News Nearby: Bloomfield Hills Makes 'Forbes' Billionaire List
Also happening around Birmingham this week: Some of the worst intersections in Troy will be fixed using Tri-Party Program funds while a Royal Oak shop owner focuses on low-income youth.
You know what's happening in your neck of the woods, but how about the news nearby?
Every Saturday, Patch will bring you the big (and interesting) stories from Patch sites near Birmingham, along Woodward Avenue and beyond.
Here's what's been happening nearby this week:
The shopping center and automotive magnates are among an impressive list of Michiganders, according to Forbes Magazine.
Prosecutors showed very bloody crime scene photographs during the trial of Sandra Layne on Friday. Layne is accused of murdering her grandson last May.
Do you get off on Interstate 75 at Crooks Road with disdain? You are not alone. Tri-Party Program funds will be used to pay for concrete slab replacements at "the worst of the worst" areas of Troy this year.
Roland "Ro Spit" Coit, owner at Royal Oak-based Burn Rubber Sneaker Boutique works to help youth overcome adversity to gain and retain employment.
DDA board members say a full consensus is needed on the goal of increasing parking spaces before the public should be burdened with increased prices.
A 43-year-old Berkley man faces a charge of drunken driving, after a police officer spotted a vehicle with a missing wheel traveling west on Grand River Avenue in Farmington.
Rates Released by State of Michigan show Clawson's dropout rate compares favorably in the graduation rate ranking to schools nearby.