Park Developments, New City Seal and Food Trucks Top This Week's News
Here are the top 10 stories read this week on Rochester Patch.
Donation Will Help Develop 70-Acre Park in Rochester Hills: Mayor Bryan Barnett announced the development of Riverbend Park at his State of the City address; a donation from longtime residents Steve and Darlene Stolaruk will make it happen.
Rochester Unveils New Seal, Slogan (Because It's 'Where You Live'): During his State of the City Address, Mayor Stuart Bikson announced a new marketing campaign for the city.
Rochester Congressman Leads New U.S. Senate Poll: Rep. Mike Rogers is a frontrunner for the GOP nomination to the senate seat that is being vacated by Carl Levin.
Food Trucks Will Make A Stop This Spring in Downtown Rochester: You've probably seen them at Eastern Market, in downtown Royal Oak or parked outside businesses in Troy. Now, the mobile restaurants will be an attraction at "Deck Art" fest in May.
How to Sign Up for Community Garden in Rochester or Rochester Hills: Here's how you can be part of the cities' gardening projects.
Police Investigate Break-In at Rochester Hills AT&T Store: Nothing was taken from the store, but the front door was shattered, police say.
What Will 1.25 Million Recycling 'Points' Buy? Greener Schools in Rochester Hills: City residents came together and gave Recyclebank points to two elementary schools during monthlong campaign.
Dancing Mayor Tells the Rochester Hills Story: Mayor Bryan Barnett performs the Harlem Shake on the big screen at Emagine Theatre — but his staff has work to do.
Watch Rochester's James Young Dunk for Regional Title: Led by the star senior's 27 points and 11 rebounds, the Falcons beat Lahser on Wednesday; they advance to the MHSAA quarterfinals.
Rochester-Area Catholics React to Election of Pope Francis: 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.