Three terms will be ending this year for members of the Rochester Community Schools Board of Education, leaving three open seats to be filled in this year's November 6 general election.
Each of the open seats are six-year terms, with current board members Michelle Bueltel, Barbara Anness and Andrea Walker-Leidy serving terms that expire at the end of 2018.
Anness was selected by the board in July 2017 to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of former board secretary
A Rochester Hills man on Thursday, May 24, told authorities he fell victim to a phishing email scam that was disguised as a security message from Apple.
The man, 56, said he received an email he believed was from Apple ID security that indicated his account was locked due to suspicious activity. The email directed the man to an online document he was instructed to fill out in order to regain access to his account.
During the course of filling out the document, the man pro
A Rochester Hills resident on Saturday, May 26, woke up to discover her curb-side mailbox had been struck by a vehicle and was missing from the 300 block of Whitney Drive, authorities said.
The victim said the mailbox was present and undamaged on Friday evening, but she woke up about 6 a.m. on Saturday morning to find it was missing. The victim also noticed tire tracks on her front lawn leading to the mailbox.
Deputies searched the area for the mailbox and any vehicle tha
A 64-year-old Pontiac woman was arrested on Thursday, May 24, in connection with retail fraud after she was allegedly caught trying to steal nearly $50 worth of merchandise from a Rochester Hills Walmart store, authorities said.
Loss prevention staff at the Walmart store, 2500 S. Adams, told a deputy responding to the incident that they observed the woman walking in the pharmacy area with a purse that appeared to be empty. The staff said the woman discarded some of the pack