Boho chic women's fashion retailer Johnny Was will open its first Michigan boutique in downtown Birmingham at 115 S. Old Woodward, in the former Francesca's location.
Johnny Was, available in fine department stores and boutiques for over 30 years, features kimonos, dresses, blouses, pants, jackets, tops, t-shirts and bathing suits that celebrate a bohemian elegance and artisan detailing. A signature feature on Johnny Was clothing is unrivaled embroideries, prints and trims
Two Birmingham establishments, Townhouse and Rojo Mexican Bistro, will be returning to the Birmingham City Commission for a public hearing regarding the renewal of their 2020 liquor license after commissioners saw violations to their 2019 liquor license investigative summary on Monday, March 9.
Acting clerk Cheryl Arft informed commissioners the city commission is required by Chapter 10, Alcoholic Liquors, of the Birmingham Code of Ordinances to review the licenses of estab
A decision to approve the costs of construction for a pressure reducing valve (PRV) project for Long Lake and Woodward was postponed by the Bloomfield Hills City Commission at their meeting on Wednesday, March 11, in order for the city's engineer, Hubbell, Roth & Clark, and the Oakland County Water Resources Commission (OCWRC) to obtain and present more detailed information regarding the project and the need for it to proceed.
The Long Lake and Woodward PRV serves as the m
A man who was trying to enter a vehicle in a private parking garage on West Maple Road in downtown Birmingham, was arrested on Tuesday, March 3.
Birmingham police were called to the 300 block of Maple where the 27-year-old from Kalamazoo had been spotted. He was later seen in the backyard of a home in the 700 block of Maple Hill Lane.
Once located, the man was found to be in possession of drugs and arrested for possession of methamphetamine.
A Bloomfield Township resident discovered on Wednesday, March 4, he had become the victim of a phone scam after he bought and sent $3,500 worth of gift cards from Target and Ebay following directions from a caller.
The resident, who lives in the 1700 block of Hamilton Drive, came into the Bloomfield Township police station to report that he realized he had fallen victim to a a phone scam. He told police that on Monday, March 2, he received a call from someone named “Mark Wi
A man who had put his Rolex watch in a locker in the men's locker room at Lifetime Fitness in Bloomfield Township on Wednesday, March 4, discovered when he came back that it had been stolen.
The man told Bloomfield Township police that he had entered the gym, located at 4106 Telegraph Road, around 5 p.m. and placed his Rolex watch into a locker, which he confirmed was secure and locked, and when he returned to the locker around 7:30 p.m. after his workout, he discovered the
A Bloomfield Township resident received a call from someone claiming to be from Apple Support on Friday, March 6, who said her computer had been hacked and should pay $2,000 in Target gift cards for an anti-virus program.
Officers responded to the residence in the 1100 block of Banbury Circle, where the victim told an officer she had received a phone call from a male claiming to be from Apple Support. He advised her that her computer had been hacked, and told her she was vu
Employees at Powerhouse Gym in Birmingham were left thirsty on Saturday, March 7, after drinks were reported stolen from their refrigerators.
Items taken from the gym, 400 E. Brown Street, Birmingham, included drinks and cases of water.
Birmingham police are investigating.
A 60-year-old from Madison Heights was arrested after having a busy day on Saturday, March 7, in downtown Birmingham.
Birmingham police first responded to the CVS at 444 S. Old Woodward Avenue, Birmingham, where the man had stolen multiple bottles of body wash and various other sundry items. The stolen items, which included a prescription pill container, were found behind a generator in the CVS parking lot.
Then police officers were dispatched to Hyde Park Prime Steakhous
Voters in Birmingham, Bloomfield Township and Bloomfield Hills turned out to cast ballots on or prior to Tuesday, March 10, in the presidential primary election, as well as to approve a 10-year, general fund operating millage in Bloomfield Township, a $195 million bond proposal for Birmingham Public Schools to provide funding to address facility needs and a renewal of the Oakland County Art Institute Authority Millage for the Detroit Institute of Arts.