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:
Former Birmingham Resident Part of Boy Scout Child Sex Abuse Documents
The Boy Scouts of America recently released files on thousands of expelled and blacklisted leaders, including 171 cases in Michigan and one involving a former Birmingham resident from the 1960's.
According to Birmingham City Clerk Laura Broski, 40 percent of the absentee ballots issued have already been returned. All absentee ballots are due by 8 p.m. on Election Day.
Voting in Birmingham: What's On the Local Ballot this November
Before you head to the polls on Nov. 6, Patch is reminding you what's on the ballot in Michigan, Oakland County and Birmingham. This week, here's a rundown of what's on the local ballot, including a school board race and city charter amendment.
Birmingham Schools Have a New Buyer for Administration Building
After two deals to purchase the building at 550 W. Merrill fell through this year, Merrill Street Investments agrees to purchase the building for $2 million.
Elaine Morse, a former trustee at Baldwin Public Library who passed away in April, will be honored with a poetry reading by Milford author Thomas Lynch Sunday.
Birmingham Parents Urge Shoppers to Make 'Bids for Kids' During Walking Auction
During the week of Nov. 3-10, bid on prizes at more than 50 downtown shops and restaurants, and you'll be helping Birmingham Public Schools.
Birmingham Students Dive Into Science With 'Medicine that Matters' Program
The year-long program, funded in part by a grant from the Birmingham Education Foundation, will focus on the world of medicine and integrate a Scientist in Residence program and college mentoring.
Experience Old Hollywood With the Village Players' 'Sunset Boulevard'
The Birmingham Village Players continues their 90th season with 'Sunset Boulevard,' with the opening night curtain going up at 8 p.m. Nov. 2.
January Trial Set for Driver Who Crashed Into Brooks Patterson
Anthony Prainito, 31, the driver of the Volkswagen Passat that Patterson's Chrysler 300 crashed into in Auburn Hills on Aug. 10, faces three misdemeanor charges.
Need To Know: Getting Rid of Your Fall Leaves
Whether your street has a curb or not, here's everything you need to know about Birmingham's leaf pick-up service.