Week in Review: Cupcakes, Bobcats, Community Outlook
Here's a look at the most-read stories on Rochester Patch.
Did you miss the news this week? Here's a look back.
Rochester Hills Rock Star Cupcakes are Headed to War: Rockin' Cupcakes shop owners will compete on season premiere of Food Network's 'Cupcake Wars.'
Increased Security Coming Soon to Rochester Schools: Video intercom systems on the front entryways and card-reader access systems on the rest of the doors are the start of a long-term discussion of safety in the school buildings.
Paint Creek Cider Mill to Reopen With Vintage Vibe, Fresh Menu, Year-Round Hours: "The place means a lot to me," proprietor Ed Granchi says of the Oakland Township landmark that will be back in business March 1.
Did a Bobcat Run Through Rochester Hills Back Yard?: Not likely - though anything is possible, area wildlife experts say.
McMillin Bill Would Let Michigan Schools Opt Out of Common Curriculum: But Rochester's school leader says the "Common Core" standards are needed to create equal opportunity across the country.
Another Sheriff's Deputy Injured in Accident in Rochester Hills: The deputy was treated and released after incident on Tienken Road.
Leaders: Life is Good in Rochester, Rochester Hills, Oakland Township: Businesses are expanding and people are building homes (including one that's 43,000 square feet). Here's a look at more good news revealed at annual Community Outlook Luncheon.
Shelby Township Will Help Rochester Improve Crossing on Dequindre: A safer crosswalk for bikers and pedestrians will be built this year.
What is Rochester's Restaurant of the Year?: We asked; here's what you had to say.
OU Coach Francis, a Victim of Abuse, Honored for Courage: The Oakland University women's basketball coach will receive a "Most Courageous Award" during NCAA Final Four.