Week In Review: Man Sentenced in Ponzi Scheme, Two Injured in Rollover Crash
Spend your Sunday catching up with the top 10 stories from West Bloomfield Patch.
Are you spending your Sunday catching up with the news from the week? Here's 10 stories you may have missed on West Bloomfield Patch:
A West Bloomfield resident was transported to the hospital after his car overturned in a crash at Orchard Lake and Powers roads Sunday.
Charles David Eizelman pleaded guilty to one count of false pretenses in August 2012 after scamming several seniors in 2005.
Officers arrested a 16-year-old girl who threatened her father with a kitchen knife during an argument in their home earlier this week.
Patch blogger Ronelle Grier gives readers a first-hand look at the trial of a West Bloomfield woman charged in the shooting death of her grandson.
The Pontiac School District is looking to borrow $8 million to pay unpaid teacher premiums and avoid taxing the residents in the district's eight communities, including West Bloomfield and Sylvan Lake.
First round grant applications approved include major awards for programs that encourage girls to investigate STEM careers, encourage teacher leadership and minority student achievement.
West Bloomfield's newest representative in the Michigan House of Representatives visited five classes at Sheiko earlier this week.
"Voting is a fundamental right of American citizenship and I encourage young people to begin voting as soon as they're eligible," Oakland County Clerk Lisa Brown says.
The white smoke appeared on Wednesday, signaling the conclave had chosen Argentinian Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio to be the new head of the Catholic Church.
This West Bloomfield Patch reader says Michigan's controversial new right-to-work law is a step in the right direction that unions can't change.