A resident living in the 600 block of Mohegan in Birmingham discovered someone stole cash from an unlocked car in their garage sometime between 5 p.m. Sunday, November 1, and noon on Monday, November 2.
Upon entering the garage around noon on Monday, November 2, the resident told officers they noticed some items were out of place. An unlocked vehicle was parked in the unlocked, detached garage, and upon checking the vehicle, the resident noticed the center console was in di
A Birmingham resident reported to police that during the night of Saturday, October 31, someone broke into their vehicle and stole $300 in cash.
The resident, who lives in the 300 block of Wimbleton, reported to Birmingham police that sometime between 12:30 a.m. and 8 a.m., someone entered their vehicle and removed the cash from the center console. They told officers that the vehicle was parked in their garage with the garage door left open, and the vehicle was unlocked.
Due to the skyrocketing number of COVID-19 cases across the state, including in Oakland County, an emergency meeting of the Bloomfield Hills Board of Education was held on Friday, November 6, with a determination to pause in-person education and return all students to distance, at-home learning.
In a communication to families, superintendent Pat Watson said that on Thursday, November 5, Oakland County reported an increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases to over 2
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.
There's no way the architecture firm of McKim, Mead & White could have known, when in 1914 they had these words etched above the entrance to the New York City Post Office on 8th Avenue, that the phrase taken from a 500 B.C. book, The Persian Wars, would become the accepted unofficial motto of the United States Postal Service, much less that this public
Andrew Sohn has been a team player for quite some time. For starters, the co-founder of Pro Insight played baseball at Brother Rice High School and Western Michigan University before going pro.
Now, he and Grant Heyman, a former professional player based in Rochester, New York, offer virtual coaching for kids from professional baseball and softball players. “We have really good instructors and coaches,” said Sohn, who is 27. “We get to know their attitude and teaching style
As she weeded the landscaping outside the Angels' Place Pine Center adult group home in West Bloomfield this spring, Notre Dame Preparatory High School senior Ella Easterwood of Rochester knew she had made a friend. Through the window, a resident had picked up her clarinet and started playing the school’s fight song as a show of appreciation.
“Volunteering for people with learning disabilities just fits in with our school’s community-oriented values,” said Easterwood, 17. “
As climate change wreaks havoc worldwide and consumers become more conscious and educated about the food they put in their bodies, the products they apply to their skin, and the waste generated from everyday goods, there is one regularly used product that is likely an afterthought. Toilet paper. Unless there isn’t any available, it’s unlikely that this ubiquitous product is given much consideration.
But for Birmingham native and Brooklyn resident Lee Reitelman, the environm
It all started with a parking ticket last summer. The ticket was only for $10, but for Erica Coulston that was the last straw.
“In 2016, the city of Birmingham converted their free metered wheelchair accessible spots to paid metered spots, and in doing that, they also added quite a few wheelchair-accessible spots,” Coulston said. “I commend them for doing this. They did this to try and solve a problem of not enough wheelchair-accessible spots and people being in them for to
Downtown Birmingham is looking forward to welcoming Craig Ryan Fine Menswear to the former Woolly & Co. location at 147 Pierce Street. Owner Craig Ryan Kurzeja, who opened his first store in 2004, has three other Craig Ryan stores – in Grand Blanc, Petoskey and Harbor Springs. “We’re primarily for men aged 35 to 65, but with that said, some of my best customers are in their 30s or in their 70s,” Kurzeja said. Over the years, he said the specific menswear they offer has change
Long time fine menswear store Claymore Shop, 908 S. Adams Road in Birmingham, is hanging up its last blue blazer at Christmas. Owner JJ Benkert confirmed the closure, noting, “It’s very bittersweet. The lease is over, and with what’s going on now, we don’t what the next six months will bring. We’re closing the doors, but that doesn’t mean they can’t open again.” Benkert, whose late husband Bob Benkert opened the store 55 years ago at the age of 26, said the store still sells