5 Stories You May Have Missed This Week
A recap of the top headlines on Troy Patch from July 9-15.
A lot happened last week, and we want to make sure you didn't miss the top headlines on Troy Patch. Here are five of our biggest, most-read stories from the past week:
- Troy Mayor Challenges Recall Petition Signatures Just Before Deadline. Janice Daniels sent a letter Thursday to the Oakland County Elections Division challenging some of the signatures just 10 minutes before the 4:30 p.m. deadline.
- Rifle-Toting Teen Found Not Guilty; Jury Says: 'We Upheld the Law'. A seven-member jury found Troy's Sean Combs not guilty of disturbing the peace and brandishing a firearm Thursday after the 18-year-old was discovered carrying a firearm in downtown Birmingham in April.
- UPDATED: Troy Police Cruiser Swerves, Flips Over to Avoid Collision. The officer was responding to the area near Maple and Thunderbird roads Monday night to assist Birmingham Police in locating a speeding motorcyclist.
- Road Commission to Begin Resurfacing Livernois, 14 Mile Roads. Construction will begin in the next few days and continue throughout most of the summer.
- Council Mulls Over Resolution to Allow Smart Meter Opt-Out. The new "smart" meters wirelessly transmit usage information to the utility company.