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Week in Review: Crispelli's Adds Breakfast, Rezoning Ordinance Advances, SHW Group Expands and More

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.

  • : Patch asks Tigers expert and Fox Sports Detroit baseball announcer Mario Impemba to weigh in on the team's rocky regular season and its playoff quest.
  • Crispelli's Adds Breakfast to the Menu: French toast, Belgian waffles, eggs gratin, bacon, smoked salmon, pastries and more are now available at the Berkley restaurant seven mornings a week.
  • Ordinance to Rezone Property Near Vinsetta Garage for Parking Advances: The City Council approved a first reading of the measure this week; it will be back on the agenda Oct. 15.

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  • : Looking to move or just want a peek at what's listed? Here are some homes available in the area.
  • Your Guide to Halloween Events and Other Haunted Happenings in Metro Detroit: October brings a month of haunted happenings to metro Detroit. There's the Zoo Boo, Zombie Walks, pumpkin launches and more!
  • : Looking to move or just want a peek at what's listed? Here are some homes available in the area.
  • POLL: Who Won the Presidential Debate?: Barack Obama and Mitt Romney debated for the first time Wednesday night. How do you think they did?
  • SHW Group Builds Business in Berkley: The architecture and engineering firm on Coolidge Highway is adding 13,480 square feet to accommodate new employees and services.
  • Toxicology Report: No Alcohol Found in L. Brooks Patterson's Blood at Time of Crash: Hoping to put an end to innuendo, the Oakland County executive and his longtime driver, James Cram, released limited medical records Tuesday afternoon.
  • Local Barbershop Singers Get Ready for Annual Show: Two local choruses serenade Patch readers as a sneak preview for the event.
  • 8 Questions for Angell Elementary School Principal Anthony Stamm: Get to know the new administrator, including what he thinks makes a good teacher, his advice for students, his goals for the building and more.
  • Anti-Bullying Partnership Kicks Off in Berkley: The Berkley Rotary Club and Berkley School District have teamed up to launch the "Take a Stand – No Place for Hate" campaign.
  • : Detroit Zoo kicks off Halloween season with nine nights of ‘spooktacular’ fun.
  • Think Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness Events in Oakland County: From galas to walks to shopping, here's how you can participate, pledge support and donate to the cause in Oakland County.

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