All good things must come to an end, and with winter approaching, the Birmingham Farmers Market will celebrate the conclusion of its 17th season on Sunday, October 27, from 9 a.m – 2 p.m.
As the harvest season comes to its glorious end, so too does the Birmingham Farmers Market, which proudly features exclusively Michigan-grown produce and is subject to Michigan growing patterns. October always brings a bountiful selection of fall produce, in addition to fall-themed home ac
Baldwin Public Library in Birmingham is now offering its users access to Creativebug, an online portal from Joann Fabrics, designed for hobbyists and crafters to learn new skills.
Creativebug offers over a thousand video courses on topics such as knitting, crochet, screen printing, cake decorating, jewelry making, quilting, sewing and other crafting hobbies.
“Baldwin Library patrons have proven themselves to be makers, creators, and dreamers as craft classes for kids, tee
A 50-year-old Plymouth man was arrested on Friday, October 18, on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs after admitting to Birmingham police he had been smoking crack cocaine.
Birmingham police said an officer about 11 p.m. pulled over a vehicle at Woodward and Hazel after the driver ran a red light and was weaving in and out of its lane. The driver told the officer that he had been doing crack. A crack pipe was found on the driver's seat.
The man was arrested
A 60-year-old Florida man was arrested on Friday, October 18, for allegedly snorting cocaine while drinking at a downtown Birmingham bar.
Birmingham police said officers responded about 5 p.m. on Friday, October 18, to 220 Restaurant, 220 E. Merrill Street, for a complaint that an intoxicated man was consuming cocaine while sitting at the bar.
Officers arrested the man for possession of cocaine.
A 79-year-old Birmingham man was cited for malicious damage to property on Saturday, October 19, following a road rage incident in the area of Lincoln and Stanley roads, police said.
Birmingham police responded about 11 a.m. to the area for complaints of a road rage incident. Police said a 39-year-old Bloomfield Hills woman told officers she was driving close to the vehicle in front of her when the two vehicles came to a stop and the other driver got out of his car and hit
Bloomfield Township police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspicious person who was caught on a security camera peering into a resident's windows during the early morning hours on Saturday, October 19, in the 1000 block of Forest Glen Court.
Police said the resident was reviewing video from her home security system when she discovered a suspicious male outside of her home. The video shows a white male carrying a skateboard wearing a hooded sweatshirt and
Bloomfield Township police are asking for the public's help in identifying a teenager believed to be responsible for vandalizing the Flagstar Bank at 3915 Telegraph Road in Bloomfield Township.
Police said the bank manager informed them an unknown person used black and white spray paint sometime between Sunday, October 12, and Tuesday, October 15, to damage the bank's exterior walls, parking lot and dumpster enclosure.
Surveillance video from the bank showed the teen leav
Birmingham police are investigating whether a false police report on Sunday, October 20, about a man with a gun was made in connection to a traffic stop that officers had made just prior to the report.
Police said an officer stopped a vehicle about 1 a.m. along Woodward Avenue, just north of Maple Road, near Elm Street. The driver, a 25-year-old Detroit woman, had a suspended license.
During the traffic stop, the police department received a 911 call regarding a man with
Birmingham police on Wednesday, October 16, responded to a downtown Birmingham business to investigate a theft from an employee.
Officers said an employee at Eli Tea Bar, 200 South Old Woodward Avenue, said about 8 a.m. that credit cards were stolen from her purse. The purse was in the back room at the business at the time of the theft.
Police have no suspects or witnesses.
Birmingham police are investigating.
Bloomfield Township police are warning the public of a fraudulent ruse that recently tricked a resident out of about $40,000 over a three-day period.
Bloomfield Townhip Police Lt. Paul Schwab, of the department's investigations division, said the victim made investigators aware of incident about 11 p.m. on Sunday, October 20, when he came into the Bloomfield Township Police Station. The victim said he received a phone call from a female who identified herself as "Kate" with