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:
Drunk Man Hit on Woodward Early Wednesday Morning
The Farmington Hills man was transported to the hospital with a broken leg and bruises, then cited for causing an accident after he was hit near Woodward and Oak Street.
Police Searching for Three Young Men After Multiple Thefts at Seaholm
Police were called to the high school Wednesday after students reported a stolen laptop, cell phones, checkbooks and more.
Also in this week's police blotter, Birmingham police arrested three drunk drivers and a diamond ring and gold bracelet go missing from a local home.
Birmingham Schools to Implement New Security Policies Starting Tuesday
Beginning this week, new security guards are now stationed at locked front doors at all Birmingham school buildings. In addition, Pierce Elementary began a test of an intercom-based visitor notification system.
Pierce Parent Asks Birmingham to 'Bet On Our Youth' at March Fundraiser
Betting On Our Youth, a Las Vegas-themed fundaiser at the Townsend Hotel, will raise money for technology purchases and enrichment programs at the Birmingham elementary school.
Birmingham Welcomes New Ducati Dealership on Woodward
On Monday night, the Birmingham City Commission approved a request to open a Ducati motorcycle dealership next door to Auto Europe on Woodward.
Could a New Office Building Be on the Way for the Rail District?
The final site plans for a dental office at the east end of Lincoln was approved by the Planning Board last week.
Planning Board Says Yes to Crush's Request for Economic Development License
After first going for bistro license, the proposed restaurant looking to move in on South Old Woodward — Crush — is now aiming for approval with a different kind of liquor license.
Farmers Market to Stay Open a Little Later This Year
A fan of the Birmingham Farmers Market? Responding to the demand of farmers, the market will stay open until 3 p.m. in 2013.
Find Seasonal Work at Birmingham's Summer Job Fair
During the job fair, representatives from the city will be available to talk about open positions at the city's golf courses, park maintenance department and more.
Does your child want to play soccer, baseball, lacrosse or softball this spring? Here's what you need to know about registering for Birmingham's various youth sport leagues.
Seaholm Lacrosse Player Named a MHSAA Scholar-Athlete Finalist
Two athletes from Detroit Country Day and Cranbrook are also among the 120 student athletes competing for a $1,000 scholarship that looks at a student's academic and athletic success.