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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
Michigan rail line infrastructure enhancements lead to improved rail travel

Fast Facts: - New Amtrak schedules take effect Jan. 22. - New Amtrak Wolverine Service and Blue Water schedules include reduced travel times. - Capital improvements have been made to 135 miles of MDOT-owned track, allowing for faster speeds.

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DTE Linemen Dan Salisbury and Tim Hinkel are joined by Carl McKissic, Pontiac Service Center Field Supervisor. 80 DTE lineworkers and personnel departed Oakland County International Airport, 6500 Highland Road, Waterford, Mich., Monday morning heading for Puerto Rico to help with power restoration following Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island in September.

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DTE Linemen Dan Salisbury and Tim Hinkel are joined by Carl McKissic, Pontiac Service Center Field Supervisor. 80 DTE lineworkers and personnel departed Oakland County International Airport, 6500 Highland Road, Waterford, Mich., Monday morning heading for Puerto Rico to help with power restoration following Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island in September.

Three charged in Pontiac double homicide

A 34-year-old man and 23-year-old woman were located inside of the residence and pronounced deceased at the scene. Deputies located a man who was upstairs during the shooting and two young children who were inside of the home, none of which were injured during the incident.

MDOT building new pedestrian bridge over M-5 in Oakland County

PROJECT DETAILS: The Michigan Department of Transportation is investing $4.5 million to build a new pedestrian bridge over M-5 between Maple Road and Pontiac Trail. MDOT has partnered with the Charter Township of Commerce on this project, who is contributing $1.1 million toward aesthetic upgrades, including special lighting and bridge railings.

Two dead in shooting stemming from marijuana deal in Pontiac

Two people were shot and killed Saturday night as part of an arranged marijuana purchase, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office reported. Summoned shortly before 11 p.m., police found a woman, 23, and a man, 34, with multiple gunshot wounds inside a home on Robinwood Avenue, off N. Perry Street, in Pontiac.

Girl, 6, apparently drowns in Bloomfield Twp.

A 6-year-old girl apparently drowned in an indoor home swimming pool Thursday night in Bloomfield Township, police said. Officers and paramedics responded to a report of a drowning at 8:50 p.m. on the 1700 block of Morningside Way.

Six-year-old drowns in township home pool

A Bloomfield Township family is grieving today over the death of a six-year-old girl, who drowned last night in her grandparents' indoor pool. According to reports, police and fire responded to the 1700 block of Morningside Way just before 9 p.m. yesterday on reports of a drowning.

Flu season comes early amid nationwide IV bag shortage

Nina Timmermann, public health nurse with the Oakland County Health Division, organizes flu vaccines on Friday, Jan. 11, 2018, at the North Oakland Health Center, 1200 N. Telegraph Road in Pontiac. Nina Timmermann, public health nurse with the Oakland County Health Division, organizes flu vaccines on Friday, Jan. 11, 2018, at the North Oakland Health Center, 1200 N. Telegraph Road in Pontiac.

Schuette Recognizes National Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Day in Oakland County

PONTIAC Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today recognized January 11 as National Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Day. Schuette joined the Oakland County Human Trafficking Task Force comprised of county commissioners, health professionals and law enforcement for a press conference to raise awareness for this horrible crime, highlighting the importance of state and local officials working together to fight this horrible crime.

Royal Oak Historical Commission, residents discuss future of Almon Starr property

The for-sale sign at the front of the historical John Almon Starr house, 3123 Crooks Road, begs the questions, "What will become of this property?" and "Whose could it become?" The Law Office of Chisholm & Shuttie has owned the building and property for the past 25 years and has decided to put the roughly 1.3-acre site up for sale for $790,000. John Almon Starr was the son of Orson Starr.

Concert Weekend: Otus Supply and Fusion Concerts anniversaries, Cowboy Mouth, Flobots and more

Otus Supply in Ferndale celebrates its first anniversary with four nights of shows Jan. 12-14. Otus Supply in Ferndale celebrates its first anniversary with four nights of shows Jan. 12-14.

Man shot multiple times outside Pontiac home, dies at hospital

Oakland County Sheriff's deputies, summoned about 3:50 p.m., arrived on Starlite Lane to find the man on the ground, bleeding from what looked to be multiple gunshot wounds, the sheriff's office reported in a statement. It appears an unknown person or people fired at the man while he was in front of a home in the 30 block, east of N. Telegraph Road and Dixie Highway.

Township tracks Telegraph's building progress with online tools

Sometimes, like when it comes to Christmas presents, it's more fun to be surprised and wait for a big reveal. With commerce on Telegraph Road booming more than ever, residents have been calling the township's planning office to get the scoop on what's being built in their backyard.

First Fridays showcases laughs in Pontiac

Paul Montanier is one of the stars of The First Fridays Comedy Showcases Jan. 5 at the Vernors Room in the Crofoot, 1 S. Saginaw St., Pontiac. Courtesy Paul Montanier Paul Montanier is one of the stars of The First Fridays Comedy Showcases Jan. 5 at the Vernors Room in the Crofoot, 1 S. Saginaw St., Pontiac.

Video shows man suspected in 8 crimes robbing Pontiac Subway restaurant

The same suspect is believed to have committed seven other armed robberies in three counties since Dec. 8, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office says, including two in Pontiac, two in Auburn Hills and three in Waterford Township; a robbery in Livingston County's Hartland Township; and another at a location in Port Huron in St. Clair County. Oakland sheriff's officials say the 48-year-old woman employee was washing dishes when she heard the suspect come in.

Motor City Choreography Collective dances out the year at the Crofoot

Motor City Choreography Collective's Winter Showcase 2017 is Friday, Dec. 29, at the Crofoot Ballroom in Pontiac. Motor City Choreography Collective's Winter Showcase 2017 is Friday, Dec. 29, at the Crofoot Ballroom in Pontiac.

Woman arrested after hit and run at Taco Bell

Police suspect the woman was under the influence of drugs. Her car was found two miles away, driven off the road.

Chicago police stun-gun policy changes have officers' union balking

A Taser X26 stun gun is displayed at the Oakland County Sheriff's Office in Pontiac, Mich., Dec. 12, 2006. The Chicago Police Department is getting sued for rewriting rules on officers' use of stun guns - without input from the city's police union.

Possible serial armed robber in Oakland County

Four armed robbery incidents in Auburn Hills and Pontiac have given police a reason to believe that the same suspect is responsible for each of them. On Dec. 24, at approximately 6:30 p.m., police responded to an armed robbery complaint at Dollar General on Opdyke Road in Auburn Hills.

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