1. Change is the operative word for 2019

    TROY, MI — On Tuesday, February 12, the Troy Chamber will host an annual meeting featuring a panel discussion highlighting the economic changes Troy businesses are to face in 2019. The panel will be moderated by Rod Meloni of WDIV News. The event will take place at MSU Management Education Center (811 W. Square Lake Rd., Troy) from 8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. and includes a sit-down breakfast. Read the rest of this entry »

  2. Lynn Capp Sirich Elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

    TROY, Mich., January 24, 2019 – Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that Attorney Lynn Capp Sirich has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML).

    “I’m delighted to be joining this group of highly-respected and skilled domestic relations attorneys as a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers,” says Lynn. “The AAML is dedicated to promoting the highest degree of professionalism and excellence in the practice of family law.” Read the rest of this entry »

  3. OUCARES director, OU alumnus named to Oakland County Executive’s ‘40 Under 40’ class

    Oakland University’s Kristin Rohrbeck, director of the Joanne & Ted Lindsay Foundation Autism Outreach Services (OUCARES), and OU alumnus Nicholas Kristock, chief executive officer of Empathy 313, are among the three finalists vying for the top spot in the Oakland County Executive’s Elite 40 Under 40 Class of 2019. Read the rest of this entry »

  4. OCC first in state to launch ‘Tweet-a-day’ outdoor campaign

    Talk about a game changer.

    On the heels of launching Michigan’s first co-branded billboard campaign with Oakland University and first comprehensive academic program billboard campaign, Oakland Community College is looking to make history again – and possibly change how others view digital outdoor.

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  5. Headshot Photographer Scott Lawrence Relocates Studio to Convenient Troy Location

    Business clients of all sizes to be better accommodated at new space

    TROY, Michigan — Previously, Lawrence’s studio was in Rochester. The new location is at 1700 W. Big Beaver Road, Suite 230, in Troy. In the dynamic new space, clients will benefit from a variety of background options, a meeting space, vanity area, and print samples on display. Read the rest of this entry »

  6. Joseph L. Petrosky named associate vice chancellor, academic affairs

    Joseph L. Petrosky brings an extensive background in education and manufacturing to his new assignment as associate vice chancellor for academic affairs at Oakland Community College, starting Jan. 22. In his new role, Petrosky’s responsibilities include engineering, manufacturing and technology; business administration; information technology; and workforce development. Read the rest of this entry »

  7. Feeling the beat: OU INC, Mobilization Zone help Oakland County inventor launch BackBeat

    Feeling the beat: OU INC, Mobilization Zone help Oakland County inventor launch BackBeat — a wearable subwoofer that turns the sound musicians make into vibrations they can feel

    With support from OU INC, a Smartzone Business Accelerator located on the campus of Oakland University, and the OU Mobilization Zone, Novi resident Yerko Sepulveda has taken his idea for a wearable, portable rumble pack and practice amp for bassists from concept to commercialization. Read the rest of this entry »

  8. Beaumont Health will waive emergency room and urgent care center copays and deductibles for federal government workers and their insured family members until this partial government shutdown ends.

    Our Mission to provide compassionate, extraordinary care every day leads us to take steps to help our patients and families during times of need and unique circumstances over which they have no control.

    Today, we are particularly sensitive to the needs of the more than 5,000 Michigan-based federal workers currently on furlough or working without pay during the partial government shutdown. While they remain insured and are likely to receive back pay once the shutdown ends, resolution of the shutdown remains uncertain, and out-of-pocket health care costs add to the financial burdens they and their families now face. Read the rest of this entry »

  9. MSGCU Offers Scholarships for Skilled Trades, College-Bound Students, and Educators

    CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – January 17, 2019 – Over the course of many years, Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union (MSGCU) has helped hundreds of students and educators fund their higher education pursuits through its annual scholarship program. The 33 available scholarships recognize academic achievement, community service, and an applicant’s commitment to learning. Read the rest of this entry »

  10. McCormick & Schmick’s New Whats Happening Sheet

    The perfect place for a perfect event!

    Check out the current promotions we have at McCormick & Schmick’s Troy! Read the rest of this entry »