Week in Review: New Pizzeria, OU Growth, Superintendent Deal

Here's a list of the top stories last week on Rochester Patch.

The following stories were originally posted on Rochester Patch between Sept. 17 and Sept. 22.

  • : He told his wife he was having chest pains, according to a police report.
  • Newest Pizzeria in Rochester Hills Was Inspired By Detroit's Eastern Market: The menu at 112 Pizzeria Bistro is small but brilliant, the owner is a lifelong foodie and the pizza — well, you'll just have to read the review.
  • OU's Enrollment Grows: But Where?: Here's a look at the schools that have seen the most gains in students at Oakland University.
  • Rochester Hills Mom Plans Dance Party to Build a Well in Ethiopia: The Tuesday night event in downtown Rochester will raise money to build a well in Ethiopia.
  • OU's Newest Addition is All About Health and Healing: It's called the Human Health Building; inside, 4,000 nursing, physical therapy and other health sciences students are learning amid innovation.
  • : There's more downtown Rochester history to be uncovered; this time, it's inside the former Mind Body & Spirits.
  • Donated Garden Plot + Donated Plants + Donated Time = Food Pantry Harvest: Read how the Rochester community came together to raise organic vegetables for those in need.
  • L. Brooks Patterson Ticketed for Not Wearing His Seatbelt in August Crash: The Oakland County executive paid the $65 ticket Tuesday.
  • : The superintendent's severance hinges on whether he becomes employed by Bay-Arenac or another district in the next three months.
  • Couple Found Camping in Rochester Hills Back Yard Questioned in Break-In Nearby: The incidents happened near Hamlin and John R on Sunday morning in Rochester Hills.




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