State Senator Mallory McMorrow (D-Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Royal Oak) on Tuesday, January 21, filed a two-page sexual harassment complaint with the Michigan Senate Business Office against fellow state Senator P...

The Bloomfield Township Planning Commission on Monday, January 20, recommended approval to the township board of trustees for a site plan and special land use request to construct the Detroit Meeting Room at the Ste...

Voters in Birmingham came out on Tuesday, November 5, to have their voices heard in a hotly contested election where eight candidates ran to fill four vacant Birmingham City Commission seats, and in Bloomfield Hills...

Political committees formed in hopes of swaying election results for local ballot questions appearing on the August 6 election were required to file pre-election financial statements by 5 p.m. on Friday, July 26.

R...

Two Birmingham citizen activists, Clinton Baller and David Bloom, on Monday, July 22, filed suit in federal court against the city of Birmingham, mayor Patty Bordman and city attorney Timothy Currier, alleging their...

A Birmingham resident filed two campaign election complaints against Clinton Baller and his political action committee, Balance For Birmingham, and Brad Host and his political action committee, Citizens for Responsi...

February 15, 2019

Bloomfield Hills city commissioner Stuart Sherr, who was arrested and charged with stealing the campaign signs of a Bloomfield Hills School board candidate, Anjali Prasad, in November, has plead not guilty, even tho...

Voters throughout Oakland County turned out in wide numbers to vote on Tuesday, November 6, reflecting the nationwide and statewide trend of the “Year of the Woman” and the surge by Democrats as they voted in Democr...

Primary election day 2018 is in the books, with a huge turnout of voters across Oakland County renewing public transportation (SMART) millage, choosing party candidates to run for governor, congress and Oakland Coun...

Republican and Democratic candidates vying for numerous state and local offices filed their petitions for Michigan's August 7 primary election by the 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 24 deadline.

This year's primary election lo...

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