State Senator Mallory McMorrow (D-Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Royal Oak) on Tuesday, January 21, filed a two-page sexual harassment complaint with the Michigan Senate Business Office against fellow state Senator Pete Lucido (R-Shelby Township) for an incident which occurred in November 2018.
Both McMorrow and Lucido were elected to the Michigan Senate in November of 2018; Lucido previously served in the Michigan House of Representatives. Both he and McMorrow were attendin
The Bloomfield Township Planning Commission on Monday, January 20, recommended approval to the township board of trustees for a site plan and special land use request to construct the Detroit Meeting Room at the Sterling Academy South School campus at 1050 E. Square Lake Road.
Sterling Academy South School is proposing building a 16,778-square-foot meeting room/worship space at the rear of its property behind the existing school. The plan calls for enhanced landscaping, inc
Fifteen years ago, Restaurant Week in Birmingham was a new concept for Michigan. Now, it's such a hit, it's a two-week event. Welcome back to the opportunity to explore new dining and experiences in Birmingham, with the annual winter event of Birmingham Restaurant Week, Monday, January 27 through Friday, January 31, and Monday, February 3 through Friday, February 7.
Two dozen of Birmingham's finest and most unique dining establishments will offer discounted meals during the
Birmingham police are investigating a breaking and entering incident that occurred at a Birmingham home sometime on Wednesday, January 8, in the 1200 block of Norfolk.
Police said the resident reported jewelry and gift cards missing from their home. Officers responding to the scene discovered pry marks on the back door of the house.
Birmingham police report the case is under investigation.
A briefcase containing several personal items was stolen Thursday, January 16, from an unlocked vehicle parked at a Bloomfield Township department store in the 2100 block of Telegraph, police said.
Bloomfield Township police said the victim went to the police station to tell officers he was shopping at TJ Maxx, 2139 Telegraph Road, about 4:30 p.m., when someone entered his unlocked vehicle and took his briefcase. The briefcase contained a cellphone, medication, two watches
Bloomfield Township police on Tuesday, January 14, arrested an Ortonville woman on suspicion of retail fraud after employees at a township Target store said she hid several items in her purse and left without paying.
Officers responded about 3:10 p.m. to Target, 2400 Telegraph Road, for the complaint of shoplifting. Prior to their arrival, store security said a woman fled the store and got into a dark colored sedan and left the area. Police located the vehicle and the woman
Birmingham police recently responded to two theft complaints that occurred at Speedway gas station, 34800 Woodward Avenue, in Birmingham, including one during which a suspect was caught.
Police responded about 10 p.m. on Monday, January 6, to the gas station for a complaint that someone stole several lottery tickets. Witnesses told police a man ripped several lottery tickets from a roll of scratch off tickets from under a cashier counter, then left without paying.
A 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat parked overnight on Tuesday, January 14, was stripped of several parts in the 1900 block of Sherwood Glenn in Bloomfield Township, police said.
Officers responded to the area about 11 a.m. on Wednesday, January 15, where the victim told them someone stole all four wheels from his car. Along with the wheel and tires, the vehicle's brakes, rear bench seat and in-car touch screen navigational system were stolen.
The vehicle was parked in t