Farmington / Farmington Hills

County Gets $600,000 EPA Grant To Assess And Clean Up Contaminated Brownfield Sites For Future Development

Oakland County was awarded a $600,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that will help local communities assess and clean up brownfield sites for future economic development.The EPA...

Delta Hotels Expands to Oakland County Through Farmington Hills Location

Delta Hotels Detroit Novi has opened in Farmington Hills. It is Delta’s first branded hotel in Oakland County.  Photo courtesy of Delta Hotels Detroit Novi Delta Hotels by Marriott has...

‘Finding Joy in Chaos’: Artist Debuts New Exhibition at Downtown Farmington Art Gallery

Excerpt: Public art installations. Murals stretching across the walls of locally-owned businesses. Arthur the Raven.There is some light to be found in the darkness of the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, there might...

Oakland County Leaders Urge Shoppers to Support ‘Shop Small Saturday’ on Nov. 28

Oakland County Executive David Coulter, retailers and civic leaders across Oakland County are appealing to shoppers that they can safely support small businesses in their communities this holiday season...

Bosch Collaborates on Rollout of Advanced Driving Calibration Systems

Bosch and Hunter Engineering are creating advanced driver assistance calibration systems. Photo courtesy of Bosch Bosch, a large automotive supplier that has its North American headquarters in Farmington Hills, announced...

Meet the Artist Behind Arthur the Raven, a Stop-Motion Animation Series in Downtown Farmington

Excerpt: A raven stands atop a table in Farmington’s Riley Park, attempting to drink from a coffee cup before knocking it over and watching it roll across.The clip lasts...

Farmington Farmers Market Celebrates One Million Customers, On Track to Break Attendance Record

Excerpt: It was 1993 when Walt Gajewski first moved from Plymouth to Farmington, the first year of the Farmington Farmers Market.The market was, as he attests, kind of tiny....

Oakland Community College Creates To-Go Lunch Service, Run by Culinary Students

Excerpt: In a lot of ways, the pandemic changed the restaurant industry. Now, students studying culinary arts at Oakland Community College are learning those changes first-hand. While students usually help...

Fresh at the Market: Market Busier Than Ever in Final Month of Season

Excerpt: October is here, and I’m finding that the farmers market is busier than ever! All of us creatures, from woods to neighborhoods, are sensing the change of seasons....

Oakland County Manufacturing Day Goes Virtual

Seven hundred students from 16 Oakland County school districts and four Oakland Schools Technical Campuses got a virtual look at what a future in a high-tech career might look...