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Unlocked On Nov. 17, a Brandon deputy responded to the 3800 block of Oakhill Road for a report of larceny from an auto. The complainant said sometime between 11:30 p.m. Nov. 14 and 9 a....more >>

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LO Police Log Residents awake to alarms, alleged arson Sleeping residents on Newton woke to the sound of fire alarms Tuesday, Nov. 17. Lake Orion Police are investigating the incident and suspect arson....more >>
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Substance abuse coalition welcomes new board

The North Oakland Community Coalition, under the continued leadership of Lauren Sanborn, Paint Creek Elementary principal and Coalition Board President, welcomes new members to the board: Michele Kunselman, Tobi Russell, Pat Kern, Michele Novak, Barb Shea Pote, Deb Motley, Ben Gerdeman and Molly Perry....more >>

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Monday, November 23 - A resident on Crestwood called police because someone was knocking on her door. *There was an accident on S. Lapeer and Drahner Rd between a Ford Windstar and a GMC Sierra....more >>
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Born April 2nd
1805: Hans Christian Andersen, Danish author of fairy tales.
1834: Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi, sculptor.
1840: Emile Zola, French novelist and activist.
1875: Walter P. Chrysler, founder of Chrysler Automobile Company.
1891: Max Ernst, German painter, sculptor and founder of surrealism.
April 2nd
in history
1801: The British navy defeats the Danish at the Battle of Copenhagen.
1865: Confederate President Jefferson Davis flees Richmond, Virginia as Grant breaks Lee's line at Petersburg.
1910: Karl Harris perfects the process for the artificial synthesis of rubber.
1914: The U.S. Federal Reserve Board announces plans to divide the country into 12 districts.
1917: President Woodrow Wilson presents a declaration of war against Germany to Congress.