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About: pontiac, michigan

Named for Ottawa Chief Pontiac the area is considered a satellite city of Detroit. Pontiac is known for its General Motors plants and the Pontiac car specifically. The city was the home of the Detroit Lions football team from 1975 until 2002. The first settlers came to Pontiac in 1818 and were recognized by the state legislature in 1837. The city is known for its Arts, Beats and Eats festival held each summer featuring musical performances, food sampling, and an art show.

Population: 66337
Local Newspapers: The Oakland Press
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions (NFL) Pistons (NBA) Red Wings (NFL) Tigers (MLB)
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with pontiac, michigan: 48340 48341 48342
Towns/Cities near pontiac, michigan : Auburn Hills Rochester Hills Troy Waterford Mosteiro Bloomfield Township

Pontiac News
Oakland, Macomb Sheriff offices play for kids

Two local sheriff offices joined forces to help kids with a softball game at Jimmy John's Field in Utica. Oakland County and Macomb County's sheriff offices squared off in the 'Battle of the Badges' on Wednesday night, in an effort to help Sheriff PAL programs, specifically in Pontiac.

Mahindra's giant leap into Detroit

After an unsuccessful attempt to enter the U.S. auto market as an import-only diesel pickup brand in 2010, India's Mahindra & Mahindra has come back with a different plan: It will launch U.S. vehicle manufacturing at ground zero of the American auto industry. For the past 30 years, new competitors have shunned Detroit as a manufacturing site.

Social Club Misfits wrap up 'Into the Night' Tour.

The Christian hip-hop duo, Social Club Misfits , recently wrapped up their spring Into The Night Tour . Their tour included 17 dates across the Southeast and Midwest, multiple sold out venues and the duo garnered thousands of new "Misfits."

Former Ford plant site's remaining 182 acres sold after litigation settled

Ford's former Wixom, Mich., plant produced some of the company's classic car lines, such as Lincoln Continentals of the late 1950s and the Ford Thunderbird. Photo credit: FORD A Cleveland-based company has purchased the remaining 182 acres of the Ford Motor Co.

Woman Accused Of Shooting And Killing Boyfriend

A woman in Pontiac, Michigan, is accused of shooting and killing her boyfriend inside their home May 11th. The 34-year-old was in court on Monday for four criminal counts which include first-degree murder, two counts of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and felon possession of a firearm.

Often-Mentioned 2008 Crisis Chiefly Forgotten

While reading an article about the economy and how things are different this time, it occurred to me that while we constantly refer to the often mentioned "2008 crisis," it has been chiefly forgotten and we have learned very little. By this, I'm pointing to the harsh reality and the details.

'Evil' girlfriend murders boyfriend who took her in when she was 'homeless'

'Evil' girlfriend murders boyfriend who took her in when she was 'homeless' after he discovers her criminal past including prison stints and aliases A woman has been charged with murdering her boyfriend days after he tried to break up with her when he discovered her violent criminal past. Marita Talley, 34, was arrested on Friday after calling police herself to report her boyfriend William Bell, 36, dead.

Mahindra's giant leap into Detroit

After an unsuccessful attempt to enter the U.S. auto market as an import-only diesel pickup brand in 2010, India's Mahindra & Mahindra has come back with a different plan: It will launch U.S. vehicle manufacturing at ground zero of the American auto industry. For the past 30 years, new competitors have shunned Detroit as a manufacturing site.

Sheriff's deputies test Flushing students for alcohol on way to prom

At least five Flushing High School students were denied access to their prom Saturday evening after Oakland County Sheriff's deputies breathalyzed students on one of the charter buses transporting students to the event. School administrators noticed some of the students on the bus were acting differently, and had suspicion that the students had been drinking alcohol.

Will mass transit get another chance in southeast Michigan?

Michigan Radio's Issues & Ale team hit the road again Wednesday night. This time, they stopped at Fillmore 13 Brewery in Pontiac to talk about the future of regional mass transit.

Crews restoring power after winds led to outages, 2 deaths

Utilities say they are making progress restoring power to Michigan homes and businesses after high winds toppled trees and power lines and led to two deaths. Detroit-based DTE Energy said Saturday afternoon crews have restored power to about 125,000 of the roughly 300,000 homes and business that lost it during Friday's winds that reached 70 mph.

Madonna & The Catholic Church: A Love-Hate Style History

Nearly four decades on, the most famous Catholic in the world, besides the Pope , might still be Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone. From the moment she debuted in 1983 with her self-titled dance-pop album , Madonna - that name alone! - wore her religious upbringing on her sleeve - or around her neck, if we're going to be literal about it.

Deputy resigns amid claims of affair with heroin trafficker he busted

A former Oakland County Sheriff's sergeant who worked on a DEA drug task force is accused of having an affair with a woman he helped convict of heroin trafficking. The woman walked into the Oakland County Sheriff's Office in Pontiac at 4 p.m. on Feb. 8 and filed a report detailing a "long-term sexual relationship" with Sgt.

Confirmed case of hep A in West Bloomfield

An individual who worked at West Bloomfield High School's "Starving Arts Luncheon" April 21 was confirmed May 2 to have the disease. The Health Division advises that anyone who attended the luncheon get vaccinated before May 5 if they have not been vaccinated already.

Lyft driver accused of sexually assaulting woman

The woman told police that she had been sexually assaulted in the city of Pontiac. At 5 p.m. on April 24, the victim contacted a Lyft driver she had previously used.

Shots fired into home of 64yo Pontiac resident

According to a release, the victim was standing inside of her home washing dishes when suddenly a bullet entered the house, shattering the dish she was holding and resulting in a cut to her arm. Deputies responded to the 100 block of N. Anderson Street on a report that gun shots had been fired.

Today In Music History 04/30/2018

On this day in 1970, the Allman Brothers tour manager Twiggs Lyndon was arrested for stabbing a club manager to death, during an argument over a contract. Incredibly, Lyndon was acquitted by pleading temporary insanity a caused by being the tour manager for the Allman Brothers.

Renovation Job Fair

The Auburn Hills Marriott Pontiac will partner with the Residence Inn by Marriott Pontiac Auburn Hills and the Courtyard by Marriott Pontiac Auburn Hills to host a post renovation job fair . The fair be held on Tuesday, May 1, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Auburn Hills Marriott located at 3600 Centerpoint Parkway in Pontiac, MI.

Curious verdict convicts man of felony firearm, but not gun possession

A verdict handed down this week in an Oakland County attempted murder trial appears illogical and contradictory, but a lawyer for the defendant says there is precedent for the jury's curious conclusion. Jurors on Wednesday, April 25, found Demetrius Magee, a 48-year-old convicted felon from Bloomfield Hills , not guilty in a Sept.

Welcome Mat: Southfield modernism tour returns May 6

The Southfield Mid Century Modern Architecture Tour returns May 6 and will take guests by the city's most iconic architectural gems Welcome Mat: Southfield modernism tour returns May 6 The Southfield Mid Century Modern Architecture Tour returns May 6 and will take guests by the city's most iconic architectural gems Check out this story on detroitnews.com: https://detne.ws/2HwoP12 The Southeastern Michigan Dahlia Society will hold its annual tuber sale sale from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. May 5 at Telly's Greenhouse, 3301 John R. in Troy . Gardeners eager to add to their dahlias or give them a try will get to choose from more than 700 dahlia tubers; cuttings also will be available.

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