C & G Publishing
Latest For Sale
Oct 23rd, 2014
Handicapped-two 3 wheel electric scooters new batteries,charger $300-450. 3 wheel recumbent bike $600. Shower seat 248-589-1630

Website Login

C & G Extra

October 22, 2014

Terrifyingly true ghost stories

Terrifyingly true ghost storiesMETRO DETROIT — Remember that time you heard footsteps down the hall late one night when no one was home? You pulled the covers over your head and thought to yourself, “There’s no such thing as ...Read More

October 15, 2014

Vets warn about seasonal affective disorder in pets

Vets warn about seasonal affective disorder in petsMETRO DETROIT — The onset of fall has lots of folks dreading the impending effects of winter — shorter days, frigid temperatures and overcast skies that can leave us without sunshine for months on end.There ...Read More

October 8, 2014

From textbooks to checkbooks

From textbooks to checkbooksMETRO DETROIT — In school, most of us crammed for pop quizzes on the Pythagorean Theorem and worked tirelessly to perfect our cursive writing. But how often do we apply those lessons in our adult lives?All the while, ...Read More

October 1, 2014

Feed your body, not the disease

Feed your body, not the diseaseMETRO DETROIT — Dr. Cynthia Browne, a radiation oncologist at the Van Elslander Cancer Center at St. John Providence Hospital in Grosse Pointe Woods, doesn’t always refer to meals as food. Instead, she might call ...Read More

September 24, 2014

Drinking in fall flavors

Drinking in fall flavorsMETRO DETROIT — By now, many of us have already swapped out swimsuits for sweaters and beach towels for bonfires. As fall descends, libation lovers are getting ready for some sweet and spicy flavors.At Cork Wine Pub ...Read More

September 17, 2014

Keeping up autumn appearances

Keeping up autumn appearancesThere’s no denying that fall is officially at our doorstep. Even though the petunias in the garden are on their last leg, there are still plenty of opportunities to add a bit of seasonal pizazz to the house, inside and ...Read More

September 10, 2014

Home (planet) economics

Home (planet) economicsNow that the kids are settled into their school desks for the season, you might be looking back at your back-to-school shopping receipts and begin to wonder where the summer — and your paycheck — went.There are ...Read More

September 3, 2014

Michigan growers boast big crops of fruit, veggies this harvest season

Michigan growers boast big crops of fruit, veggies this harvest seasonHungry? Grab some green beans and bring on the broccoli, because despite a slow start to the growing season, Michigan is enjoying a banner year for crops.If you haven’t made a trip to your local farmers market yet ...Read More

August 27, 2014

Wheeling and mealing

Wheeling and mealingMETRO DETROIT — If there’s one thing metro Detroiters know, it’s good food. And one thing a true local foodie will likely tell you is that the area’s best cuisine isn’t always found in fancy ...Read More

August 20, 2014

Dorm room 101

Dorm room 101From bean bag chairs to lava lamps, furnishing and decorating a dorm can be difficult — and expensive. In fact, the average family will spend over $800 on a new college student’s needs, according to the National ...Read More

August 13, 2014

Contest honors the end of the storm for Belle Isle Aquarium

Contest honors the end of the storm for Belle Isle AquariumMETRO DETROIT — The winds of change are blowing on Belle Isle. Now, if only there was a way to measure those winds.In honor of the Belle Isle Aquarium’s 110th birthday, a contest is being held for the design of ...Read More

August 6, 2014

We all still scream for ice cream!

We all still scream for ice cream!METRO DETROIT — What’s sweet, creamy and just cold enough to take the edge off of that sometimes brutal Michigan summer heat?That’s right, it’s ice cream — and no doubt you’re salivating ...Read More

July 30, 2014

When the sun heats up, cool off with a fun picnic spread outside

When the sun heats up, cool off with a fun picnic spread outsideWith plenty of summer left to enjoy, there’s no time like the present to take mealtime al fresco for a good old-fashioned picnic.While the concept of picnicking is basically the same, there are lots of new and ...Read More

Latest News


October 23, 2014

WWT student charged with felony after Twitter threats

WARREN — A 16-year-old Warren Woods Tower High School junior is facing a 20-year felony after he was charged Oct. 21 at the Macomb County Juvenile Justice Center in Mount Clemens with one count of a false report or threat of terrorism, according to police. ...Read More

Most Popular

  • Viewed
  • Liked
  • Last 24 Hours
  • Last 7 Days
  • Last 30 Days