Birmingham police were called to the Willits Alley on Saturday, October 3, on reports that three men were trying to get into a locked building.
Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Willits Alley around 2 a.m. after three white males were seen attempting to get into a locked building, and one of them threw a bench through a glass door.
Officers were able to locate the suspects, two 23-year-old males and one 26-year-old male, all who were from Chicago. All three wer
Birmingham police arrived at the Mobil gas station, 36200 Woodward Avenue, after receiving reports of a fight in progress between two men on Thursday, October 2.
When officers arrived at the scene, they separated two men who were still fighting. They issued a citation for assault and battery to one of the men, a 19-year-old from Rochester Hills.
A resident living in the 700 block of Ruffner in Birmingham reported on Thursday, October 2, their vehicle had been stolen during the night.
They informed police the vehicle was parked in the street at the time of the theft.
Police report the vehicle was later located in Detroit, missing its rims and tires.
There are no suspects or witnesses.
A Bloomfield Township resident contacted police on Tuesday, October 6, after viewing her Ring doorbell system and seeing a man going through her vehicle.
Bloomfield Township officers responded to the home in the 3000 block of Roland Drive, where the resident reported that sometime between 1 and 3 a.m., an unknown man was caught on her Ring doorbell system entering her unlocked GMC Yukon and rummaging through the vehicle. The suspect was then seen attempting to open the doo
A bicycle stolen from a locked, trunk-mounted bike rack which was parked at Whole Foods in Birmingham, was later seen being ridden along Maple Road by a man from Madison Heights on Wednesday, October 7.
A woman told Birmingham police she was shopping at Whole Foods, 2100 E. Maple Road, and when she returned to her vehicle, around 1 p.m., she discovered her bike had been stolen from her trunk-mounted bike rack and the bike lock had been cut.
Officers later saw a man riding
Bloomfield Township Clerk Jan Roncelli, 71, was involved in a fatal pedestrian accident on Maple west of Coolidge in Birmingham at approximately 3:30 a.m. Tuesday, September 22, according to Bloomfield Township officials.
On September 22 Birmingham police dispatch reported they received a 911 call from the driver, a female from Bloomfield Hills, who stated she hit a person while driving westbound on Maple. The driver told officers she passed through the intersection of Mapl
Very heartening to see the actions of some of our local businesses and organizations that help the health of the planet where most of us live (Downtown/September).
Now if we could just stop paying people to use gas powered leaf blowers to blow away grass clippings, especially the beneficial ones left on our lawns. A trivia but truly useless source of pollution. Dave Richter
The precise state of the U.S. economy is elusive, especially since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some analysts see a flourishing economy while others see impending
failure. Either view could turn out to be correct. But the Federal Reserve, tasked with ensuring a stable economy, has employed every instrument in its monetary armament to see that a healthy, growing economy prevails.
The variation of opinions about the state of the U.S. economy stems, in
“Anyone who does anything to help a child is a hero to me.”
– Fred Rogers, Television Personality
I read recently that with COVID-19 causing widespread school closures, children across the country are being given alternate resources, some online, to study outside of the classroom. Temporary solutions being devised for remote education range from online classroom tools like Google Classroom, to Zoom and podcasts by teachers. While parents are adjusting to this new scenario,
As a child, if Anjali Roychowdhury wanted to stay up late her parents had one condition – she would have to watch documentaries with them. They figured that would bore her enough they could put her to sleep quickly.
“Jokes on them,” she laughed. “It sparked a lifelong interest in space.”
Roychowdhury actually fell in love with space twice. The first time was as a kid, the second was as a student at Cranbrook Kingswood Schools, where she graduated in 2016.