happenings at the Older Person’s Commission (OPC) in Rochester offer a chance to learn, shop, and be entertained. Open to members and non-members, admission fees for most events. Terrific Tuesday- Proud to be an American Tuesday November 14, 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Dr. John Todd will present on the history of the Department of Veterans Affairs and his role in designing a bill providing benefits to women and children of veterans. A light supper will be served at 4:30 p.m. and Rusty … [Read more...]

Annual Mark Tisdel Benefit Concert for Neighborhood House This Sunday

Tickets are $20 each, $25 at the door. Purchase your tickets on our home page at www.RANH.org or at Sharon's Hallmark Rochester Hills locations, Dillman & Upton, Lytle Pharmacy, or Neighborhood House on S Livernois Rd.  Find the event on Facebook here.  … [Read more...]

Annual Mark Tisdel Benefit Concert for Neighborhood House

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Rochester Hills Councilman Mark Tisdel sings for Neighborhood House

Tisdel’s "Quite a Bit of Broadway" supports Neighborhood House For the 15th consecutive year, local singer and Rochester Hills City Councilman Mark Tisdel will entertain the community to benefit Neighborhood House. The widely popular annual event, "Tisdel in Concert," will be held on Sunday, April 17 at 4:00 p.m. at the First Congressional Church in Rochester. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the programs and services of Neighborhood House, a local non-profit organization dedicated to … [Read more...]

Rochester Hills Educator Announces City Council Candidacy

Bill Soule, a Rochester Hills resident and educator has announced his intention to run for one of two at-large seats on city council this fall. Also in the race are current Rochester Hills City Council members Dale Hetrick and Mark Tisdel. Currently, Soule is a professor of media and communication arts and an adjunct instructor of business law at Macomb Community College. Read the full story on The Oakland Press.   … [Read more...]

Rochester Hills State of the City 2015 with VIDEO

Video Courtesy of Rochester Hills TV and the City of Rochester Hills Rochester Hills Mayor, Bryan Barnett, gave the State of the City Wednesday evening to full house at the Emagine Theater in Rochester Hills. The Mayor and his Team work to bring a new and exciting production each year. This year's address was built around the idea of presenting it as a late night talk show, the Jimmy Fallon show to be exact. With the local band, Hot Sauce, providing the tunes of a house band on one … [Read more...]

Paint the Plow and the New Rochester Hills City Council

The New City Council Members The new Rochester Hills City Council met for the first time on Monday. While four members are continuing their term, the three newly elected members were at their first city council meeting as council members. Kevin Brown (At-Large), Stephanie Morita (District 1) and Thomas Wiggins (District 4) were sworn in on November 18, 2013 at the Oath of Office. City Council President Greg Hooper welcomed them and said, “I have the utmost confidence in all our new … [Read more...]

Citizen Opinion: Show Me the Money

Citizen Opinion by Scot Beaton Fiscal Responsibility, Rochester Hills Hats off to all those who worked on the police millage proposal: Don Cline, Dale Hetrick, Walter Johnson, Linda Raschke, LeAnne Rogers, Nancy Soisson and Thomas Stephens. (hundreds of hours of work NO compensation from the city) but because of the current economic condition the nation is currently in, threats of a fiscal cliff etc., a straight up renewal would probably be the only millage the residents of Rochester Hills … [Read more...]

Rochester Hills Primary Election Update -With video

The day has finally arrived for the Primary Election in Rochester Hills. Rochester Media had a chance to stop in at Precincts 18 and 25 in District 2 and talk with several candidates and supporters. With less than 100 votes reported by noon today in these two precincts, the candidates are expecting a fairly low turnout. Candidate Mark Tisdel was told that approximately 70% of the  over 5200 absentee ballots requested were turned in so far. Candidate Jordan Kotubey said he knocked on over 2000 … [Read more...]