Bloomfield Township police are warning residents of a computer scam that tricked a township man out of $300 on Saturday, January 18, while at his home in the 5000 block of Deepwood Street.
Officers responded about 4 p.m. on Saturday to a fraud complaint where the victim said he received an email stating his "Microsoft Windows 7 would no longer be supported" and that he needed to upgrade to Windows 10 for $300. The victim followed the prompts and provided his bank informatio
Following a contentious discussion amongst city commissioners at their meeting on Monday, January 13, they finally unanimously agreed to move public comment prior to the consent agenda at commission meetings for a three-month trial period, and the public can still comment during regular agenda items.
Commissioners Brad Host and Clinton Baller had requested the move, but when it came time to move forward, they initially objected, saying that wasn't actually what they wanted.
A split Birmingham City Commission on Monday, January 13, approved zoning ordinance amendments to expand the D-5 overlay district in downtown Birmingham to permit the possibility of buildings taller than five stories in sites that abut the 555 building or Birmingham Place locations.
Previously, the city commission approved the category of D-5 to encompass the already built buildings, along with the Merrillwood Building, and grandfather them in order to allow renovations and
Students and staff at Bloomfield Hills High School on the afternoon of Thursday, December 19, had been trained to "run, hide, fight," in the case of an active shooter situation inside the school, and that's exactly what they did when a BluePoint alert was sounded that day at 11:58 a.m. in the building's G-Wing, near the rear of the main building by the courtyard area, said Bloomfield Township Police Chief Phil Langmeyer to Bloomfield Township trustees at their board meeting o
Dick O'Dow's at 160 W. Maple in downtown Birmingham is preparing for the upcoming road construction season by requesting to temporarily relocate its outdoor dining area to the rear of the building during the 2020 outdoor dining season.
Birmingham city commissioners unanimously agreed, approving owner Mitch Black's request to waive the $2,800 application fee and to expedite his request for a special land use amendment to make the move outside “The Dow,” a back room which ope
While there are dozens of private streets in the city of Bloomfield Hills, there are a handful of older areas that have for years received snow removal services on behalf of the city for free.
Bloomfield Hills City Manager David Hendrickson said at the city commission meeting on Tuesday, January 14, the free city services equate to about $250 for each street every time it snows. That's about $2,500 this upcoming weekend, as forecasters predict at least four inches of snow,
Bloomfield Township is seeking qualified candidates to fill a vacant position for an alternate on the township's zoning board of appeals (ZBA).
The ZBA considers requests for relief from strict compliance from the zoning ordinance regulations and other specified requests. It meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. The alternate serves as needed in the absence of a regular member. The open term for the ZBA expires January 1, 2023.
To be considered, a person mus