News Nearby: Oakland County's 40-Under-40 Winner Is a Bloomfield Hills Resident
Happening around Clawson this week: Police make an arrest in the case of a murdered West Bloomfield police officer and Royal Oak studies recent suicides at Target Sports.
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 Clawson, along Woodward Avenue and beyond.
Here's what's been happening nearby this week:
Bloomfield Hills entrepreneur Erica Coulston received the Oakland County 40 Under 40 Award this week, introducing Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson during Thursday's State of the County Address.
WEST BLOOMFIELD: Arrest Made in West Bloomfield Father of Seven's Murder
Detroit Police initially had no leads in the case of Samir Hannawa, who was killed in early November in Detroit. Now police believe a Detroit man, arrested for another murder in early January, may be responsible for Hannawa's death.
The hometown company creates the ultimate "haircut experience" for men and has now expanded to eight different states.
City officials are looking for ways to reduce the risks of suicide in Royal Oak after two people committed suicide at Woodward Avenue's Target Sports.
Ferndale residents share recent owl sightings. "A lot of folks don't realize they're there because they're out doing their thing at night," a biologist says.
Berkley and Huntington Woods will be host to a dozen pieces of art from the Detroit Institute of Art from July to August this year.
Birmingham Superintendent Daniel Nerad listed his administration's plans for upping security at all Birmingham school buildings during the Tuesday night school board meeting.