The Bloomfield Township Planning Commission on Monday, May 20, will hold a public hearing concerning a proposal to place special requirements on smoke shops, tobacco shops and body art facilities in the township.
The proposal would amend the township's zoning ordinance to require such shops be at least 750 feet from schools, places of worship, public parks, residential neighborhoods and other youth-orientated activities. The proposed amendment also would require a 1,000-foo
The Friends of the Baldwin Public Library spring book sale will take place from May 3-6, with the public invited to browse thousands of books and media in great condition.
Established in 1950, Friends of Baldwin Public Library is a non-profit association that supports and enhances the goals of the library.
At the spring book sale, there will be paperback books, hard covers, DVDs, music CDs, audio books, children's books, and gift quality items. Items are organized and pre
A Pontiac man suspected of stealing a co-worker's watch from a Bloomfield Township sushi restaurant was wearing the timepiece at the time of his arrest on Saturday, April 6, police said.
Bloomfield Township police responded that day to Sushi Hana, 42656 Woodward Avenue, for a theft complaint made by an employee at the restaurant. The victim told officers that he had left his $3,000 Tag Heuer watch in his vehicle prior to his shift. After getting out of work, the victim said
A Hazel Park man was arraigned on Thursday, April 11, in connection with identity theft stemming from an incident last summer involving a Bloomfield Township victim whose personal information was stolen.
Bloomfield Township police said officers responded on August 23 to the 3000 block of West Ridge Court for an identity theft complaint. The victim told police that several credit cards were opened in his name and used throughout the metro Detroit area. Detectives were able t
A Detroit man was arraigned on Friday, April 12, in connection with a stolen vehicle from the 2000 block of W. Hickory Grove earlier this year, police said.
Bloomfield Township police responded about 3:30 a.m. on January 26 to the complaint of a suspicious vehicle in the area. The vehicle had left the area prior to police arriving, but officers discovered several vehicles in the area had been entered and personal items were stolen. Police also discovered a 2004 GMC Yukon wa
Bloomfield Township police are asking for the public's help in identifying a woman believed to have opened several fraudulent credit card accounts at area department stores in a local resident's name.
Officers responded about 4:45 a.m. on January 31 to the 2500 block of Coldspring Street for an identity theft complaint. The victim told police she received a letter in the mail regarding a fraudulent credit card application in her name. Detectives began an investigation and