A man who parked his mountain bike, unlocked, on the side of the building by JoAnn Fabrics at Telegraph and Long Lake roads, to go shopping, came out shortly after and discovered someone had stolen the bike on Thursday, October 1.
The victim called Bloomfield Township police around 12:15 p.m., after he discovered his green Men's Cannondale 27-speed mountain bike gone. He told them he had parked it at JoAnn Fabrics, 4107 Telegraph Road, and left it unsecured on the side of t
We have all seen them before – armed, military-like figures like those showing up at the state capitol building this past spring to protest the pandemic lockdown in the state, or in broadcast coverage of Black Lives Matter protests or counter-protests. Their numbers – both formal and informal – have vacillated over the years, often a bi-product of current day events. Today, these paramilitary organizations are on the rise again.
Welcome to the militia movement.
When Detroit Denim Company reopens its retail shop, ideally sometime next year, customers’ experiences will look quite different than they had before.
Picture it: you walk in, try on some fit samples, pay for the jeans you want, then, well, walk out empty-handed. You’ll then wait four to six weeks before you have a new pair, which would be custom made personally for you, from denim to cut.
“That notion that no one would leave the store with anything in their hand that day
Seven candidates are running for three seats on the Bloomfield Hills Schools Board of Trustees. Each seat is for a four-year term. DIMA EL-GAMAL
Dima El-Gamal holds masters and PhD in civil and environmental engineering from Wayne State University. She is the managing principal at Stantec Consulting Michigan and is a West Bloomfield Planning Commissioner.
STUDENT EDUCATIONAL LEVELS
Michigan has fallen in nationwide rankings educationally to 37th out of 50 states, with ove
Four candidates are running for two seats on the Birmingham Schools Board of Trustees. Each seat is for a six-year term. LORI AJLOUNY
Lori Ajlouny is a former Birmingham Public Schools teacher who taught in the district for 31 years. She has undergraduate and graduate degrees from Wayne State University, and is currently completing a term on the Birmingham Schools Board of Education.
STUDENT EDUCATIONAL LEVELS
Michigan has fallen in nationwide rankings educationally to 37
Four Democrats and four Republicans are running for four total seats on the Board of Trustees. STEPHANIE FAKIH
Fakih is an attorney with First Rights Law. She earned her undergraduate degree at University of Michigan and her law degree at Fordham University. She has not run for political office before.
Unlike the full time positions of supervisor, clerk, and treasurer, trustees are part-time positions, one where you in essence stand in f
Brooks has an undergraduate degree and masters degrees in labor and industrial relations from Michigan State University and a law degree from University of Michigan. He is an attorney and partner with Ogletree Deakins, and previously served on the Bloomfield Hills Schools board.
As one of three full-time elected positions in the township offices, along with the supervisor and the treasurer, the clerk has a full load of
Walsh is a business consultant who received a kinesiology degree from University of Michigan. She is completing her first term as a trustee in Bloomfield Township. She also serves on the township's zoning board of appeals and was an alternate on the Design Review Board.
As one of three full-time elected positions in the township offices, along with the clerk and the treasurer, the supervisor is essentially the CEO of the to
Gershenson, a resident of Bloomfield Township, is a former English teacher with a degree from the University of Michigan. Gershenson is the incumbent county commissioner for the 13th district, first elected in 2004.
The issue of mass transit for southeast Michigan has been a hotly debated topic for over four decades. More recently voters in this county have been less enthusiastic in terms tax increases to support a system beyond wh
Dillaha of Birmingham has bachelor's and masters degrees in sociology from Wayne State University. She owns Fat Cat Concierge Services and has not held political office in the past.
The issue of mass transit for southeast Michigan has been a hotly debated topic for over four decades. More recently voters in this county have been less enthusiastic in terms of tax increases to support a system beyond what we now have through SMART or an