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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 August 29th
1915: Ingrid Bergman, Oscar winning actress famous whose films include Casablanca and Anastasia.
1920: Charlie Bird Parker, self-taught jazz saxophonist, pioneer of the new cool movement.
1924: Dinah Washington, singer known in the 50s as Queen of the Harlem Blues.
1927: Marion Williams, gospel singer.
1958: Michael Jackson, pop singer, entertainer.
August 29th
in history
1793: Slavery is abolished in Santo Domingo.
1862: Union General John Pope's army is defeated by a smaller Confederate force at the Second Battle of Bull Run.
1882: Australia defeats England in cricket for the first time. The following day a obituary appears in the Sporting Times addressed to the British team.
1942: The American Red Cross announces that Japan has refused to allow safe conduct for the passage of ships with supplies for American prisoners of war.
1945: U.S. airborne troops are landed in transport planes at Atsugi airfield, southwest of Tokyo, beginning the occupation of Japan.