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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)
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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
D-Man goes "007" for fundraising gala

The D-Man Foundation hosts its eighth annual Hollywood Night event, this year with a "007" theme, at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, at the Lafayette Grande, 1 Lafayette St., Pontiac. Proceeds - $150 per person, $250 for couples - go to D-Man's programs to help those with severe physical and mental disabilities.

Pontiac firefighter reunites families in Puerto Rico, how to help those affected

Hector Martinez, firefighter with the Waterford Regional Fire Department and president of Pontiac tree-trimming company Trees & Co., helps to move debris off of a residents house in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Hector Martinez, firefighter with the Waterford Regional Fire Department and president of Pontiac tree-trimming company Trees & Co., helps to move debris off of a residents house in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

Possible measles exposure at local restaurant

The restaurant in question is the Lucas Coney Island on Pontiac trail. If you visited or worked at the restaurant on September 29 between 11:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. you are urged to call a doctor if you are unvaccinated or exhibit any signs or symptoms.

Mom Jailed After Refusing to Vaccinate Her Child Says She Would 'Do It All Over Again'

Rebecca Bredow talks to the media outside of Oakland County Circuit Judge Karen McDonald's courtroom Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017, in Pontiac, Mich. McDonald ruled to reduce the child custody rights of Bredow, who was jailed for five days for not following through on an agreement to vaccinate her 9-year-old son.

Concert Weekend: Mayer Hawthorne, Kesha, Incognito, Leftover Salmon and more...

Ann Arbor-raised pop 'n' soul artist Mayer Hawthorne performs on Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Fillmore Detroit. Courtesy Mayer Hawthorne/Facebook Ann Arbor-raised pop 'n' soul artist Mayer Hawthorne performs on Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Fillmore Detroit.

Man Arrested For Gun, Drugs After Traffic Stop In Lyon Township

A traffic stop in Lyon Township turned up a gun and drugs. A deputy with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office Lyon Township Substation is said to have observed a vehicle traveling westbound on Pontiac Trail near Old Plank Road around 9:19pm Tuesday, towing a trailer with no working lights.

Mother who ignored deal to vaccinate son to share custody

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Oakland County deputy hospitalized with broken bones after crash

A 46-year-old Oakland County Sheriff's deputy is hospitalized with broken bones after his patrol vehicle was struck while on the border of Brandon and Oxford townships. The on-duty deputy was turning left into a driveway in the 2700 block of Baldwin Road when his patrol car was struck by a 2017 Chevrolet Silverado driven by a 60-year-old Brandon Township resident.

Flu-related death prompts flu-shot reminders

"My heart goes out to the family," said Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson. "This is an unfortunate reminder that influenza can be a very serious illness, especially in adults over the age of 65." "Flu season has just begun so this is a critical time to get vaccinated, which is the best way to prevent the flu," said Leigh-Anne Stafford, health officer for Oakland County.

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A group of conservative House Democrats is embracing some elements of a GOP plan to cut taxes, potentially creating an opening for Republicans to win bipartisan support. The Blue Dog coalition, which has 18 members in the House, said it's open to lowering business taxes, the first significant sign of a crack in Democratic opposition to the GOP approach.

Local mom in court over vaccinating her son

A metro Detroit mother who could be thrown in jail for refusing to vaccinate her son will appear in court on Wednesday morning. Rebecca Bredow will have a hearing in Pontiac Wednesday to decide if she will go to jail for refusing to vaccinate her son.

Can Halloween freak you out any more than the real world?

In case the real world's not scary enough, there are Halloween attractions out there designed to completely freak you out. HauntWorld.com's scariest haunted houses includes Erebus in Pontiac, Michigan, where "things grab you, bite you, land on top of you, and then we will bury you alive."

Man arrested after deputies say he tried to 'settle a dispute' with gunfire

A 48-year-old Bloomfield Hills man is accused of attempted murder after Oakland County sheriff's officials say he shot two people about 7 p.m. on Sept. 23. The suspect, Demetrius L. Magee, who has prior convictions for fleeing police, assault and a firearms charge, turned himself into the Oakland County Sheriff's Office on Saturday.

Makeup artist creates monsters, creepy clowns at Erebus

This is Jonathan Jamieson's 15th year of doing makeup at the Erebus Haunted Attraction in Pontiac. Courtesy Jonathan Jamieson This is Jonathan Jamieson's 15th year of doing makeup at the Erebus Haunted Attraction in Pontiac.

Bloomfield Twp man wanted in multiple shootings

Bloomfield Township man, 22, involved in multiple shootings Oakland County Sheriff's Fugitive Apprehension Team searching for suspect Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/news/local/bloomfield-township/2017/09/26/bloomfield-township-man-22-involved-multiple-shootings/701917001/ The Oakland County Sheriff's Fugitive Apprehension Team is searching for a 22-year-old Bloomfield Township man reportedly involved in a multiple shooting in Pontiac. The incident unfolded at about 5 p.m. Friday when sheriff's deputies responded to the area of Lois Avenue and North Marshall Street regarding a 9-1-1 call that gunshots were fired, with possible multiple gunshot victims at the scene.

Retired teacher enlists others to help with history project

Club Cadillac members Angie McLellan and Harold Coffel reenact how they used a chain to measure and find the location where an ancient Indian trail crosses the clubhouse property. Chuck Bidleman, right, with Club Cadillac member Mel Halton, holds copies of the notes he used from the general land office survey to pinpoint where an Indian trail was located.

5-year-old boy drowns in hotel pool

Investigators say a 5-year-old boy was found unresponsive in a pool at the Hilton Suites in Auburn Hills after 911 was called Friday at 10 p.m. A hotel patron removed the victim from the pool and another one performed CPR. Police and fire personnel took over CPR and the Auburn Hills Fire Department transported the child to St. Joseph's Hospital in Pontiac.

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