3 hrs ago
Eaten at 220 Recently? Write a Review on Birmingham Patch
The Birmingham Patch directory is filled with objective information about hundreds of local businesses, but there's also room for you to tell your neighbors - and the businesses - what you think about their services and products.
4 hrs ago
Birmingham Police Make Drunken Driving, Marijuana-Related Arrests
Officers with the Birmingham Police Department stopped several motorists on suspicion of operating while under the influence or being in a vehicle in the presence of illegal drugs over the past week.
4 hrs ago
Birmingham Community Honors Veterans at Annual Parade
Hundreds of Birmingham-area residents honored and represented the community as well as local veterans during the Celebrate Birmingham Parade downtown on Sunday.
4 hrs ago
Woman's Fatality in Birmingham a Freakish Incident, Police Say
The investigation into the crash that killed a Roseville woman in a downtown Birmingham parking lot last week technically remains open, but police said they believe they have a good understanding of what happened.
Mon May 20, 2013
Rediscovered Furniture in Berkley Restores, Customizes High-End Pieces
One Berkley business owner is bringing to life the old adage "one man's trash is another man's treasure." Becky Jaglois transforms distressed high-end furniture into custom pieces through various painting and papering techniques at Rediscovered Furniture, which she opened in February at 3125 W. 12 Mile Road.
Plymouth Township Observer
Woodward Avenue charrette kicks off in Birmingham
A three-day charrette to help design a new master plan for Woodward Avenue kicked off Monday in downtown Birmingham with a spirited discussion on what would make for a better corridor.
Beverly Hills Eccentric
Learning about America: Journalists from Georgia (the one in Europe) tour the area
Six journalists from the eastern European country of Georgia visited the Birmingham and Detroit area recently as part of the Open World Leadership Program sponsored by the U.S. Congress to promote understanding for emerging leaders of participating countries and their U.S. counterparts.
Sun May 19, 2013
Poppleton Park Home for Sale Includes Pool Room, Table
This house at 274 Abbey Street in Birmingham is listed for sale at $429,000. It has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 1,697 square feet.
Thefts Reported at Seaholm, New Birmingham Business
Locker theft at high school A student's cell phone and cash were taken from a locker at Seaholm High School last week, reports said.
Going Gluten-Free at the Birmingham Farmers Market
The Birmingham Farmers Market , which continues its 11th season Sunday, draws fun and interesting characters to town every year.
FUNdraising for ART in Ferndale and More in Patch Local Voices
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Double Up Brings Custom Streetwear to Ferndale
Double Up, a custom streetwear boutique that opened Friday at 22730 Woodward Ave.
Lathrup Village Eccentric
Walk this way
Co-founder of the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute, Burden is one of the nation's most recognized authorities on walkability, bicycle and pedestrian programs.
Detroit Free Press
Memorial Day Ceremonies and Parades
'In Honor of ALL Fallen Soldiers,' sponsored by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 552 and American Legion Post 67.
Sat May 18, 2013
New Sweets Shop, Sidewalk Cafe and More Restaurant News
If you're hungry for the latest restaurant news from around Oakland County, we've got you covered! Read on to find out what's new, what's closed, what's coming and more.
Woman Killed Trying to Push Car and More News Nearby
Every Saturday, Patch will help you catch up with the big news happening in nearby towns, bringing you stories from Patch sites along Woodward Avenue and beyond.
Fri May 17, 2013
Car condos proposed for former General Motors site in Pontiac
The planned M1 Concourse is envisioned to include a restaurant, members' clubhouse, events theater and test track, as well as car condos.
Knoxville News Sentinel
Suppliers see little improvement in relationship with automakers, survey finds
The rebounding auto industry is dependent on a strong supplier base to thrive, but a sweeping survey released this week suggests major automakers are complacent about strengthening this key relationship.
'He was a Gift to His Students'
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Touch-A-Truck, Ice Show and More in Birmingham This Weekend
Looking for something to do this weekend in or around Birmingham? Here are some ideas: Birmingham area 10 a.m. Saturday, May 18 Bingham Farms Elementary School , 23400 W 13 Mile Road, Bingham Farms Children will have the opportunity to see the big rigs up close and personal that they have admired from afar.