Hospital Reverses Policy on Dr. Fata's Patient Records, and More From Patch
Here are the top five stories of the day, from our Patch sites in southeast Michigan.
Families of Dr. Fata's Patients Can Receive Records From Crittenton For Free: Former patients of the doctor demanded that the hospital reverse its existing policy, which assessed a fee for records requested by a lawyer or for personal use.
Charles Foster, Missing Dearborn Teen, Reunited With Family : A Royal Oak resident spotted the teenager near 12 Mile Road and Campbell on Wednesday morning.
Dearborn Council Tables First Reading of Garage Ordinance: The ordinance would prohibit converting a garage into a living space.
Northville's Amy Yakima Wins 'So You Think You Can Dance': “Winning the show is a dream come true,” Yakima said. “I never thought I would even make it to Vegas, and I had no idea what a crazy journey this show would take me on!”
MJR Troy Grand Update: Groundbreaking, Public Hearing Scheduled: Plans for the MJR Troy Grand Digital Cinema 16 was announced in May and is estimated at $16 million to build.