A lot happened this past week both in and around the Bloomfield area, and we wanted to make sure you got a peek at some other stories you might have missed.
Here's what happened nearby this week:
Birmingham Superintendent Daniel Nerad listed his administration's plans for upping security at all Birmingham school buildings during the Tuesday night school board meeting.
Royal Oak Pushes for Suicide Prevention In Wake of Gun Range Tragedies
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.
Royal Oak looks to curb 'dangerous' dog incidents.
the Royal Oak City Commission is looking at putting some teeth into the city's dog ordinance.
Mayor Pro Tem Patricia Capello, a longtime volunteer of the Royal Oak Animal Shelter, outlined a list of recommendations Monday night aimed at protecting citizens and domestic animals from dogs that owners fail to control.
Whiz Kid: Victoria Lines of Troy Wins at Miss Michigan Feeder Pageant
17-year-old Troy High student, who dreams of a career in front of a news camera, excels in dance and community service.
Palace and Police: Those Bon Jovi Tickets May Be Fakes
Before tickets to Bon Jovi's "Because We Can" tour went on sale Friday morning, officials at Palace Sports & Entertainment issued a clear warning: Beware of counterfeit tickets sold through unauthorized vendors.
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.