Pontiac, MI - In support of September is Infant Safe Sleep Awareness Month, Oakland County Health Division reminds residents to follow safe sleep practices for infants during naps and bedtime.
Trenton, MI - A contaminated property in Trenton will be redeveloped as an entertainment venue with help from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE).
Clinton Twp, MI - The Macomb Community Action Office of Senior Services is sending a call for action out to Macomb County residents and businesses asking them to consider becoming a volunteer for the Meals on Wheels program.
Mt. Clemens, MI - County Executive Mark A. Hackel hosted the first-ever “The River Runs Wild” event on the Clinton River, an 8-mile kayaking excursion which began at Heritage Park in Utica and ended at Rotary Park in Sterling Heights on Wednesday August 21, 2019.
Detroit, MI - The Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory has a lot to celebrate. One of Belle Isle Park's most significant historic structures, the landmark reopened to the public this past June, and a new public art sculpture was officially dedicated in the conservatory gardens August 15, 2019.
Pontiac, MI - Oakland County Health Division reminds residents that algal blooms may be present in lakes. People should exercise caution and avoid direct contact with water that appears scummy, looks like spilled paint, or has a green sheen to it. The scum may contain flecks, foam, or clumps.
Oak Park MI - A vacant, contaminated property in Oak Park will be redeveloped as a destination restaurant with help from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE).
Mt. Clemens, MI - Macomb County Emergency Management, Clinton Township Emergency Management and the City of Warren Emergency Management executed a full-scale mock disaster training exercise August 8, 2019 with the support of more than 200 police, fire, EMS and hospital personnel and 250 school staff and students.
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