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Week In Review: Teen Sues Birmingham, Seaholm Wins Rivalry Football Game

Here's 10 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 10 stories you may have missed about Birmingham this week:

Rifle-Toting Teen Sues City of Birmingham for Violating His Civil Rights

Sean Combs, 18, was arrested for carrying a rifle in downtown Birmingham in April; he was found not guilty of disturbing the peace and brandishing a firearm in July.

Seaholm Stuns Groves With 22-15 Win During Crosstown Rivalry Game

Seaholm also takes home a victory in Birmingham Patch's school spirit contest, uploading more than 80 photos and videos of Maple pride.

Trio of Women Believed to be Behind Credit Card Theft at J. McLaughlin

Also in this week's police blotter, jewelry was taken during a home invasion on East 14 Mile, a car was stolen on Maryland last weekend, and various lawn equipment was reported stolen from front yards and garages.

The superstar couple was believed to have been spotted Wednesday at Birmingham's Social Kitchen and Bar.

The Tigers last played in the World Series in 2006 and took the title in 1984.

Birmingham Welcomes New Fire Marshal

Lyal Bigger, who will work as a part-time assistant fire chief and fire marshal in Birmingham, fills a position that's been vacant for more than a year.

New Website Seeks to Answer Questions on City Charter Amendment

Residents will vote this November on an amendment to the Birmingham City Charter that will make the sale of city-owned properties easier.

The donation from Mauro Bianchini will go towards offsetting the $30,000 price tag for the new artificial holiday tree, which has drawn criticism for its high costs.

Reconnect with Old Classmates Through the New BPS Alumni Association Website

If you're a Seaholm or Groves graduate, catch up with your high school friends.

Who's Going to State Tennis and Girls Golf Finals

Seaholm and Detroit Country Day sent teams to the girls golf finals this weekend, while the Maples, Falcon and Yellowjackets were represented at the boys tennis finals.

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