Week in Review: Security Upped at Troy Schools, City Unveils New Website, Fights Break Out at Sears, Troy Sports Center
Here's 10 stories you may have missed on Troy Patch this week.
Are you spending your Sunday catching up on last week's news? Here are the top 10 stories you may have missed about Troy this week:
"In the wake of last Friday’s tragedy in Connecticut, we are in the process of taking a closer look at the security of our school buildings and the protection of our students and staff," Troy Schools Superintendent Barbara Fowler wrote in a recent letter
The two women are no longer allowed on Sears property.
The Leonard Elementary School Student Council recently held a winter gear drive for homeless veterans in southeast Michigan.
The website is designed to be more user-friendly and visually appealing.
The businesses are recognized for their outstanding physical investments in the City of Troy.
Students, parents and alumni from Troy and Athens high schools took to social media Wednesday night to discuss the brawl.
Here are ten ways to have fun and spread holiday cheer in Troy without breaking the bank.
Our Patches across the country will take part in a Web Moment of Silence on Friday, and Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has requested that state residents pause to remember those lost last week.
Whether you're looking for part-time seasonal work or a career job in your field, there are plenty of job openings in Troy. Here are a few of the latest.
Tinker is available for adoption through Paws for Life Rescue in Troy.