Week in Review: Fatal Crash Verdict, New Hot Dog Joint, Berkley High Ranked, Pool Opens and More

Catch up on the news and features you might have missed last week.

Here's a chance to catch up on what was going on in Berkley and Huntington Woods last week:

  • : Sarah Gaynor was high and legally insane at the time of the March 2011 fiery crash that killed a Detroit man 'just minding his own business.'
  • : A new hot dog joint will open in Berkley. No date has been set yet, but many readers are chiming in about their anticipation for another local restaurant.
  • : Results this week show that Hazel Park is giving Huntington Woods a run for its money.
  • : It's perfect timing for the community aquatic center to open – a long holiday weekend and temperatures into the 90s are expected to bring a capacity crowd.
  • : After one month of work, Project Manager Larry Harworth gives his outlook on the progress of the northbound lane so far.
  • : It's been on hiatus for three years, but plans for to revive the fair bring all new treats for festival-goers in a whole new location.
  • New Testimony in of Death of Huntington Woods Woman: The judge was to hear new testimony this week, six years after Huntington Woods resident Mark Unger was convicted for the death of his wife, Florence, in northern Michigan in 2003.
  • : The Huntington Woods native and actress is headed for Nashville to co-host the CMT Music Awards with Toby Keith.
  • : Notice the heat wave this week? Thursday's temps brought the first Ozone Action day this year.
  • : About 20 locals got a first-hand look at the city's bike-ability during a Bicycle Dinner Cruise event Wednesday.
  • : Newsweek's list of America's Best High Schools included , among many other local schools.
  • : Huntington Woods photographer Sherry Gilman has 100 of her best pictures from her time in Israel on display at now.
  • : There's still time to check out the nearby community parades and celebrations happening.


More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something