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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