After a complete reconstruction, Detroit Country Day School (DCDS) officially reopened its lower school campus on Tuesday, November 19, with a ceremonial ribbon cutting, marking the completion of the second phase of the school's expansion plans.
The redesign and rebuild of the lower school, located at 3003 W. Maple Road in Bloomfield Township, is designed to transform DCDS's educational experience for current and future generations, school officials said.
In 2017, Detroit
Bloomfield Township police are investigating a home invasion that occurred sometime on Wednesday, November 13, in the 4000 block of Parkwood Court while the owner was not at home.
Officers responded to a burglary alarm about 1:30 p.m. at the home. Upon arriving, officers discovered an open door to the home with signs of forced entry. While searching the home, the officers discovered the master bedroom had been ransacked.
The homeowner wasn't home at the time of the burgla
Bloomfield Township police are looking for two men who injured a teenage boy on Friday, November 15, while fleeing a township department store in the 2400 block of Telegraph Road, where they allegedly stole several items.
Officers responded about noon to the complaint of a theft at Target, 2400 Telegraph Road, Bloomfield Township, where two men had just fled the store in an unknown direction.
Police said loss prevention officers at the store told officers two males, who a
Cuts within the Bloomfield Township Engineering and Environmental Services Department (EESD) could provide a savings of $2,400 to $274,000 per year from the general fund by eliminating some programs, the department's director told the township's governing body on Monday, November 11.
Engineering and Environmental Services Director Olivia Olsztyn-Budry presented an outline of program cuts that could be considered by the board of trustees in order to close a structural budget
After former mayor and city commissioner Patty Bordman passed the gavel at the city commission meeting on Monday, November 11, new city commissioners Clinton Baller, Brad Host and Therese Longe, along with current commissioner Pierre Boutros, were sworn in for a four-year term, and then the entire commission unanimously elected Boutros as the new city mayor.
The commission meeting was split in two on November 11, as the first part began with a thank you to Bordman and fello
The Bloomfield Hills City Commission on Tuesday, November 12, elected commission member William Hosler as the city's mayor and commissioner Sarah McClure as mayor pro tem.
Hosler was appointed to the city commission in November of 2017 and has served as mayor pro tem since November of 2018. McClure, who has served as mayor in the past, was elected to the commission in 2010. Both the mayor and mayor pro tem positions change on an annual basis.
Commissioners on Tuesday als
Bloomfield Hills City Commissioners on Tuesday, November 12, approved the introduction of an ordinance regarding recreational marijuana offenses by minors and conditions that fall outside of the state law permitting its use and possession.
Bloomfield Hills Public Safety Detective Lt. Jeffrey Gormley told commissioners that with the recent passage of the state's Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act that the city should develop an ordinance to assist the department with t
Bloomfield Township trustees on Monday, November 11, approved the township's 2020 safety path routes and engineering work, which is expected to total more than $3.1 million for the fiscal year.
Engineering and environmental services director Olivia Olsztyn-Budry said the plans include the design and construction of two significant pathway projects, as well as engineering for a 2021 project and about $100,000 in repair and maintenance work.
The first route will is along Cl