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Pontiac, Michigan is located in Oakland County. Zip codes in Pontiac, MI include 48342, 48340, and 48343. The median home price in Pontiac is $38,500 which is roughly $50/per square foot. More Pontiac information.

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3 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

Michigan Jury Awards Tongxin Int'l $6.85M Verdict Against Ex-CEO ...

About Tongxin International Ltd. Tongxin International Ltd., the largest independent supplier of EVBS in China, is capable of providing EVBS for both the commercial truck and light vehicle market segments.

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Taylor Swift - Shake It Off

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Should the U.S. Capitol Have a POW/MIA Memorial?

This Woman Looks Like She's Wearing Makeup. She's Not.

7 hrs ago | The Detroit News

Children soak up water fun at Oakland County sheriff's event

Waterford -- Hundreds of children enjoyed a day at the Waterford Oaks Water Park on Tuesday during the Oakland County Sheriff's annual Soak 'N Summer event.

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12 hrs ago | CBS Local

Man Facing Charges After Multiple Accusations Of Masturbating In Public, Flashing

A 30-year-old man who was facing indecent exposure charges in Livingston County has racked up four similar charges in Oakland County.

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16 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric

Westland man in critical condition following assault at DTE Theater

Sheriff deputies were summoned to the theater about an assault that had happened in the concourse area around 9 p.m. They found the 55-year-old Westland man laying on the ground in a pool of blood and bleeding from his head.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

The Detroit News

Woman suspected in robbing Pontiac credit union arrested in Waterford Twp.

Pontiac -- A 50-year-old Pontiac woman suspected in last week's daytime robbery of a Woodward Avenue credit union was arrested over the weekend in Waterford Township, investigators said Monday.

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Sun Aug 17, 2014

Battle Creek Enquirer

Thousands of kids to get a better start in kindergarten

Michigan's big investment in a state-funded preschool program will give thousands of additional children a shot at a better start to their education this coming school year.

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Observer & Eccentric

Oakland road commissioners host budget public hearing

The proposed 2015 budget, at just over $100.8 million, includes plans for road widening, reconstruction or gravel road paving or work toward future road improvement projects; road maintenance efforts such as pothole patching, gravel road grading and salting and plowing in the winter; and traffic signs, signals, pavement markings and guardrails ... (more)

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Observer & Eccentric

Tales told: Hear stories of an historical family

Ann Johnson sits comfortably in Moses Wisner's house. "I like being in the house," she said.

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The Detroit News

Nostalgia, ogling, soulful vibes transform Woodward for a day

They came, they saw, they cruised. What began as a fundraiser two decades ago has transformed into the world's largest one-day automotive event as cars owners and enthusiasts, like Xavier Young, continue to descend on nation's first paved road for the annual Woodward Dream Cruise.

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Sat Aug 16, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Dream Cruise drives tales of auto lore and love

With an estimated 1 million fans and a rolling census of at least 30,000 collector cars, the 20th annual Woodward Dream Cruise on Saturday had no shortage of fun-loving gearheads, family gatherings, proud car collectors and charmed bystanders.

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CBS Local

Expect To See Stronger Police Presence During Woodward Dream Cruise

Classic cars won't be the only thing spectators can expect to see along Woodward Avenue during the Dream Cruise on Saturday - police officers will be there, and lots of them.

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Fri Aug 15, 2014

WLNS-TV Lansing

Oakland County Flood Damage Pegged At $337 Million

The racial tensions ignited in Ferguson, Missouri after a black teen was shot by a white officer are being felt all across the country and right here in mid-Michigan.

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MLive.com

Portion of Pontiac Trail to close Saturday for rail line repairs

A portion of Pontiac Trail just north of Broadway Street will be closed for rail line repairs over the weekend.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

Detroit News

Dream Cruise ready to roll in Metro Detroit

What do you get when you combine an all-day traffic jam with roadside parties, car shows and manufacturer displays? That's right, the annual Woodward Dream Cruise, that rolling bazaar of nostalgia, finally arrives on Saturday -- although cruisers have been warming up unofficially along M-1 for days and even weeks.

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Detroit News

Police seek information on 2 Oakland County bank robberies

A $1,000 reward is offered for information leading to an arrest of the suspect described as thin, between 5-feet-8 inches tall and 6 feet and having a goatee and long, 'messy hair.'

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Observer & Eccentric

State of Michigan

2014 - 357,883-DE Estate of JANET E. HANDYSIDE - Decedent, Date of birth: 07/16/1932.

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Wed Aug 13, 2014

OpEdNews

August 21st: Pontiac, MI Is Taking Their City Back From The NDAA

Pontiac Tribune , Aaron Nelson and Helena Kirby, marched into City Hall and submitted a City Resolution on NDAA, which prohibits the enforcement of Sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act in the city of Pontiac.

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Tue Aug 12, 2014

The Detroit News

Oakland Co. authorities investigating death of toddler who was burned in bathtub

Pontiac -- The Oakland County Sheriffs Office is investigating the death of a 2-year-old girl who was severely burned from water in a bathtub while being looked after by a babysitter.

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MLive.com

Increased enrollment at Northside likely to bring additional traffic to neighborhood

The back parking lot and entrance to Northside Elementary School, as seen from the corner of Peach and Taylor streets in Ann Arbor.

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Mon Aug 11, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Michigan nun to lead group of sisters at odds with Vatican overseers

Sister Sharon Holland, a Catholic nun who grew up in Pontiac as a judge's daughter and became one of the highest-ranking women at the male-dominated Vatican, is used to navigating conflict and controversy.

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