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About: Waterford, MI

A township of Oakland County Waterford was established in Oakland when the third governor of the Michigan Territory drew boundaries in 1819, this was also the year the first farm was built by the William's family. Before the early nineteenth century the area was home to many Iroquoian and Algonquian tribes. Today Waterford is home to the Oakland County International Airport and thirty-five different lakes.

Population: 73150
Local Newspapers: The Oakland Press Courier
Local Sports Teams: N/A
Local Colleges: State UniversityN/A

Zip Codes associated with Waterford, MI: 48327, 48328, 48329
Towns/Cities near Waterford, MI : Clarkston, Lake Angelus, Pontiac, Sylvan Lake, Orchard Lake Village, Wolverine Lake, Milford

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'Rescue Ship' rescued: 'Batmobile' driven by 1980s Birmingham good Samaritan set for...

The Batmobile sat covered in dust at Birmingham's Old Car Heaven Wednesday. The vanity plates -- which say BATMAN -- expired in July 1985.

Eric Robert Rudolph: The losses he caused and those who narrowly escaped the Birmingham bombing

Every weekday morning, driving over Red Mountain, I pass under the iron statue of Vulcan and then drop down through Five Points South, which lies at the eastern edge of UAB's campus, and where, each January 22nd, people rally to protest the anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

The storm that stuck around: The makings of Alabama's 'Snowpocalypse 2014'

What many expected to be a minor winter weather event with a dusting of snow suddenly turned chaotic on Jan. 28, 2014, as snow fell, melted on roads and then refroze, paralyzing most major thoroughfares and stranding thousands in central Alabama. "It's pretty rare," said Jim Stefkovich, the meteorologist in charge at the National Weather Service office in Birmingham.

Mass exodus from schools, work complicated snowstorm response, officials say

Take a look back at the crippling weather that brought Birmingham to a halt on January 28, 2014. This video shows stunning aerial photography of the storm and the damage it brought.

A better way for the Kochs to spend their millions

To influence the 2016 elections, oil barons Charles and David Koch have pledged that their political network will spend $889 million, media reports say. Basically - wrap your head around this if you can - the ultra-conservative Koch brothers want to keep their business and personal taxes as low as possible and keep regulations on the energy industry as low as possible.

Tonight in live music: Banditos, Napalm Death

A few shows on this Wed., Jan. 28. Banditos You can hear shades of both ZZ Top, Georgia Satellites and Drive-By Truckers in the muscular grit-stained roots rock and raw Southern blues boogie of Banditos, a Birmingham, Ala.

Birmingham's St. Paul & the Broken Bones among first acts announced for 2015 Forecastle...

St. Paul & The Broken Bones performed in December 2014 at Kayla Perry's "Answer to Cancer" benefit at Regions Field in Birmingham, The Birmingham soul-rock band is about halfway down a list topped by headliners Sam Smith, My Morning Jacket and Widespread Panic . The Steeldrivers -- a bluegrass band that includes Shoals native Gary Nichols -- also are on the lineup for Forecatle, set for July 17-19 in Louisville, Ky.

Light rail trains in Birmingham? Council president says it could happen by 2021 World...

As Birmingham assesses infrastructure needs for the 2021 World Games, the creation of a light rail train system should be high on the list, Council President Johnathan Austin said today. Austin said the World Games in six years present a rare opportunity for the city to evaluate needs and make improvements that will last well beyond the international sporting event.

Birmingham ranked Number One most 'Bible-minded city'

Birmingham, Alabama is the most "Bible-minded city" in America, according to a Barna survey . Birmingham moved up from second place in last year's ranking.

Birmingham startup eyes niche in electric off-road vehicles

Startup TORQUE VLE will be showing its electric off-road buggy at various hunting and auto expos in the upcoming months. If one Birmingham startup has its way, Huntsville won't be the only Alabama metro with a big future in producing off-road vehicles .

Birmingham residents, officials meet to refine plans, partnership with federal government

Birmingham's delegation of residents and city officials recently took a charter bus to Atlanta to meet with federal agencies about redevelopment in North Birmingham. The trip was similar to this image from Jan. 2014, where the group spent two days in Spartanburg, S.C. to see how that community worked on major redevelopment after EPA environmental cleanup.

After cancer diagnosis, Birmingham couple plans wedding in 11 days

"I just wanted to have that moment with him - that public proclamation of love before we go down this path. I didn't want it tarnished in any way."

In Birmingham rally, gay rights groups celebrate marriage victory, and plead for...

"If you want to send someone a wedding gift, maybe make it in honor of [plaintiffs] Cari and Kim ... because they got the bill." Two weeks from today, some Alabama couples will walk into a courthouse and "make history" by becoming the first same-sex couples to be legally married in Alabama, Alabama Rep. Patricia Todd, D-Birmingham, said Monday evening.

Birmingham man pleads guilty in 2013 slaying; avoids capital murder trial

A Birmingham man, whose capital murder trial for the 2013 shooting death of another man was to begin this week, pleaded guilty Monday to a reduced charge and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Golden's trial was to have begun Monday with jury selection.

Birmingham man fatally shot in Collegeville street identified

The Jefferson County Coroner's Office identified the victim as James Darryl Kinnion, 46. Kinnion's body was discovered about 9 a.m. near the intersection of 33rd Avenue and 34th Street North. Birmingham police said a woman called 911 after she spotted the body on the roadside.

Birmingham man shot to death this morning on Collegeville roadside

The shooting happened just before 9 a.m. at the intersection of 33rd Avenue and 34th Street North. The victim, whose name hasn't be released, was found on the shoulder of the roadway, lying on his back with multiple gunshot wounds.

'Jersey Belle' star writing memoir, planned for fall release

Sullivan has a deal with Touchstone for a "hilarious and frank fish-out-of-water memoir" about living in Birmingham, Alabama, that is scheduled for publication this fall. The book is called "Saved by the Belles: The Southern Education of a Jersey Girl," Touchstone announced Monday.