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Parmenter's Northville Cider Mill, Northville

Cider mill season in Oakland County

Summer may be over, and we all know winter is coming, but for this brief, glorious moment in time we have fall, and fall in Michigan means it's cider mill season! Oakland County contains a bounty of farmland and there are many different orchards and cider mills that you can spend a crisp fall afternoon at with the family. Here is our list of all the orchards and mills in Oakland County where you can enjoy cider, donuts, and the splendor of fall in metro Detroit!

Holly Press Conference

Patterson honors 10 "Perfect 10" Main Street Oakland County communities for National Accreditation

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson honored 10 Main Street Oakland County communities who received perfect scores and a national accreditation from the National Main Street Center in Chicago.

Red Oaks County Park, Madison Heights

Great Places to See Fall Colors in Oakland County

Fall is in full bloom in Oakland County, and you still have time to enjoy it! There are numerous city, county, and state parks for you to hike and bike with the whole family. Here are just a few select scenic areas both close to home and a short drive away to take in the last breaths of fall, from historic manors to century-old cider mills, all amidst forested areas ideal for a perfect fall afternoon out with the family.

Main Event awards

Clawson and Holly downtowns top winners as Main Street Oakland County honors 11 communities at gala

Clawson and Holly captured three honors each at the Main Street Oakland County “Main Event” awards celebration at the Royal Oak Music Theater.

Woodward Auto during the 2011 Woodward Dream Cruise.

Woodward Auto Drives Success

Woodward Auto (located on Woodward Ave. in Pontiac) has been an Oakland County staple since 2000, but president and owner John Mihelich has Woodward roots that extend far earlier than that. “In 1988 I leased part of the old Cadillac dealership on Woodward Ave,” Mihelich says. “I keep coming back to Woodward Ave., from growing up near Woodward to working on Woodward; I was born at the hospital on Woodward … it just kept bringing me back!”
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