Paul Kampe, The Oakland Press

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The Oakland Press

Pontiac, MI, United States

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Past articles by Paul:

Dream of car playground coming to reality at M1 Concourse in Pontiac

There were many doubts when Brad Oleshansky purchased nearly 90 acres of former General Motors property in → Read More

Oakland University breaks ground on $78 million student housing development

Oakland University officials broke ground Wednesday, June 8 on a new $78 million, 750-bed student resid → Read More

Commissioners promote gun safety, distribute thousands of firearm locks

Following several gun-related incidents involving children reported in recent weeks, Oakland County officials continued their efforts to make residents aware of proper gun safety. → Read More

Auburn Hills officials to discuss $31 million in possible development projects

The Auburn Hills Planning Commission will be reviewing more than $30 million in proposed developments including luxury apartments and the overhaul of an existing shopping center when it meets Wednesday, June 8. → Read More

Republican leaders discuss party’s direction at Rochester Hills event

Republican voters shared their hopes for the party’s platform ahead of the Republican National Convention Monday, June 6 during a listening session in Rochester Hills. → Read More

Oakland University raises tuition by nearly 4 percent

With a possible state appropriation of nearly $50 million expected in the state’s fiscal year 2017 budget, Oakland University’s Board of Trustees increased tuition by nearly four percent in approving the school’s annual budget at → Read More

Officials: Outlying Oakland County suburbs could be neglected by public transportation proposal

A multi-billion dollar plan to upgrade the region’s public transportation system is largely focused on connected Metro Detroit’s larger cities, leaving some to question the benefit to the area’s many outlying suburbs. → Read More

Oakland County maintains AAA bond rating on delinquent property tax notes

Oakland County has once again achieved the highest possible bond rating for $25 million worth of delinquent tax notes. → Read More

Oakland Community College tutor caught looking at child porn on school computer

An Oakland Community College tutor who was being investigated for inappropriate use of technology was → Read More

Oakland County gets $600,000 EPA grant for environmental cleanup, redevelopment

The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Oakland County a $600,000 grant to help local communities assess and clean brownfield sites for future economic development. → Read More

Report: Oakland University could be fined $400,000 if tuition hike cap exceeded again

When Oakland University exceeded the state’s suggested cap on tuition increases last fall, its leaders were called to the state capitol to justify the raise. → Read More

Report: Oakland University could be fined $400,000 if tuition hike cap exceeded again

When Oakland University exceeded the state’s suggested cap on tuition increases last fall, its leaders were called to the state capitol to justify the raise. → Read More

Patterson: Public transportation millage proposal could lead to ‘tax fatigue’

Public transportation advocates continue to call on the region’s leaders — including Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patters and Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel — to support the Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michi → Read More

Oakland, Macomb county voters asked to support $2.9 billion regional transportation millage

Residents in Oakland and Macomb counties will be asked to fund a $2.9 billion plan to improve regional transportation when they vote in the November presidential election. → Read More

Oakland County commissioners set aside $1 million to help fund city road projects

Cities could be getting an unexpected influx of money to support their local road projects courtesy of the Oakland County government. → Read More

Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, Patterson discuss prescription drug abuse prevention efforts

Wider availability of an opiate overdose-reversing drug was among the state’s efforts to reduce prescription drug abuse highlighted by Lt. Gov. Brian Calley Friday → Read More

Great Lakes Water Authority approves 4.3-percent increase

Communities served by the Great Lakes Water Authority will pay an average increase of 4.3 percent for their drinking water — half as much as the increase seen a year ago — the authority announced Wednesday, May 25. → Read More

Oakland County Sheriff to give update on April homicide in Pontiac

Authorities are scheduled to release more details about the April killing of a Pontiac woman and → Read More

Avondale students sharpen critical thinking through new learning philosophy

Avondale School District is taking on a new approach to enhance students’ learning. → Read More

Man found dead inside burning Pontiac home

A man was found dead inside a home near downtown Pontiac following a Wednesday morning fire. → Read More