Who's Hiring, Restaurant News, Crime Updates and More 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.
- Learn About Local Boy Scout Troops at Open House: The event, which will include representatives from Berkley, will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at Birmingham's Our Shepherd Lutheran Church.
- Should the Detroit Tigers' Torii Hunter Move to Berkley or Huntington Woods?: The team's newest player took to Twitter on Friday to ask for recommendations on places to stay in southeast Michigan.
- Love & Buttercream Opens, Local Kitchen and Bar to Add Lunch and More Restaurant News: Sip and savor your way around Oakland County's new eateries and find out which old favorites have closed or revamped their menus.
- Customized Men's Mountain Bike Taken From Garage on Borgman: The following information was supplied by the Huntington Woods Public Safety Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
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- This Thanksgiving, Help Patch Fight Hunger in Michigan: We want to give more to Gleaners Community Food Bank this holiday season. Shop our virtual food drive by Nov. 24 to join the fight.
- Patch's Holiday Event Guide for Metro Detroit 2012: Looking for some seasonal cheer within an hour's drive of Berkley and Huntington Woods? We've got the scoop on Christmas and Hanukkah lights, Santas, parades and more happening in our area.
- Optimists Honor Local High School Students: Students from Berkley High School, Shrine Catholic High School and Royal Oak High School shared their goals and ambitions over breakfast Wednesday in Royal Oak.
- Pampered Chef Cooks Up a Heaping Helping of Generosity: Get to know consultant Diane Haroutunian-Brus of Berkley, who will give a portion of proceeds from two holiday events to the American Red Cross to help with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
- What Wine Should You Buy for Thanksgiving Dinner?: Rene Parks of Westborn Market in Berkley suggests a variety of wines to complement your holiday meal and says this year's popular pick is late-harvest Rieslings from Michigan.
- June Moon Furniture Adds Commercial Line: "I just think it's really important that we, as Americans, buy local so we support our small businesses," says Berkley shop owner Maureen Popkin, whose new products will be made at factories in central and western Michigan.
- Cozy Up In Front of the Fireplace in This Berkley Bungalow: Take a peek inside the 1,392-square-foot home listed for sale for $179,987.
- Valuables Taken from Locked Vehicles: The following information was supplied by the Berkley Public Safety Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
- Find Out This Year's Holiday Mailing, Shipping Deadlines: The United States Postal Service has announced the dates for sending packages so they arrive by Christmas and the first deadline is Tuesday, Nov. 13.
- Jobs Open at Catching Fireflies, Salon Tru: Who's hiring in Berkley and Huntington Woods? Here's a sampling of ads to help you land just the right job!
- Hey, Berkley and Huntington Woods: Check Out These Holiday Gift Ideas for Teachers: Homemade presents, chocolates, charity donations and hand sanitizer in a cute holder are on the list this year. Leave a comment to share your suggestions!
- Hubcaps Taken from Matrix Motors Lot: The Berkley Public Safety Department supplied the following information. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
- Veterans, Students Connect at Berkley High School: Military Appreciation Day brings history to life for ninth-graders Friday.