Week In Review: Parents Sue School District, FBI Releases 2011 Birmingham Crime Data
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:
Parents were asked to pay for student planners, locks and gym uniforms this year. According to the lawsuit, however, that violates the Michigan Constitution.
The FBI's Crime in the United States report shows more than 430 crimes were reported in Birmingham in 2011, up from 2010.
On Wednesday, the Birmingham Planning Board passed along plans for the Stoney River Steakhouse, which is looking to replace Max & Erma's.
Several Birmingham residents have recently reported receiving phone calls from a man with a thick accent who claims to be a New York detective.
Also from this week's Birmingham police blotter: a flat screen TV is stolen during a home invasion and a Pontiac woman is caught trying to steal four bottles of liquor from Kroger.
A strange man "persistently" offered a mother and child walking to school a ride Wednesday morning near Adams and Binbrooke.
Almost 430 residents from Birmingham and its surrounding communities completed a survey about multi-modal transportation in Birmingham.
Birmingham Police announced Wednesday they were joining CRIMEDAR, an online crime mapping system.
City commissioners elected George Dilgard the city's mayor for 2012-13, while Scott Moore will serve as mayor pro tem.
Principals from Lake Orion and Farmington have been named finalists in the search for the next principal at the Birmingham Covington School.