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Righetti's coaching days coming to an end at Roeper

Time is flying like a well-executed fast break for Ernie Righetti.

Roeper’s longtime girls basketball coach will be taking his Roughriders into the state tournament for the last time starting next week. 861 more words


A bit of revenge! Groves cagers sink Seaholm, 41-36

When the boys basketball teams from Seaholm and Groves last met back on Feb. 2, the visiting Maples rallied from a five-point deficit in the final minute to leave with a stunning 49-48 triumph. 472 more words


Holinski's late bucket lifts Marian past King, 50-49

Kara Holinski’s basket with just six seconds remaining in regulation time lifted Marian to a thrilling 50-49 victory over Detroit Martin Luther King in the Operation Friendship Game played Thursday. 495 more words


Review: Peel & Stone's Back Room Brunch

Peel & Stone started life as a bakery, under the arches in the Jewellery Quarter. Selling fresh bread, daily baked treats and interesting lunch options, their little shop quite quickly became a big hit in Birmingham. 252 more words

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Rice skiers eight points shy of Petoskey for D-2 title

Birmingham Brother Rice fell a bit short in its quest to capture a second state boys ski championship in program history Monday at Nub’s Nob. 356 more words


Marian cagers reclaim Catholic League championship

Birmingham Marian captured its 14th Catholic League championship Sunday at the University of Detroit Mercy’s Calihan Hall. It came at the expense of the same foe it defeated for its 13th title two seasons ago. 234 more words


Bloomfield's Reed wins MHSAA's Scholar-Athlete Award

Diane Katherine Reed from Bloomfield Hills High School is the latest Eccentric-area athlete to win the MHSAA’s Scholar-Athlete Award.

Reed, known to many as Annie, is among a group of 14 scholarship winners representing Class A member schools. 692 more words