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Book Lovers Bemoan Closure Of Royal Oak Barnes & Noble Store
"I'm not too surprised, but it's very unfortunate," said Judy Kreiselmeier, one of the many book lovers flooding the Royal Oak Barnes & Noble on Monday.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Freep 5: Five great dining options in Berkley
The near-empty scone baskets at the end of the day at Elwin & Co. / Erin Podolsky/Special to the Detroit Free Press The Kansas City Press panini at the Panini Press.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
A cappella concert is dying man's wish
Pictured are, from left, John Cowlishaw, Jim Windak, Paul Teska and Tom Blackstone, members of On That Note barbershop quartet.
Franciscan Monk, Brother Al Lifts Spirits Of Detroit Bus Stop Patrons
Brother Al lives and works at the Song and Spirit Institute for Peace in Berkley, Michigan.
Lathrup Village Eccentric
Berkley court scores well on survey
Judge Jamie Wittenberg said staff members like deputy court clerk Suzanne Schrupp, left, and secretary Liz Calabris are the reason why the court scored so well on a recent customer service survey.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Observer & Eccentric
Berkley Library offers adult evening programs
* eBooks at the Library Wednesday, March 6, at 6:30 p.m. Would you like to get eBooks for your iPad, Kindle or other device? Attend this free class to learn how to download eBooks from the library's online collection.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Bottom of the ninth for Westland sports memorabilia store
Mike Odatella has spent most of his adult life buying and selling sports memorabilia and collectibles along with hats and apparel in recent years.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Westland does emergency road maintenance
Wild and a team made up of 26 department heads and police and fire officials will leave Westland City Hall at 8.a.m with the goal of inspecting all 201 miles of Westland roads.
Good deed of Our Lady of Sorrows students makes Jimmy Kimmel show
Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, dressed in his Rainbow loom suit, gives Max Wilford, who has brain cancer, a super hero cape made of the looms created by students at Our Lady of Sorrows.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Metro Detroit businesses snowed under with fix-it work
Towing services are among the many businesses booming with weather-related work around Metro Detroit.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Backdoor Friends to close March 31
After 17 years in business, closing her beloved Backdoor Friends Cat Shoppe in the Muirwood Plaza on March 31 was a tough decision for Anne Klein.
Student brings touch of 'Wonder' to Dolsen, Hardy students
Dankelson made the presentation called 'Beyond the Face is a Heart' to Dolsen fourth- and fifth-graders and Hardy fifth-graders to spread the message: 'Don't be afraid to be friends with someone who is different.'
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Observer & Eccentric
Berkley Schools working to provide more opportunities for people with disabilities
Sharon Berke didn't know what to expect from the first Community Conversation centered on increasing employment and social/recreational opportunities for people with disabilities.