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:
Baldwin Library Board on Guns in Libraries: "We Can't Let the Issue Die"
The Library Board will start looking for ways to advocate for House Bills 4104 and 4105, which would ban concealed and openly-carried guns in Michigan libraries.
Substitute Teacher Facing Sex Crime Charges Worked 'Across the District'
Andrew Montgomery Howell, a certified teacher charged with sexual assault, worked for a private staffing company contracted by Farmington Public Schools.
Teens Arrested in Rochester Hills Home Invasion Case
Two teens face felony home invasion charges after police say they broke into a Rochester Hills home and stole jewelry and electronics. The investigation remains open and police said the pair could be linked to crimes in other communities.
Former Mayor of Troy Endorses Dane Slater in Special Election
Jeanne M. Stine, who served as Mayor from 1992-2001, worked with Slater when he served as a Troy Police Captain.
Police Detain Intruders at Eagle Elementary School
The West Bloomfield Police Department is investigating whether the two men were after copper in the vacant building.