October 15, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

District judge to address human trafficking trends at NOAH meeting October 20

Novi’s 52nd Court Judge Brian MacKenzie will be addressing local human trafficking trends at a Northwest Oakland Abolitionist Hub (NOAH) meeting at the Milford United Methodist Church on Monday, October 20. More...

Highland officially opens sidewalks with ribbon cutting

Highland Township officials, residents and other community members celebrated the official opening of Highland’s recently completed sidewalks with a ribbon cutting on Saturday, October 11. More...

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Police/Fire

POLICE BEAT

White Lake – Physical Altercation More...

One Minute Interview

One minute with Walled Lake Outdoor Education Center Director Stuart Riley

The following are excerpts from an interview with Walled Lake Outdoor Education Center Director Stuart Riley. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Multi-Lakes Conservation serving up screams this Halloween season with haunted forest

Western Oakland County residents craving a scare this Halloween season can head over to the Multi- Lakes Conservation Association in Commerce Township. More...

Other area hanuted attractions

Barn of Horrors & Corn Stalkers Maze: 7:30 p.m. Fri.-Sat. Through Nov. 1. And also 7:30 p.m. Oct. 30. Corn maze also has daytime hours. Erwin Orchards and Cider Mill, 61475 Silver Lake, South Lyon. 888-824-3377. More...

Sports

Week 8 football preview

Week 8 of fall football features a series of KLAA cross over game this Friday. The tough Kensington Lakes Athletic Association North Division finished in a three way tie for the championship. More...

Milford finishes 6th, Lakeland finishes 9th at MIHL State Championships

The Milford Equestrian Team finished 6th and the Lakeland Equestrian Team took 9th in the Michigan Interscholastic Horsemanship State Championships in Midland last week. More...

Sh-sh-shake your mailbox on October 18

The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) asked residents who have mailboxes at the road edge to prepare for winter by shaking their mailbox. Gov. More...

Volunteers needed for continued storm relief effort in Highland neighborhood

Community Sharing Outreach Center and local churches are working to remedy the damage caused to homes in the Highland Greens Estates Mobile Home Park in Highland by a July storm. More...

White Lake intersection ranked sixth most dangerous in state

Drivers through White Lake’s Teggerdine Road and M-59 intersection should exercise extra caution. The intersection was recently ranked number six in a list of the most dangerous intersections in the state, as reported by Michigan Auto Law. More...

 

 

 

News

Sunday fundraiser to benefit woman with Poland's, Moebius syndromes

A bowling party scheduled from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, October 19 at Airway Lanes in Waterford ultimately may help to make Ronna Baker smile.   More...

We are at the top of the food chain

YOUR HEALTH

Humans are the smartest of all mammals but we have the worst diets of any mammal on the planet. More...

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Huron Valley School District

Board approves purchase agreement for Baker Elementary property

Huron Valley Schools’ board members unanimously agreed to a purchase agreement that would see the district receive $1,050,000 from Robertson Brothers for the former site of Baker Elementary. More...

Walled Lake School District

District asks residents for renewal of vital millage levies

The Walled Lake Consolidated School District is asking community members to renew two millage levies in the Tuesday, November 4 annual school election. More...

Community Calendar - Post your event

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Please forward Community Events to roxanneschepansky@scnmail.com. Find more Community Calendar online at www.spinalcolumnonline.com

Walled Lake City Library Snacks and Stacks Program Book lovers are invited to enjoy a cup of coffee and discuss new books at Walled Lake City Library’s newest program: Snacks and Stacks. More...

Milford High School

Milford volleyball drops tough match to Hartland

The Milford Mavericks volleyball squad turned in a gutty performance on the road at Hartland last Thursday night coming up short to the Eagles 3 to 1.. More...

Walled Lake Western

Walled Lake Western wins share of KLAA North championship

The Walled Lake Western Warriors win a share of the KLAA North Division championship with a 31-14 victory over Walled Lake Central Friday night. With the win in the rivalry game, the Warriors also claim the “City Championship.” More...