Week In Review: Guns in Schools, Birmingham Named Most Pricey Housing Market in State
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:
Birmingham is ranked No. 1 among the state's most expensive communities in Coldwell Banker's latest Home Listing Report.
Hatfield, an executive from the Birmingham-Bloomfield Credit Union, received the award during the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber's annual meeting.
Downtown Birmingham retailers will also be giving away everything from gift certificates to jewelry during the city's sixth annual shopping event.
The woman is seen on surveillance video taking a necklace from the downtown shop on Monday afternoon.
Also in this week's police blotter, a drunk man is found in a driveway on Ridgedale and two men with marijuana are discovered hanging out in the Park Street Parking Garge.
After a Birmingham parent brought a gun to an elementary school in early October, district officials say they're not changing policies banning guns on school property despite conflicting laws and court rulings.
The Birmingham Board of Education approved Morawski's hiring at their Tuesday night meeting.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder announced Thursday morning that he would sign right-to-work legislation if passed by the state Legislature.
In addition, survey respondents said they would be willing to pay more in taxes for a renovated or expanded library, though they want to see plans first.
Devantier, who led the Seaholm girls cross country team to a first place finish at the state championships this fall, was chosen by the National High School Coaches Association.