Bloomfield Township police responded to the 500 block of S. Fox Hills Drive after they were called regarding a stolen men's bicycle on Friday, August 7.
The township resident told police that the bike was stolen sometime between 4 and 6 p.m. It is described as a black Infinity Boss 3 Men’s mountain bike, valued at about $200, which was left unsecured outside the residence.
Bloomfield Township police are currently investigating.
Carly Sheridan can see both sides of the coin. As a middle school math teacher, she yearns to be back in the classroom this September, because she knows it's the best way for her students to learn. But as a parent to three children – ages 12, 9 and 8 – in Bloomfield Hills schools, she's very torn as to what will be the most advantageous, safest and advisable way for them to be educated this school year.
“No matter what, it's going to be different,” she said.
At this point
During Scott Pruitt’s very brief stint – February 2017 to July 2018 – as the administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), his bizarre behavior was considered almost comical.
“When Pruitt was there, there was just so much incompetence that was in the news it was almost entertaining… just violating the law, having his staff trying to get a mattress for him living in someone's apartment. Just weird stuff,” said John Coeuyt, global climate policy director, S
The failings of the novel coronavirus testing/tracing effort in the country and Oakland County took on a special significance in my household in late July as one member of our family was exposed at work to an employee who tested positive for COVID-19.
Since the pandemic was recognized in March, three of us have been in lockdown, including our son from Manhattan who had returned just prior to NYC closing down and his employer there moved everyone to a remote work format.
Thank you for publishing the article on “Local police agencies: the rules governing officers” (July/Downtown). As always, it was a thorough article.
After reading through the article, Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard would like to correct a few incorrect items.
In regard to the first time he is quoted in the article, it would be more correct to say:
“Yes, there are bad police officers, and they have to be held accountable for their actions. If there are 80 bad po
This was a truly outstanding and informative article about policing and police reform (Local Police Policies/July).
I am glad to have been a part of it. Robert Sedler
Distinguished Professor of Law
Wayne State University
The current denizen of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue crossed inviolable bounds by suggesting that we delay the November 3rd Presidential Election based on his conspiracy theories that allowing people to vote by mail is not secure. Trump himself votes absentee. Several states vote completely by mail. There is simply no truth in saying voting this way is not secure.
Democrats and Republicans in Congress, and other parties that preceded us, have debated the full array of issues fo
In the fall of 2009, Marney Keenan had a fateful meeting that would lead to 10 years of reporting on a 40-year-old cold case, and ultimately, the publishing of her first book, The Snow Killings.
“I wrote the book, or committed myself to writing the book, because I wanted to bring the truth about the entire investigation to light,” she said.
Anyone who lived in Oakland County during the late ‘70s remembers the Oakland County Child Killer. Over 13 months between 1975-1976,
In July, the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center announced the 2020 Michigan Fine Arts Competition winners, and for those who followed the competition last year they’ll see at least one familiar name: Fran Wolok.
“I was thrilled,” Wolok said about finding out she was one of the competition’s winners. “I’m even more thrilled that it's two in a row and different jurors. I'm excited to be part of the competition.”
Wolok – who lives in Bloomfield Township – was one of 79 artists
Before the 2019-2020 school year closed out, the Recording Academy® and GRAMMY Museum® gave Bloomfield Hills High School music teacher Alan Posner one last homework assignment as he was selected as one of 216 teachers nationwide who are now quarterfinalists for the 2020-2021 Music Educator Award™.
Posner, who played his first instrument at West Hills Middle School, was nominated for the award in March along with 2,000 other teachers nationwide. If he wins, he will be flown