Berkley Restaurants Honored, Phone Scam Targets Elderly Woman and More News This Week
Here's what happened in and around Berkley and Huntington Woods.
We shared a lot of good information last week and want to make sure you didn't miss a thing, so here are some highlights.
- Who's Hiring in Oakland County This Week: Are you looking for a job and don't mind traveling a bit from home? We've found a dozen jobs available from around Oakland County, from a Nordstrom cashier to the dancing street advertiser for Liberty Tax Service.
- Metro Detroit Food Critic Recommends Two Berkley Restaurants: Crispelli's Bakery & Pizzeria and Vinsetta Garage are among the 13 venues where Molly Abraham suggests diners can expand their horizons in 2013.
- Zazios to Close, Hippies Pizza Delivers Late-Night Convenience and More Restaurant News: Sip and savor your way around Oakland County's eateries with Patch.
- Huntington Woods City Commissioner in D.C. for Stabenow Swearing-In: Jules Olsman was in Washington on Thursday with the Michigan senator.
- Elderly Woman Loses $1,876 in Phone Scam: The Huntington Woods Public Safety Department supplied the following information.
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- Rep. Gary Peters Lambasts GOP Over 'Fiscal Cliff' Delay: "In the New Year, we must come together to achieve long-term solutions to our nation’s financial challenges," the Michigan lawmaker urges.
- 20 Ways to Go Green in 2013: If your New Year's resolution is to live a greener lifestyle, check out these ideas to help you stick to your plan, Berkley and Huntington Woods. Leave a comment to share your favorite tip!
- How Many Votes Did Berkley, Huntington Woods Lawmakers Miss in 2012?: The cities' representatives in the Michigan House and Senate had nearly perfect voting records.
- How to Keep Your New Year's Resolution: Consider these five tips to help you stay on track to achieve your goals for 2013, Berkley and Huntington Woods!
- Christmas is Over – Now What Do I Do With My Tree?: Find out how to recycle your Christmas tree in Berkley and Huntington Woods.
- Shaarey Zedek Rabbi Emeritus Irwin Groner Dies: The 81-year-old Southfield resident was elected 'Rabbi of the congregation for life' in 1978.
- Huntington Woods-Berkley Patch 2012 Virtual Time Capsule (With Photos, Video): Wild weather, power outages, deadly shootings, a presidential election and, of course, Gangnam Style are among the defining moments, stories and pop culture phenomena that made the year unique.
- Huntington Woods-Berkley Patch's 10 Most Popular Stories of 2012: The most-read stories included a bank robbery and shooting, a millage request, lots of restaurant news and more!