Week In Review: Hamilton Room Closes, Seaholm Finishes Third at State Swimming Finals
Here's 12 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 12 stories you may have missed about Birmingham this week:
A man believed to be responsible for several bank robberies around Oakland County, including one in Birmingham, robbed the Independent Bank at 14 Mile and Southfield Tuesday.
According to police reports, residents reported seeing a suspicious man believed to be behind an attempted home invasion on Dewey Street early Wednesday morning.
In addition, Birmingham police arrested two 21-year-olds from Holly and Berkley this week for driving around Birmingham with drugs and an open bottle of whiskey in their car.
Citing Birmingham's difficult business climate, the Hamilton Room hosted its last "Omega Closing Party" last weekend before officially closing its doors.
A pair of Beaumont officials will talk about the rising cost of healthcare and the impact of the Affordable Care Act during a special meeting of the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber next week.
Despite reports that Bloomfield Hills attorney Scott Romney is leading a poll of potential Republicans to replace U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, Romney said on Tuesday he won't be running.
The Birmingham-based school for special learners purchased iPads loaded with reading applications using grant money from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.
Warmer weather and melting ice have closed Birmingham's outdoor ice rink for the season.
Here's how to tell your neighbors about them and how to (possibly) get paid back for the damage they cause.
This is the second year in a row Seaholm has finished third at the state swimming finals and their third year coming in the top three. Groves, meanwhile, finished ninth last Saturday.
Meanwhile, the girls from Detroit Country Day bowed out of the MHSAA tournament with a loss to Flint Powers earlier this week.
Residents argue over whether Birmingham needs — and can sustain — more family-friendly restaurants in light of several high-profile restaurants closing.