An Emagine Palladium Theatre employee was approached by a man who asked if he could borrow his cell phone to make a call on Saturday, February 22, and the man took off with it.
Once given the phone from the theater employee, the man, described as white, approximately 30-35 years old, and balding, ran away with the device.
The man was described as wearing designer clothing, with a white winter hat, yellow sunglasses, black spiked shoes and carrying a white backpack.
The store manager of the Rite Aid at Woodward and Square Lake roads in Bloomfield Township observed a woman on surveillance camera stealing three bottles of Crown Royal whiskey on Thursday, February 20.
Around 9:40 p.m., Bloomfield Township police were called to the store, located at 42931 Woodward Avenue, for a retail fraud complaint. The store manager told officers he had observed a suspicious woman in the store, which led him to review the camera footage. He observed the
At two minutes before noon on Friday, December 19, 2019 – the last day of school before winter break – a BluePoint alert was sounded at Bloomfield Hills High School in the building's G-Wing, near the rear of the main building by the courtyard area. The alarm, which looks like a blue fire alarm which can be pulled in case of an emergency, is equipped with a cover to prevent it from being pulled accidentally. The system sounds an audible alert of a male robotic voice repeating,
Melissa Cooper Sargent would start every workshop on cosmetics at the Ecology Center with one question, "True or false, the FDA must approve all cosmetics before they go on the market?" It's a slightly leading question but it would get people's attention and to Sargent's point, quickly.
"We make a lot of assumptions that we’re in this country and the products on the shelves must meet certain criteria, but it’s false," said Sargent, environmental health advocate, Ecology Cen
Unfortunately, sometimes I must defend Birmingham and other Oakland County communities against baseless attacks on our commitment to protect our water resources.
In January a green sludge impacted the shores of Lake St. Clair in Macomb County. Joining public speculation, Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Candice Miller suggested it contained raw sewage and stated to local newspapers and others that it was “highly likely… (Oakland County) played a role in the sludge” a
We are nano scientists and we are attacking the problem of the chemical and carbon footprint here in the USA – anywhere where manufacturing is happening.
Manufacturing takes chemicals for cutting and drilling of auto parts, for example. These manufacturing fluids are full of chemicals and some are toxic. Some have over 40 chemical in them which effects all of us.
A lower chemical footprint is available by switching over to nano technology. We are the first to do this, a
I am so sorry to see that the former treasurer and his friend (on the board) still haven't gotten over the fact that Dan Devine was not appointed supervisor when my husband retired, because in my opinion, that's what is still going on here.
I have heard some of the bad things that were written on Facebook and Next Door. It saddens me because I know what hard working, honorable people the full-time elected officials are. It is often a thankless job of long hours, meetings, a
As most of you may recall, I retired from my position as Bloomfield Township Clerk in November, 2004, some 16 years ago, after having served the residents for nearly 25 years. I still live in the township and have many dear friends and good neighbors.
I recently learned that board member David Buckley posted on the social media site Next Door, and perhaps other sites, a spurious statement that the "last clerk" (and that would be me) was given a car from the township when I
Native American headdresses, coyotes, and other imagery evoking the American Southwest are not the subjects one would expect from a metro Detroit born-and-raised artist. But Tim Yanke’s artwork is deeply personal.
At the age of 13, he lost his sister, then a student at Northern Arizona University. “It laid a major imprint on me,” he says of this life-altering event. “The Southwest, the colors, the brilliance of the blue, the sky, the mountains – it tattooed into my spirit,