Week In Review: Arrest Made After Birmingham Woman's Overdose Death, Zazios to Close
Here's 10 stories you may have missed on Birmingham Patch this week.
Are you spending your Sunday catching up with last week's news? Here's the top 10 stories you may have missed about Birmingham this week:
Richard Patrick Babbie is charged with delivery of heroin causing death in connection with the overdose of Birmingham resident Tawyna Jarvis last summer.
Also in this week's police blotter, Birmingham police investigate a stolen iPod at the Roeper School.
The Oakland County Prosecutor's Office denied an arrest warrant for a Groves student who sent a threatening tweet in late December, the school's liason officer says.
The Birmingham restaurant at Woodward and Maple will close at the end of the month to make way for an as-yet undisclosed development.
Ferndale native Drew Sayes says he's supporter of local farms, regional cuisine and sustainable practices.
Mix up your New Year's workout routine with Michigan's first Dailey Method studio, opening next week in Birmingham.
"Through the generosity of our community, 2012 was our most successful year ever," the Birmingham Education Foundation Executive Director Laura Couger says.
Spots at the Birmingham Covington School for the 2013-14 school year will be available next week. If there aren't enough available spots at the 3-8 school, a lottery will be held on Jan. 16.
Meanwhile, State Sen. John Pappageorge missed only three roll call votes in 2012.
From the 50th anniversary of the Birmingham Village Fair to the November general elections, here's what we're thinking ahead to in 2013.