News Nearby: Former Bloomfield Township Supervisor Dies, Troy Students Break Donation Record
Happening around West Bloomfield this week: A Birmingham high school student passes away after a long battle with cancer and a new Ferndale group focuses on those touched by adoption.
You know what's happening in your neck of the woods, but how about the news nearby? Every Saturday, Patch will bring you the big (and interesting) stories from Patch sites near West Bloomfield, along Woodward Avenue and beyond.
Here's what's been happening nearby this week:
The former teacher and World War II veteran spent more than three decades in leadership at Bloomfield Township.
Collin Trask, who was diagnosed with a meduloblastoma in his brain and spinal cord when he was in seventh grade, passed away Tuesday. He was 18 years old.
A 54-year-old Milford woman faces a drunken driving charge, after telling Farmington Hills Police that she was out trying to find her cheating husband.
Charity Week benefit raises over $41,000 for nonprofit organization Angels of Hope.
In honor of Black History Month, Patch takes a closer look at sneaker boutique Burn Rubber and its owner Ro Coit, who has attracted the attention of many, including rapper Eminem.
The growing group is open to area residents who have been touched by adoption.
Jeff Jenks will help shape the organization's transportation policies and advocate for them in Congress and within President Barack Obama's administration.