Thursday, November 15, 2012
Check out some of the top hyperlocal tweeters.
The following list is in no particular order. Know a really great West Bloomfield area-related Twitter user missing from the list? Tell us in the comments section! Follow the conversation at twitter.com/wbloomfldpatch.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Local restauranteur Matt Prentice offers a take-out turkey meal that won't disappoint.
Got enough on your plate this Thanksgiving even without thinking about the food? Let the professionals take over with this unique holiday opportunity offered by one of the West Bloomfield area's best-known culinary experts. Matt Prentice, the restauranteur behind the new Morels in Farmington Hills, offers a "Thanksgiving-to-Go" feast for families this Turkey Day, according to a news release. On the menu are an organic spinach harvest salad, roasted Michigan-raised turkey, whipped potatoes, Michigan spaghetti squash, braised red cabbage and Jayme's Pumpkin Cheesecake. Add-ons available include jumbo shrimp and Morel's mushroom bisque. The cost is $25 per-person with a minimum order for six people. Morels, formerly located along Telegraph …
Check out some of the top hyperlocal pages available on Facebook.
The following list is in no particular order. Know a really great West Bloomfield area-related Facebook page missing from the list? Tell us in the comments section! Follow the conversation at facebook.com/wbloomfldpatch.
Sunday, October 28, 2012
You don't need to be an urban planner to know what West Bloomfield needs from this vacancy. Talk about it on Patch.
Unlike the trees which used to grow there, nothing has come of the former Eaton Nursery site since business packed up and left Maple Road in between Farmington Road and Daly Road in West Bloomfield. Patch wants to know: What's your vision for this building? According to the township, the land, on about five acres for $650,000, is recommended for child care centers, nursing and convalescent homes, senior housing, or senior assisted living. It has "excellent" visibility with an estimated 28,000 vehicles driving by 264 feet of frontage every day. You don't need to be a commercial developer or urban planner — or have money to invest in a business project — to have the next great idea. We want to hear about it.