Bloomfield Township Trustee Michael Schostak presented an update to the township board Monday, February 24, on the current township compensation and staffing study, with a mid-March draft expected.
The study, which has been contracted with Minneapolis-based Segal Waters Consulting, is looking at employee compensation and staffing levels at the township. In November, the board unanimously approved to contract with Segal Waters to conduct the study following board dissension
Following a strategic plan process, a new roof, lobby floor, interior design plan which includes a new Commons area and wayfinding, the Bloomfield Township Public Library is ready to throw open its doors and celebrate with the community on Saturday, March 14, the completion of these projects.
The free event, open to the public, will include brief remarks and simple refreshments starting at 9 a.m.
Carol Mueller, library director, said the projects began in 2015, when the b
The Friends of the Baldwin Public Library are hosting their third annual Books, Bags and Bagels event Sunday, March 22, from 1 to 3 p.m., where shoppers can find gently used handbags, totes and books.
Throughout the sale, shoppers and visitors are invited to browse and discover gently used handbags and totes priced at a dollar and higher. The sale will also offer a collection of high quality used books, as well as bagels and coffee. All proceeds will support the Friends of
Bloomfield Township Police Dispatch received a call from a hysterically crying female on Sunday, March 1, who said she had been sexually assaulted in the 5000 block of Sutters Lane, but when officers arrived, they discovered a vacant home, and believe they had been “swatted,” a call that is used to get police to respond to false incidents.
Around 8 p.m., dispatch received a call from what appeared to be a female who was hysterically crying. She told dispatch she was just se
An apparently unsatisfied customer of Sidecar Slider Bar in downtown Birmingham threw a table on Tuesday, March 3, and was then arrested.
Birmingham police were called to Sidecar, 280 E. Merrill Street, after a customer, a 21-year-old Birmingham man, threw a table in the restaurant and destroyed the establishment's outside patio furniture.
Police arrested him for disorderly conduct.
A man taking a class at LifeTime Fitness in Bloomfield Township on Wednesday, February 26, had $1,825 stolen from his wallet.
The man reported the theft to the Bloomfield Township Police Station after working out nearby at LifeTime Fitness, 4106 Telegraph Road. He informed officers he had placed his property in a locked locker while he attended a class at the club. When he returned to the locker, he discovered someone has stolen $1,825 from his wallet.
A resident walking in his neighborhood in late August of last year discovered a bank envelope containing $700 in cash lying in the street, and turned it over to police, and on Wednesday, March 4, after no luck finding the righful owner, Bloomfield Township police returned the money to the resident who found it – who then added some of his own money and donated it in memory of a township officer killed in the line of duty.
On August 29 of 2019, a resident came into the towns