Governor Whitmer's Executive Order 2020-59 permits the community to engage in outdoor recreational activity, including golf, and the city of Birmingham's municipal golf courses have opened for daily use from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Lincoln Hills Golf Course and Springdale Golf Course are open with requirements in place to support public health and safety initiatives by adhering to social distancing. Both golf courses are operating with a “park and play” model created by the Nationa
With schools closed until at least next fall, the Birmingham Schools district is continuing to pay its contracted school bus drivers, despite utilizing only four of the 101 contracted employees.
For at least 10 years, the Birmingham district has outsourced its school bus drivers, custodial services and food services. According to district spokesperson Anne Cron, since the school closures, food service workers, employees of Chartwells Schools Dining Services, have been provi
The manager of the Whole Foods store in Birmingham reported on Wednesday, April 15, that a woman had left with a cart full of groceries.
The manager of Whole Foods, 2100 E. Maple Road, informed Birmingham Police that a woman had filled up her cart with groceries and then left without paying.
She is described as middle-aged, about 5-foot, six-inches tall, driving a white or beige-colored SUV.
Birmingham police are investigating.
Birmingham police were called to the Kroger at Maple and Woodward on Monday, April 15, after a man reportedly stole a variety of bottles of liquor.
Management at the Kroger store, 700 E. Maple Road, informed officers that a man stole various bottles of liquor. He was described as a black male, approximately 6-feet to 6-feet, 3-inches tall, weighing 185 to 215 pounds, between 35 to 40 years old. He was bald and wearing a black jacket with white stripes on the arms.