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Photo credit to Rochester Hills Patch and <a href=The Village will soon be welcoming Hepburn's Crepes and Coffee to the center. You'll be able to find it behind Max & Erma's, previously where Tie the Knot pretzel shop was located.

Read more about the opening from Kristin Bull at Rochester Hills Patch here.

Also in the news, for those who have not yet heard, the Village will be getting a taste of Mexican food before the end of the year. Kristin Bull again reported that the Village's Cosi will be replaced by Chipotle before the end of the year. Click here to read more from Kristin.

Photo credit to Rochester Hills Patch's Salam Zahr.

Village of Rochester Hills welcomes Portrait InnovationsPortrait Innovations has joined the list of merchants at The Village of Rochester Hills and have announced its official grand opening on May 10, 2011. The Village welcomes Portrait Innovations as the latest addition to its collection of fine shopping and dining establishments.

Portrait Innovations opened its first store in 2002 in Charlotte, NC. The company now operates more than 200 stores across the country, and the Village location is the eighth to open in Michigan. Their Village of Rochester Hills store is up and running, with its official grand opening on May 10th.

WIN a holiday dinner for 8 from Whole Foods!Having the family over for the holidays? Want to WIN a complete holiday meal* from Whole Foods Market that serves up to 8 people? Here's how!

Post a photo of your favorite Christmas tree or holiday ornament on the Village Facebook Page. The photo with the most "likes" or "comments" by Tuesday, December 21st at noon will receive the FREE dinner!

*Holiday meal includes: 12lb Whole-Roasted Turkey, Classic Mashed Potatoes, Traditional Herb Stuffing, Green Beans, Fresh Cranberry Relish & Turkey Gravy.

The third annual Brooksie Way Half Marathon is scheduled to take place on Sunday, October 3 from 8:00am - 12:00pm. County Executive L. Brooks Patterson began the Brooksie Way races to promote Oakland County and encourage people to become more physically active. Race proceeds support programs that encourage healthy and active lifestyle and are distributed through Brooksie Way mini grants.