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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
Police: Man threw hot coals in girlfriend's face

Oakland County Sheriff's deputies responded to a report where a woman, 34, said she was assaulted by her boyfriend in Pontiac in the first block of Rose Court. The victim said her boyfriend, 35, threw hot coals in her face, and said she thought her boyfriend was going to come back and kill her.

Detroit's Most Wanted: Alfred Garrett

The U.S. Marshals need your help to find a convicted sex offender and drug dealer now wanted for home invasion and assault out of Oakland County. The Marshals are confident Alfred Garrett is in Pontiac but his family and friends are not cooperating so they need your help in order to put this dangerous man back behind bars.

Karmanos Cancer Institute's 24th Annual Partners Night continues to...

Karmanos Cancer Institute's 24th Annual Partners Night was an exciting event held on Oct. 28 at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac, Michigan. More than 300 champions supported this year's exciting event which raised nearly $500,000 to support cancer research at Karmanos.

Hang out with these Michigan bats 24/7 thanks to live cams

Bats get a bad rap. It seems everyone has a very strong reaction to the furry fliers.

VW boss jailed for seven years in US over dieselgate storm

VW boss jailed for seven years in US over emissions scandal as legal action brews in UK over government cheerleading for diesel cars Jailed: Oliver Schmidt, 48, the former general manager in charge of VW's environmental and engineering office in Michigan received a 7 year sentence over the dieselgate scandal A senior manager at Volkswagen has been jailed for seven years in the US over the car firm's 'dieselgate' scandal. Oliver Schmidt, 48, was convicted yesterday of concealing software used to evade pollution limits on around 11 million vehicles - predominantly diesels - around the world.

Hepatitis A vaccine clinics to be held

As an ongoing effort to combat the Hepatitis A outbreak, food service workers have been identified as a priority because of the potential for spreading illness to the community. "I strongly urge all residents, especially food handlers, to get the Hepatitis A vaccine and to wash hands thoroughly," said Leigh-Anne Stafford, health officer for Oakland County.

Winter is coming

West Michigan is making an abrupt transition from early fall-like weather to mid-winter conditions and it seems like a spring storm was sandwiched in between with wind and rain knocking down branches taking out power lines and causing scattered outages yesterday. Spokesman Roger Morgenstern says gusts of up to 50 mph affected at total of about 65,000 homes and businesses, the majority of them in Northern Michigan.

Second Silverdome implosion coming soon

PONTIAC, Michigan - PONTIAC, Michigan - The second implosion of the Pontiac Silverdome is scheduled for around 4 p.m. Wastern Monday after the first scheduled implosion Sunday failed to bring down the stadium. "We had a lot of difficulty getting people out of here the other night...we don't know if someone accidentally pulled the wire off.

Implosion fail video: After over 40 years, the Pontiac Silverdome isa still standing

The demolition of the stadium was supposed to begin early Sunday morning with a series of explosions designed to bring it down. Curious onlookers and the media gathered with their cameras at the ready.

Blasts fails to bring down upper section of Silverdome

A partial implosion of the Silverdome has failed to bring down the upper section of the former Detroit Lions' former home. Demolition company Adamo says that Sunday morning's blasts in Pontiac, Michigan, did weaken the Silverdome and it could still fall, but it's unclear when that might happen.

Detroit's Most Wanted: Larry Emery

A fight in prison lead to gunshots inside a Pontiac bar. The man police say is responsible, escapes custody.

Self-Storage Companies Support Charitable Causes During 2017 Winter Holidays

Self-storage operators around the world have launched drives to collect clothing, food, toys and more for various charitable organizations this holiday season. Here's a summary of how they're giving back to their communities so far in fall/winter 2017.

The Pontiac Silverdome is coming down and here's how to watch

The city of Pontiac announced Tuesday the top part of the 42-year-old stadium is being imploded on Sunday, Dec. 3. The public can view the implosion first hand at a designated viewing site at the Oakland County Water Resource Commission site at 155 N. Opdyke Road. A program begins at 8:05 a.m. Speakers include Waterman, local and state officials and NFL and NBA celebrities, city officials said.

Slows in Pontiac to temporarily pause daily hours

The Pontiac location of Slows Bar BQ will temporarily cease daily operations after Sunday and will be open only for events at the neighboring Flagstar Strand Theatre. "After eight months of learning about the local market needs, we have decided to take a moment to restructure our business initiatives and relaunch with a stronger and more dynamic restaurant," said a statement released by the restaurant Wednesday, adding that a late winter or early spring 2018 re-opening is anticipated.

Flagstar Strand Theatre customers fall victim to ticket scam

Some George Winston fans have been victims of a ticketing scam involving illegitimate tickets sold to his Dec. 16 concert at Pontiac's Flagstar Strand Theatre. According to the venue, someone was using Vivid Seats, a second party ticketing service, to re-sell seats numerous times for $47-$125.

Sheriff's deputy killed during police chase into Oakland County

The Community Network Services joined with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office, Oakland Integrated Healthcare Network and the City of Pontiac to hand out turkeys to provide Thanksgiving dinners to 500 people in Pontiac. Photo by Kris Kogut / For Digital First Media.

Ryan O'Connor to Debut VOTE, PRAY, LOVE at Rockwell: Table & Stage

Ryan O'Connor will introduce his new show "Vote, Pray, Love," directed by Marissa Jaret Winokur , on Monday, December 4th, at Rockwell: Table & Stage. In 2016, Ryan O'Connor took a break from show business to work as a Field Organizer for the Hillary Clinton Presidential campaign in Pontiac, Michigan.

Manhunt for suspect who escaped Oakland Co. jail

Deputies are searching for a suspect who escaped an interview room inside the Oakland County Jail Saturday night, and remains on the loose. Emery was taken into custody Saturday in connection with an overnight shooting at Duckett's Sports Bar and Grill in Pontiac.

Graham: Warped Tour headed to parking lot in the sky

It's time to say farewell to the enduring traveling punk rock festival, which will bow out after next year's tour It's time to say farewell to the enduring traveling punk rock festival, which will bow out after next year's tour A summertime rite of passage for teenage punk rock fans, the Warped Tour bit the dust this week when producer and founder Kevin Lyman announced the 2018 tour will be the final full-scale go-round for the traveling punk rock fest. With it goes a little piece of rock history, along with a whole lot of memories of heat, pavement and flailing limbs in mosh pits.

After 30 years, pope's altar to be used again

The mammoth wooden altar and matching ambo, or pulpit, were hauled by semi-truck this week from Ann Arbor to Detroit. The altar that more than 90,000 Catholics worshiped around when Pope John Paul II said mass in 1987 at the Pontiac Silverdome will be back in the spotlight Saturday.

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