Week in Review: Liquor License Investigation Kicks Off; New Bike Racks on the Way
Here are 10 stories you may have missed.
Are you spending your Sunday catching up with last week's news? Here's 10 stories you may have missed about Birmingham this week:
Birmingham to Investigate South's Liquor License: The city announced Tuesday that would also investigate how Class C "quota" licenses are distributed.
In Light of Racial Note, Seaholm Students Say It's 'Cool to Care': Members of the Seaholm student group Birmingham Voice are trying to fight incidents of bullying and racism at the high school.
More Bike Racks Coming Soon to Downtown Birmingham: The Birmingham City Commission approved a plan to install 42 new bike racks throughout downtown Birmingham Monday.
After Shooting, South Owners Ask to be 'Part of the Solution': Owners say they're dedicated to improving public safety in town and suggest a taskforce to study the issue.
Farmington Hills Man Arrested in Cab Driver Assault, Credit Card Theft at Corner Bar: Pulled from the police blotter, this incident includes a cab driver being beaten up on Bird Avenue.
Check Out a Good Book, Visit a State Park This Summer: Baldwin Public Library is participating in a program that allows library patrons to "check out" passes to Michigan state parks.
Visions for Vacancies: What Should Happen to the Old Olga's Spot?: Suggestions so far include an independent bookstore and vegetarian restaurant.
Seaholm Softball Defeats Ferndale Twice: Pulled from our sports highlights blog, a report on the Seaholm Maples' defeat of Ferndale in a softball double header on Tuesday.
Detroit Woman Wins First Place in Michigan Fine Arts Competition: The list of winners also includes artists from Troy and Bloomfield Hills. An exhibit of the winners are currently on display at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center.
Attention High School Jewelers: Submit Your Works for Annual Competition: Entries are now being accepted for the annual Jewelers of Birmingham High School Jewelry Competition.