Here's what happened in and around Berkley and Huntington Woods.
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Frigid temperatures April 29 ruined cherry and apple crops, report the Associated Press and WWJ.
Many Michiganders have enjoyed this year's wild weather, which brought unseasonably warm temperatures this winter and spring, but it's also had a dark side: An unusual April freeze has devastated fruit crops in the state. Frigid temperatures April 29 ruined cherry and apple crops, according to WWJ and an Associated Press report on myfoxdetroit.com, which could mean higher prices at the grocery store and fewer pick-your-own opportunities. That is devastating not only for individual farmers, but also for Michigan's agriculture industry as a whole. The annual economic impact of the state's apple industry is estimated at $800 million, according to the Michigan Department of Agriculture. In 2009, Michigan produced sweet cherries worth $13.6 …