Week in Review: Berkley Days, Coolidge Construction, Mayor Dies and More

Here's what happened in and around Berkley and Huntington Woods last week.

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:

  • : Huntington Woods road construction project from 10 Mile to 11 Mile will last all summer, forcing drivers to get creative with routes in and around the city.
  • : Popular Taste of Berkley, races, raffles and more are on tap for the annual community event that kicks off May 12.
  • : New president of the Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce works hard to make connections.
  • : Local leaders recall Kuhn as a 'gentleman' and 'true public servant.'
  • : Team's Nintendo-themed performance in Robofashion and Dance category earns it a chance to compete at World Championship in May.
  • : Do you think bikers should be required to wear a helmet?
  • : William Robinson, who has Alzheimer's disease, told police he had been staying in abandoned houses.
  • : Students at the Berkley school embark on an interactive journey aboard the legendary ship to mark its 100th anniversary.
  • : Jewish Community Center will host filmmaker Galit Roichman and some shows will play at Emagine in Royal Oak, too.
  • : Catch up on local high school sports games from throughout the week.
  • : Students from Berkley and Royal Oak clean up battered Detroit park in an effort to create change.
  • : Berkley offers a map of a bicycle path around the city.
  • : Michigan, which was the 48th state to pass anti-bullying legislation, is expected to open a clinic May 4 to help victims of bullying, bullies, bystanders and families.















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