Oakland County executives are disputing the numbers in a report from Lighthouse of Oakland County — that says poverty is on the rise.
“I’m completely outraged. I cannot believe that anyone would take advantage of any citizen, especially in the name of jury duty,” said Oakland County Chief Judge Nanci Grant.
Sheriff Mike Bouchard says they’ve seen a 300 percent increase in the number of heroin-related cases in Oakland County.
The Michigan Supreme Court doesn’t intend to intervene in a lower court’s decision that allows Jackob Trakhtenberg to sue Deborah McKelvy for malpractice.
Officials at the dealership say 52 tires with rims were stolen, valued at more than $50,000.
It was the same old song for the Detroit area’s residential real estate market in February, according to new numbers from the Farmington Hills-based real estate information company Realcomp II Ltd.: The number of sales is down, but prices are up.
He may not be a “Detroit basher,” but Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson thinks “no deal is better than a bad deal” when it comes to doing business with the Motor City.
Online postings for job openings in southeast Michigan in 2013 grew more than 112 percent over 2012, according to data released this week by the Workforce Intelligence Network of Southeast Michigan.
Oakland County leaders want more information before agreeing to join an authority that would eventually control the Detroit Water and Sewage Department.
Spokesman Craig Bryson says when it snows, they try to push the white stuff back as close to the mailboxes as they can so that the post office can deliver mail.