Week In Review: Zumba and Kilwins Closes, Junior League Combats Human Trafficking
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:
The small Mexican restaurant on West Maple closed its Birmingham location after opening in June 2011.
In addition, Principal Shopping District Director John Heiney said a deal is already in the works for the newly-vacated Zumba Mexican Grille space on Maple.
The most-visited business downtown is the Palladium 12 Theater and the amount spent by Birmingham shoppers continues to decline, according to a new market analysis on the Principal Shopping District.
Trader Joe's much-anticipated opening in Bloomfield Plaza is less than a week away.
Also in this week's police blotter, a Birmingham resident on Southfield Road claims several pieces of gold jewelry were taken from her home.
A Building Program, crafted by a joint committee of library board members and city commissioners in December, details plans to expand Birmingham's library by 9,000 square feet.
After launching in Birmingham in mid-August, Parkmobile, a way to pay for your parking meter using your smartphone, celebrated its official ribbon cutting Thursday.
Timothy Mullins, attorney for Birmingham Public Schools, says the lawsuit filed in November by two Derby Middle School parents lacks merit.
The Junior League of Birmingham will join SOAP, a nonprofit run by Birmingham native and human trafficking survivor Theresa Flores, during the 2013 North American International Auto Show.
Birmingham's Townsend Hotel will exhibit the works of Michigan-based photographer Leona Webb through Jan. 31.
Macomb Township resident and Birmingham hairdresser Ashley Palenkas was the first eliminated from 'The Bachelor' Monday night.
Starring several Birmingham and Bloomfield Township residents, this mystery play is based on a novel by Agatha Christie.