Week in Review: Fourth of July, Casey Anthony and More

Check out lighthearted fare and breaking news from Berkley and Huntington Woods.

It was busy this week in Berkley and Huntington Woods, so we'd like to catch you up on what's new in the neighborhood. Here are some of the highlights.

  • Berkley and Huntington Woods celebrated Fourth of July in style Monday. during a ceremony at the new Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 19, facility in Berkley. Over in Huntington Woods, and over .
  • On Tuesday, we reported that the has scored a new tenant. to leave John Lindell Ice Arena in Royal Oak.
  • In , we asked if you agree with the verdict in the Casey Anthony trial. The 25-year-old Florida mother was found not guilty on a first-degree murder charge that could have led to the death penalty. We'll post your answers next week.
  • Youngsters in two Huntington Woods Parks & Recreation fruit camps got a treat Thursday when members of the stopped by with a fire truck and squad car. Kids ages 3- to 4-years-old in Camp Apples and those ages 4 and 5 in Camp Bananas used the powerful fire hose to douse faux flames in a burning house prop set up in the parking lot. We posted to give you a peek at the action.
  • On Friday, we wrapped up our 10-part Summer Fun series, which offered up ideas on how to keep your children busy during summer vacation.

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