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Shelby Township 10/07/2015

Shelby to Utica trail connection work to wrap up Nov. 15

SHELBY TOWNSHIP/UTICA — Township Engineer Carol Thurber said construction on the 1.28-mile trail connecting River Bends Park to the city of Utica is on schedule to finish by Nov. 15.“This has been in the works for at least five years,” ...Read More

Shelby Township 10/07/2015

Stony Creek Nature Center to host inaugural craft show

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, the Stony Creek Metropark Nature Center will host its inaugural Fall for Nature Craft Show.Approximately 30 crafters and artists will set up shop in and around the nature center.The ...Read More

Shelby Township 10/07/2015

Board authorizes Community Center environmental study

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Tasked with making some progress on addressing the Shelby Community Center within the next year, the Community Center Advisory Board suggested an environmental study to evaluate the building’s needs.The Shelby Township ...Read More

Shelby Township 10/06/2015

Nurse anesthetists to host Ether Day Frolic 5K at River Bends Park

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — At 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, the Michigan Association of Nurse Anesthetists’ Wellness Committee will host its inaugural 5K, called the Ether Day Frolic, at River Bends Park.The group decided to time the event with the ...Read More

Utica 09/30/2015

Zombie Fest lurches back to Utica

UTICA — On Oct. 3, all-day, zombie-themed festivities will return to downtown Utica for the city’s fourth annual Zombie Fest.New this year will be a tango performance by “zombified” professional dancers, and professional makeup ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/30/2015

Evidentiary hearing set in crash survivor’s MIP case

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — On Sept. 24, 42nd District Court Judge Denis LeDuc set an evidentiary hearing for Oct. 29 to debate defense attorney Neil Rockind’s motion to suppress medical records regarding his client, Joseph Narra.The Washington ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/28/2015

Pets to take over Stony Creek

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — At 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 4, the Michigan Humane Society’s Mega March for Animals fundraiser will take place for the third year at Stony Creek Metropark’s Eastwood Beach.The 10-year-old event also expanded to a fourth ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/28/2015

Shelby police select new K-9

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — The newest addition to the Shelby Township Police Department will be the first non-English-speaking member — a 15-month-old black German shepherd from the Czech Republic named Morpheus.On Oct. 5, patrol officer Joseph ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/28/2015

Explosion, house fire under investigation

At approximately 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, a loud explosion at a residence near 26 Mile Road and Van Dyke Avenue startled neighbors.In a matter of minutes, flames from the explosion, which originated in a shed next to the garage at the residence on ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/23/2015

Historic Shelby Road culvert deemed unsafe, to get filled in

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Railroad tracks beneath Shelby Road, originally built in the late 1920s, would transport vehicles from the Packard Plant in Detroit to the Packard Proving Grounds for testing. Later, the tracks delivered goods to the former Ford ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/23/2015

Shelby property tax millage stays the same for 10th year

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — On Sept. 15, the Board of Trustees approved in a 6-1 vote the 2015 proposed property tax rate to support Shelby Township’s 2016 budget following a public hearing. The rate will remain at 9.2999 mills for the 10th straight ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/22/2015

Police say deceased man found below tower likely took own life

At approximately 7:25 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22, a woman driving her child to school called 911 to report a possible deceased person along the side of Jewell Road, south of 26 Mile Road.Shelby Township police and fire responded and discovered the body of ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/22/2015

Shelby youth to walk for a cure

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — After being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes last summer, 9-year-old Rachael Mulvaine’s carefree lifestyle changed to a much more scheduled and regulated one.Rachael’s story is similar to many individuals.Between 2001 ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/21/2015

Shelby woman celebrates 100th birthday

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — With an eye for sparkly jewelry, a penchant to say whatever she pleases and the ability to make those around her laugh, one resident at Shelby Crossing Health Campus approached her centennial milestone with gusto.Mary Pompei ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/21/2015

Serious crash occurs at 23 Mile and Schoenherr

At approximately 9:40 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, a Shelby Township police officer on patrol discovered a serious two-car crash that had just occurred at the intersection of 23 Mile and Schoenherr roads.A Dodge Caravan attempted to make a left turn onto ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/16/2015

MSHDA experts talk first homes

METRO DETROIT — The Michigan State Housing Development Authority recently announced nine steps for a smooth transition into a new home for first-time homebuyers through its MI First Home program. MSHDA spokesman Darren Montreuil said the ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/16/2015

Owner of former restaurant clarifies name use in consumer advisory

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — On Aug. 24, the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development issued a consumer advisory for canned products sold at local farmers markets labeled under the brands Brandy’s “Jam”boree-N-More, Brandy ...Read More

Utica 09/16/2015

Utica extends smoking ban to government campuses, vehicles

UTICA — At its Sept. 8 meeting, the Utica City Council unanimously approved changes in its smoking policy to include the entire government campus, encompassing the Fire Department, Police Department, City Hall, Department of Public Works and ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/15/2015

Poker lounge ups preventative measures after exchange of phony $20 bills

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — On Aug. 7, a charity representative unknowingly received nine counterfeit $20 bills in exchange for gaming chips at The River, a charity poker lounge in Shelby Township.Under new rules implemented in May 2014 by the Michigan ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/14/2015

Three generations of women embark on hot air balloon ride

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Three generations of women cruised through the sky for an hour Sept. 6 in a brightly colored hot air balloon, waving to people on the ground and sharing gleeful shrieks as their basket lightly skimmed the tops of several ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/14/2015

Citizens take down armed robbery suspect at National Coney Island

At 9:16 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 13, police patrolling approximately two miles away responded to a call regarding an armed robbery in progress at National Coney Island, near 23 Mile and Schoenherr roads.While en route, dispatch informed police that restaurant ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/12/2015

Rain does not deter Shelby’s 9/11 ceremony

Despite a steady downpour, dozens of people turned out for Shelby Township’s 9/11 memorial ceremony at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11.The event included speeches by Shelby Township Veterans Coordinator Phil Randazzo, Shelby Township Police Chief Robert ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/09/2015

Supervisor outlines 24 Mile Road project timeline

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — At the Sept. 1 Shelby Township Board of Trustees meeting, Supervisor Rick Stathakis provided an update on the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department’s 24 Mile Road water main construction project in terms of its progress and ...Read More

Shelby Township 09/07/2015

Giving through loss

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — The deaths of seven students in the Utica Community Schools district last year affected students, teachers, administrators and support staff.In response, the Utica Education Association raised funds for the families of the fallen ...Read More

Warren Weekly

Warren 10/07/2015

Bill aimed at keeping students safer

LANSING — Drivers who fail to stop for school buses when their red lights are flashing might soon face higher monetary fines and penalties. State Sen. Steve Bieda, D-Warren, has introduced Senate bill No. 486, which supports legislation to ...Read More

Warren 10/06/2015

Hive of activity will continue

WARREN — Since 2004, the Hive Colony has been a buzzing honeycomb for musicians looking to perfect their craft, and now even more music will raise the decibels.Last month, the 10,000-square-foot one-stop rehearsal studio, equipped with 30 ...Read More

Warren 10/05/2015

Warren sued over alleged persecution of medical pot patients

WARREN - The attorney representing a group of medical marijuana caregivers and patients has filed a lawsuit against the city of Warren, alleging that they've been systematically kept from providing and receiving treatment lawfully permitted under ...Read More

Warren 10/04/2015

No charges for customer who shot accused bank robber

WARREN — A customer who thwarted a bank robbery in Warren Sept. 21 when he used a concealed pistol to shoot the suspect will not face criminal charges, police said after reviewing the facts of the case with Macomb County prosecutors.The suspect, ...Read More

Warren 10/02/2015

City ready to host Harvest Treat festival

WARREN — Fall color, check. Autumn weather, check. Planning for Warren’s Harvest Treat festival, check.The festivities will get going at 4 p.m. Oct. 24 at City Square next to Warren City Hall, on Van Dyke north of 12 Mile Road.Parks and ...Read More

Warren 10/02/2015

Officials say flammable vapor likely caused explosion, fire

WARREN — Investigators believe accumulated flammable vapor likely caused an explosion in a refrigerator and a resulting fire at a single-family home on Harold Sept. 28.Warren firefighters were dispatched to the scene of an explosion east of Hoover ...Read More

Warren 09/30/2015

Zombie Walk fundraiser planned for Warren Relay for Life

WARREN — On Oct. 18, zombies will walk in the shadow of City Hall to benefit the Warren Relay for Life.The fundraising walk to support the American Cancer Society’s signature local event, open to zombies and zombie hunters alike, will take ...Read More

Warren 09/30/2015

Dystonia petition falls short, despite brush with Obama

WARREN — A recent petition drive seeking to declare September Dystonia Awareness Month fell short, but the effort still nearly made it before the president of the United States.Warren resident Jason Dunn, who has been living with the neurological ...Read More

Center Line 09/29/2015

Gas pump fire ‘could have been a lot worse,’ fire chief says

CENTER LINE — Just in time for Fire Prevention Week Oct. 4-10, here’s a hot tip: Don’t put an open flame near your vehicle’s gas tank.It seems so obvious, and the now-viral video captured at a Center Line gas station Sept. 22 of ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/28/2015

‘It’s a showcase of survivorship’

METRO DETROIT — When Molly MacDonald was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2005, not only did she have to fight a devastating disease, she also found herself in financial distress over mounting bills.The bills weren’t due to medical ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/23/2015

How to get reluctant kids to study at home

METRO DETROIT — Motivating students to do their homework isn’t always easy, but local educators say they know how to make the process less painful.“The intent of homework is to reinforce the instruction that has taken place in the ...Read More

Warren 09/23/2015

Teens take stand against distracted driving

WARREN — Most drivers have witnessed someone texting and driving or talking on their cellphones while behind the wheel of a car.That behavior could cause serious accidents on the roads, which is why students and staff from two Warren high schools ...Read More

Warren 09/23/2015

Beautification Commission names 2015 Residential Recognition Award winners

WARREN — Carol Peterson has spent years scouring neighborhoods, searching for the most beautiful, well-kept yards and gardens worthy of recognition among the city’s best of the best properties.The best thing is, Warren never ...Read More

Center Line 09/22/2015

Center Line names municipal offices after departed Mayor David Hanselman

CENTER LINE — The late Center Line Mayor David Hanselman dedicated decades of his life to serving the community. Soon, the city will rededicate its municipal offices in his honor.On Sept. 14, members of the Center Line City Council voted ...Read More

Warren 09/21/2015

Robbery suspect shot by armed bank customer

WARREN — A robbery suspect who reportedly limped out of a Warren bank and collapsed on the sidewalk Sept. 21 after he was shot by a customer licensed to carry a concealed pistol will face federal charges.Warren police said the 43-year-old suspect, ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/21/2015

Regina defeats Marian in annual powderpuff football game

STERLING HEIGHTS — When the senior students of Regina and Marian high schools ran onto Phillip E. Runkel Field at Sterling Heights Stevenson Sept. 19, a decades-long tradition continued. Since 1981, the all-girls Catholic schools have competed ...Read More

Warren 09/21/2015

Proclamation comes with a shot of ‘Adrenalin’

WARREN — When your rock group opens up for Aerosmith and Bob Seger and your music videos receive airplay on MTV, you’ve definitely hit the right chords.Homegrown rockers Adrenalin were at the top of their game in the 1980s. They toured the ...Read More

Bloomfield Hills 09/19/2015

Regina defeats Marian in powderpuff football game

Warren Regina defeated Birmingham Marian in the annual powderpuff football game Sept. 19 at Stevenson's Runkel Field in Sterling Heights.Regina jumped out to a 14-0 lead before the teams traded touchdowns in a back-and-forth fourth quarter, with ...Read More

Warren 09/18/2015

Motorized equipment, parts taken in major heist

WARREN — Dune buggies, riding lawn mowers, a scooter and various new parts for motorized vehicles were taken by suspects who returned to the scene of the crime five times after midnight on Sept. 15 and apparently rode away along Nine Mile on the ...Read More

Warren 09/18/2015

DSO to make music at LHS Sept. 26

WARREN — Local residents unable to get to Orchestra Hall in Detroit to see the Detroit Symphony Orchestra live will be pleased to know the DSO is coming to them.The celebrated musicians, under Music Director Leonard Slatkin, will perform a free ...Read More

Center Line 09/16/2015

Gone, but not forgotten

CENTER LINE — The late Center Line Mayor David Hanselman dedicated decades of his life to serving the community. Soon, the city will rededicate its municipal offices in his honor.On Sept. 14, members of the Center Line City Council voted ...Read More

Center Line 09/16/2015

Binson appointed mayor in Center Line

CENTER LINE — As a member of the Center Line City Council and a local business owner, Bob Binson said he was grateful for the time he was able to spend with Mayor David Hanselman this summer.As the city’s new mayor, he’s pledging ...Read More

Warren 09/16/2015

Seniors alerted to potential scams

WARREN — If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If it sounds too bad to be true, it most likely isn’t.In either case, it could be a scam.Warren Mayor Jim Fouts and police leaders are encouraging all residents — ...Read More

Warren 09/16/2015

Success Mile Academy expands curriculum

WARREN — As the 2015-16 school year gets underway, officials from the Success Mile Academy public charter school announced that the school is adding a seventh- and eighth-grade curriculum this year.Families of the school gathered Aug. 29 for a ...Read More

Warren 09/15/2015

President’s visit attracts spectators, students

WARREN — Although they couldn’t get inside the Macomb Community College Sports and Expo Center to hear President Barack Obama’s speech, many people gathered on campus in hopes of getting a glimpse of the commander in chief arriving.A ...Read More

Warren 09/14/2015

Leaders praise president’s visit, support for region

WARREN — When all the excitement had faded, after the roads had reopened and the crowds had dispersed from the Sports and Expo Center at Macomb Community College, local leaders were left feeling pretty good about President Barack Obama’s third ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/14/2015

Stevenson grad killed in weekend auto collision

Sterling Heights police say they are continuing to gather evidence from a Sept. 11 auto accident that killed a Sterling Heights teen who recently graduated from high school.According to the Sterling Heights Police Department, the accident occurred at ...Read More

Warren 09/11/2015

Warren police looking for missing teen

UPDATE: David Dewayne Frazier, the teen reported missing yesterday at the Burlington Coat Factory near 12 Mile and Dequindre, has been found by police in the city of Detroit. He is safe and with his mother, according to Warren police.WARREN ...Read More

Warren 09/09/2015

Obama stumps for free community college, apprenticeships

WARREN — President Barack Obama returned to the campus of Macomb Community College in Warren Sept. 9, where he announced plans to expand apprenticeship programs and support the effort to make two years of community college free for ...Read More

Ferndale 09/09/2015

Five suspects arraigned in connection to vandalized vehicles in five cities

Ferndale police arrested five people in the early morning hours Sept. 6 after reports of several vehicles across five communities having been damaged or vandalized by BB guns or spray paint.According to police, Ferndale officers responded to a ...Read More

Warren 09/09/2015

Sweet rewards for summer camp students

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The employees that work inside the candy kitchen at Sanders and Morley Candy Makers are known to make 25,000 pounds of caramel each day.While on the job, they can’t wear jewelry, nail polish, fake nails or glasses with ...Read More

Macomb Township Chronicle

Macomb Township 10/07/2015

Abolitionist group to bring event to Immanuel Lutheran

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — The Michigan Abolitionist Project (MAP) will be bringing its Set Free event to Immanuel Lutheran Church Oct. 16-17 to raise awareness of human trafficking globally and locally in Macomb County.MAP started in 2012 in Grand Rapids ...Read More

Macomb Township 09/30/2015

Human Performance Project comes to CV schools

MACOMB TOWNSHIP— “Accept what you signed up for.” That was the key message delivered by John Underwood, the founder of the Human Performance Project, to student-athletes from Chippewa Valley schools the week of Sept. 22. Underwood ...Read More

Macomb Township 09/30/2015

Township approves adding sheriff personnel

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — Building off the momentum of a recent report that named Macomb Township the second-safest city in Michigan with a population larger than 50,000 residents, Township Supervisor Janet Dunn made it clear during a Board of Trustees ...Read More

Macomb County 09/29/2015

County board approves resolution opposing DIA bonuses

MOUNT CLEMENS — Although it is largely symbolic in nature, a strongly worded resolution unanimously approved by the Macomb County Board of Commissioners on Sept. 17 is urging the Macomb County Art Authority to oppose proposed bonuses to Detroit ...Read More

Macomb Township 09/22/2015

Fall fitness event to return to Macomb Corners Park

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — After a one-year hiatus, Macomb Township’s Parks and Recreation Department is bringing its Fall Fun and Fitness Fest back to Macomb Corners Park Oct. 3.The free, all-ages event is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the ...Read More

Macomb Township 09/16/2015

Township board chooses new waste hauling service

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — A process that began in mid-May to select a new waste hauling service for Macomb Township came to an end on Sept. 9.During a township Board of Trustees meeting that night, the board voted unanimously to select Rizzo Environmental ...Read More

Macomb Township 09/16/2015

New name, same mission

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — Over the past eight years, Sue Ellen Kosmas has worked to make a simple gesture improve the days of children who are staying in local hospitals because of a life-changing illness.Kosmas, a Macomb Township resident, began a metro ...Read More

Mount Clemens 09/14/2015

County commissioners approve budget, consulting contract

MOUNT CLEMENS — The Macomb County Board of Commissioners met on Sept. 10 to approve or reject a series of final changes before approving the county budget for the 2016 fiscal year. Among the most discussed amendments was the withdrawal of a ...Read More

Macomb Township 09/09/2015

Local church to help those in need

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — Michelle Stateczny was praying for a sign that a recent career change had placed her where she was needed most.Stateczny had decided to pursue a career in social work, which meant going back to school and being an intern after ...Read More

Macomb Township 09/09/2015

Immanuel Lutheran votes to start capital campaign project

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — Immanuel Lutheran Church and School voted overwhelmingly on Aug. 30 to approve the start of a capital campaign to fund several renovation projects.The renovations will include a new high school-sized gymnasium, 12 new classrooms, ...Read More

St. Clair Shores Sentinel

St. Clair Shores 10/06/2015

EPA work to close Harper Avenue for weeks

Work to clean up contaminated manhole vaults at Harper Avenue and Bon Brae Street has hit a roadblock, and will now require many more weeks of intensive construction, as well as the closure of the avenue at that intersection.The Environmental Protection ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 10/02/2015

Men steal thousands in cigarettes

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Police are looking for two men who allegedly stole thousands of dollars worth of cigarettes after breaking into a local gas station. St. Clair Shores police were called to the Marathon gas station in the 22000 block of Harper ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/30/2015

Residents, businesses honored for beautification

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Taking time to thank those who put effort into making St. Clair Shores look beautiful, City Council handed out three residential Beautification Awards and two to businesses Sept. 21. Stating in proclamations that the mayor and ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/30/2015

Visitors, vendors happy with Made in Michigan Festival

ST. CLAIR SHORES — A rainy start didn’t dampen spirits at the 2015 Made in Michigan Festival at the St. Clair Shores Senior Activities Center. “We like the idea of all the made-in-Michigan products,” said Candace Schuver, of ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/30/2015

City to refurbish ambulance

ST. CLAIR SHORES — After learning that a federal grant to purchase a new apparatus will not be forthcoming, the Fire Department has decided to remount one of its ambulances that has undergone more than $40,000 in repairs and been out of service 27 ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/30/2015

Shorestoberfest bringing grown-up fall fun to the park

ST. CLAIR SHORES — A new festival is coming to town this October when Veterans Memorial Park will be transformed into a biergarten paradise for Shorestoberfest. Hosted by the St. Clair Shores Cool City Committee, Shorestoberfest will be held ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/30/2015

Windows, gutters, concrete on to-do list for fall

METRO DETROIT — The fall chill is in the air, which means Old Man Winter is right around the corner. Now, experts say, is the right time to get your home prepared for the colder weather. “This is our busy time of the year, getting ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/23/2015

Final farmers market of the season Sept. 27

ST. CLAIR SHORES — With the turnout in its inaugural year exceeding organizers’ expectations, plans are already in place to continue the St. Clair Shores Farmers Market in 2016. “The turnout has been phenomenal and has way exceeded ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/23/2015

School installs state-of-the-art science lab

ST. CLAIR SHORES — When students returned to St. Isaac Jogues’ Catholic School this fall, they found new friends, familiar faces and a surprising sight — no more science books. Instead, the textbooks had been replaced by lab manuals ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/23/2015

Police investigating missing Chihuahua

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Police are investigating two 18-year-old women in connection with a Chihuahua that went missing just after midnight Sept. 17. Officers responded to a call from the 22000 block of Lanse from a 25-year-old man who said he was ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/23/2015

North Lake students looking to help out

ST. CLAIR SHORES — The new principal of North Lake High School hopes that a new service requirement will help change students’ image in the community. Principal Chad Johnson, who was formerly the principal at Lake Shore High School, said ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/18/2015

Council incumbents face off in candidate forum

With a field of only four candidates for three spots, the choices for residents to pick city council members this November are few.The St. Clair Shores Women’s Civic League attempted to give residents a peak into the views of the candidates at a ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/16/2015

Fines increased for parking violations in school zones

ST. CLAIR SHORES — On the first day of school at Rodgers Elementary, many parents drove their students to school, parked and then waited around the school for teachers to come out and usher in the students for a new year. But near the time of ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/16/2015

City to offer winter boat storage

ST. CLAIR SHORES — With the passing of Labor Day and the closure of the city pool for the year, the city has found an opportunity to continue to raise revenue in Lac Ste. Claire Harbor. Mayor Kip Walby first brought the idea forward to offer ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/16/2015

Hundreds of trees to be planted in city

ST. CLAIR SHORES — With help from a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the city of St. Clair Shores will be planting 400 new trees. According to a memo from Department of Public Works Director Bryan Babcock, St. Clair Shores lost ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/16/2015

City will continue with intergovernmental agreement

ST. CLAIR SHORES — The city will continue to contract with the city of Roseville for building inspection services for the next year, City Council decided Sept. 8. Since 2012, the two cities have worked under an intergovernmental agreement that ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/16/2015

St. Clair Shores Police Motorcycle Squad in 1928

Chief Harold Lanstra poses with the members of the St. Clair Shores Village Police Motorcycle Squad on June 19, 1928. They were photographed in the police yard, which was located on the northeast corner of the Davis block near Harper and 11 Mile Road. ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/09/2015

New artists and alumni return for Lac Ste. Claire fair

ST. CLAIR SHORES — For Martin Bucknarish, art didn’t come to be a big part of his life until he was laid up with back surgery a decade ago. “I was a design engineer for most of my life,” said Bucknarish, of Sterling ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/09/2015

Proposed philanthropic zoning worries residents

ST. CLAIR SHORES — When Amy Ryntz bought her home on the south end of St. Clair Shores, she said she paid a premium because it was near a vacant field owned by the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House in a very quiet neighborhood. The property was zoned ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 09/09/2015

Made in Michigan Festival returns with race, food trucks and more

ST. CLAIR SHORES — With vendors selling Michigan-made products, activities for children, music, food trucks and more, the 2015 Made in Michigan Festival has something for everyone. The festival kicks off at 1 p.m. Sept. 18, at the Senior ...Read More

Roseville - Eastpointe Eastsider

Eastpointe 10/05/2015

Court dismisses charge against teacher in East Detroit drowning case

Johnathan Sails, the former substitute teacher at East Detroit High School charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection with the drowning death of a student in 2013, saw the charge dismissed during a Macomb County Circuit Court hearing Oct. ...Read More

Metro Detroit 10/05/2015

State considers ban on commercial fish farming in Great Lakes

METRO DETROIT — A state senator has introduced a bill that would ban commercial fish farms from operating in Michigan waters on the Great Lakes, citing environmental concerns. The bill, introduced Sept. 29 by Sen. Rick Jones, R-Grand Ledge, ...Read More

Roseville 09/30/2015

Roseville teacher honored for 48 years of service

ROSEVILLE — Classic cars are not the only things a Roseville teacher has kept going for decades. The Roseville Community Schools Board of Education held a presentation honoring Paul Tregembo Sr. for his 48 years as an auto shop teacher during ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/30/2015

Eastpointe seeks input on potential logo change

EASTPOINTE — The city currently is taking public input on whether or not to change the city’s logo, which is part of Eastpointe’s redevelopment-ready community designation. City Manager Steve Duchane said the look at the city logo is ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/30/2015

Eastpointe closes Colonial Dodge sale

EASTPOINTE — As of Sept. 15, the long-vacant former Colonial Dodge site at Stephens Road and Gratiot Avenue has been sold to J.B. Donaldson Co., a construction firm out of Farmington Hills. “I was reveling over getting to sign the ...Read More

Roseville 09/30/2015

School district wins statewide energy award

ROSEVILLE — The Roseville school district won a Governor’s Energy Excellence Award Sept. 22 for an energy efficiency upgrade project that ran from last school year until the end of summer. The school was one of three finalists in the ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/30/2015

Suspects in custody after alleged assault; no shooting occurred

EASTPOINTE — Eastpointe police had two people in custody after investigating a report of a shooting Sept. 29, though police found no indication that anybody had been shot. According to a press release, police were called to the 23000 block of ...Read More

Roseville 09/29/2015

Police seek public’s help to locate missing teen

The Roseville Police Department is requesting help from the public in locating a missing 16-year-old who was last seen by his grandparents Sept. 3.Montel Cooper was last seen leaving his grandparents’ house in the 20000 block of Flora at around ...Read More

Roseville 09/25/2015

Recreation authority opens senior center addition

ROSEVILLE — A crowd gathered around the recreation center in Roseville Sept. 18 as the Recreation Authority of Roseville & Eastpointe celebrated the grand opening of its newly expanded senior center wing. Members of the RARE board, the ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/23/2015

East Detroit board votes to open pool

EASTPOINTE — The East Detroit Board of Education voted 6-0 during its regular meeting Sept. 14 to reopen the East Detroit High School pool when administrators see fit. The school district’s budget already included the cost of keeping the ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/23/2015

City to pursue charter change for special assessment notifications

EASTPOINTE — The Eastpointe City Council during its meeting Sept. 15 approved 4-0 a measure to put a proposed city charter amendment on the ballot next year, a change that the city’s finance director said could save thousands of ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/23/2015

Looking Back: The class of 1905, Halfway Schoolhouse

Students line up outside the Halfway Schoolhouse in what is now Eastpointe in this month’s photo, taken on an unknown date in 1905. The schoolhouse itself was built in 1872 — the third such schoolhouse in the current city. An annex was built ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/23/2015

Fall migration underway for songbirds, waterfowl

METRO DETROIT — Birds are already passing through metro Detroit on their way south for the winter, stopping off for food and water for journeys that, for some species, can take them all the way into South America. When they return — and what ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/23/2015

Eastpointe library plans eventful October

EASTPOINTE — The Eastpointe Memorial Library has a busy October scheduled for patrons looking for activities, with parties, trivia contests, talks and a media sale all on the horizon. For teens, Youth Services Librarian Abby Bond said they have ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/23/2015

High schools see curriculum tweaks, new activities

EASTPOINTE/ROSEVILLE — With a new school year come tweaks to the schools themselves, and while East Detroit and Roseville high schools may not have any drastic changes this time around, those changes that have been made should make an impact on ...Read More

Roseville 09/23/2015

RoseFest dates set through 2018

ROSEVILLE — The RoseFest committee is preparing to hold its planning meetings starting next month and has signed a three-year agreement with carnival midway company Wade Shows for future RoseFests. According to City Manager Scott Adkins, the ...Read More

Roseville 09/16/2015

Teacher uses bracelets to spread positive behavior

ROSEVILLE — A Roseville High School marketing teacher has started a new program to encourage positive behavior in people through bracelets and the networking power of social media. Jeff Verkeyn created MADE, or the Make A Difference Experiment, ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/16/2015

Eastpointe Children’s Garden might get some updates

EASTPOINTE — Since its inception more than a decade ago, the Eastpointe Children’s Garden has aimed to be a pleasant space for kids to learn about art, gardening and pollinators. While the garden still gets its greenery maintained, the artwork ...Read More

Macomb County 09/15/2015

Despite drop in oil prices, road repair bids see price increase

MACOMB COUNTY — Though the price of oil has dropped substantially in the past year, the cost of doing road repairs and resurfacing, which typically uses oil-based products like asphalt, has increased. Macomb County Department of Roads Director ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/15/2015

‘Super’ lunar eclipse coming Sept. 27

METRO DETROIT — On Sept. 27, two lunar phenomena will take place during the same evening: a total lunar eclipse and a “supermoon,” which is when the moon’s orbit brings it to its closest approach to Earth. A lunar eclipse ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/09/2015

Eastpointe approves pet sale restrictions

EASTPOINTE — The City Council during its meeting Sept. 1 unanimously backed an ordinance restricting pet sales in the city in an effort to push back against large-scale animal breeding operations. Under the new ordinance, retail stores are ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/09/2015

Michigan announces it will design own clean energy plan

METRO DETROIT — Gov. Rick Snyder’s administration announced Sept. 1 that the state would develop its own carbon implementation plan to meet the power plant carbon emissions guidelines set for it in President Barack Obama’s Clean Power ...Read More

Eastpointe 09/09/2015

Eastpointe library closes gaps in high school yearbook collection

EASTPOINTE — A donation of East Detroit High School yearbooks to the Eastpointe Memorial Library has filled in gaps in the 1940s and in the 1960s-1980s in the library’s collection — a boon to people interested in research, nostalgia and ...Read More

Roseville 09/09/2015

Roseville announces fall library program lineup

ROSEVILLE — Amid impending cooling temperatures and the start of school days, the Roseville Public Library has unveiled its fall programming schedule for adults, teens and children. Storytime sessions, crafts, robots and parties abound through ...Read More

Sterling Heights Sentry

Metro Detroit 10/05/2015

Get a grip on buying, preserving tires

As the seasons go round and round, so do a vehicle’s tires. But in order to keep traction on the roads, drivers should monitor their tires’ condition and buy quality ones when it’s time to change them, according to local auto repair ...Read More

Sterling Heights 10/02/2015

Sterling Heights serves up slice of competition with pie contest

Residents can prove that they represent the upper crust of culinary talent during a pie-baking competition at the Dodge Park Farmers Market Oct. 8.The contest, sponsored by the Sterling Heights Parks and Recreation Department, is designed for amateur ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/30/2015

Band-A-Rama strikes chord with students

Marching bands from Utica Community Schools’ four major high schools will get into position and play during their annual Band-A-Rama fundraiser Oct. 4 outside Stevenson High School.According to Chris Traskal, director of bands at Eisenhower High ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/30/2015

UCS to inform parents about SAT exam

Utica Community Schools officials plan to be an open book in explaining how they hope to help high school students excel on the now-required SAT college entrance exam.UCS will hold a presentation Oct. 8 at Henry Ford II High School in Sterling Heights ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/30/2015

Munetrix scores Sterling high for safety

A new ranking of populous Michigan cities found that Sterling Heights fits in the top tier of its peers, city officials said during a Sept. 15 City Council meeting.City Manager Mark Vanderpool announced that the Auburn Hills-based government data firm ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/30/2015

With grant, Clinton River project is ready to roll

Sterling Heights and Utica’s wishes for resources to produce a cleaner, more productive Clinton River were recently granted, according to city officials.At a Sept. 15 Sterling Heights City Council meeting, officials announced that the U.S. ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/28/2015

Cars, bikes must be considerate while sharing the road

Fall has begun, but it’s still too soon for most cyclists to put away their bikes. So safety advocates are reminding metro Detroiters to watch out for bicyclists and to keep a close eye out for them at intersections, in neighborhoods and on the ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/25/2015

Police plan October traffic enforcement along Hall Road

If you’re driving along the M-59/Hall Road corridor this October, expect the Sterling Heights Police Department and other police agencies to be part of your commute.Sterling Heights police are coordinating with their neighbors from Chesterfield ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/25/2015

Firefighter hospitalized after crash that killed teen

STERLING HEIGHTS — A Warren firefighter involved in the car crash that killed 17-year-old Diana Pozderca remained hospitalized Sept. 23, while police in Sterling Heights awaited word on a warrant request submitted to county prosecutors, based on the ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/23/2015

Pedestrian killed by vehicle on 17 Mile

A Sterling Heights man lost his life after he reportedly stepped out onto 17 Mile Road and was struck by a vehicle the morning of Sept. 23, according to Sterling Heights police.Sterling Heights Police Lt. Dave Smith said police responded to a report of ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/23/2015

More local restaurants join annual Fall Grub Crawl

It may be called a crawl, but there is no sign that the Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s fall restaurant event is slowing down.The chamber will hold its Fall Grub Crawl Sept. 23 at eight participating local restaurants ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/23/2015

St. Jude to hold Dodge Park run to fight cancer

Local activists and athletes hoping to end childhood cancer will strap on their running shoes as part of a charity fundraiser in Sterling Heights.St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will hold a St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer Sept. 26 ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/23/2015

Go-karts to help teach students driving safety

Go-karts will change courses from recreational to educational at an upcoming event in Sterling Heights that is designed to persuade teens to be attentive, safe drivers on the road.On Sept. 24, Kart 2 Kart Indoor Karting and Conference Center in Sterling ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/21/2015

‘Doe’ the right thing when deer cross your path

Attentive driving means sharing the road with other vehicles and pedestrians, and around this time of year, it can also mean having to stop for animals like deer. According to data compiled by insurance company State Farm with the aid of Federal ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/18/2015

Michigan agencies react to refugee, migration crisis

Michigan politicians and charitable relief agencies are keeping an eye on the migrant and refugee crisis in Europe as hundreds of thousands of people are leaving Syria, other Middle Eastern nations and some African nations in recent weeks and months.In ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/15/2015

Go back to basics with back-to-school driving safety

Summer can make students forgetful of their previous learning, but many drivers also need a refresher lesson on what to do when they see a school bus making a stop, according to state traffic safety experts. Susan Hiltz, public affairs director for ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/14/2015

Parks, Farmers Market prepare for harvest of fall activities

Residents who take advantage of the Sterling Heights Parks and Recreation Department’s programs can look forward to an awesome autumn, according to city officials.According to Parks and Recreation Department officials, several special events are ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/14/2015

Library promotes card sign-up, Sunday hours

The Sterling Heights Public Library is celebrating September by encouraging people to get signed up to gain access to the facility’s resources while perhaps winning a prize in the process.According to SHPL Public Relations and Programs Coordinator ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/14/2015

Sunnybrook announces closing

After decades of being a mainstay of entertainment in Sterling Heights, Sunnybrook Golf Bowl Motel in Sterling Heights recently announced that its final day of business will be Sept. 30.Sunnybrook owner Randy Shank, who acquired Sunnybrook in 1998 and ...Read More

Center Line 09/14/2015

Teachers, students head back to school

WARREN/CENTER LINE/STERLING HEIGHTS — Public schools throughout the state have taken a hit financially in recent years, but that hasn’t stopped educators from teaching their students.“I continue to be amazed at the dedication they show ...Read More

Sterling Heights 09/11/2015

Planning Commission rejects mosque’s land use proposal

At a packed Sept. 10 meeting, the Sterling Heights Planning Commission unanimously denied a special approval land use request for a mosque on 15 Mile Road.According to city officials, the Sterling Heights Planning Commission has the final say on the ...Read More

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Macomb County 10/01/2015

Warrant sweep nets 81 child support arrests

MACOMB COUNTY — The Macomb County Sheriff’s Office and the Friend of the Court completed an amped-up child support enforcement sweep last week.The weeklong sweep resulted in 81 arrests for outstanding FOC warrants, while another 37 ...Read More

Harrison Township 09/30/2015

Township officials get pay raises for first time in 7 years

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — Three of Harrison Township’s top elected officials will be getting pay raises for the first time since 2008.During a Sept. 14 meeting, the Board of Trustees approved in a 6-1 vote a 6 percent pay increase for the township ...Read More

Mount Clemens 09/29/2015

BRAvo event to feature ‘Dancing with My Doc’

MOUNT CLEMENS — Roxanne Demerjian was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer following a routine mammogram at McLaren Macomb Hospital in November 2012.In March 2013, she was diagnosed as cancer free.Demerjian says early detection and support ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/25/2015

C & G Newspapers founders inducted into Macomb Hall of Fame

MACOMB COUNTY — Newspaper publishers, community service award winners, and now the Demers family are Hall of Famers. The Demers, whose patriarch Gilbert Demers founded C & G Newspapers in Warren in 1981, were among five Macomb Foundation ...Read More

Mount Clemens 09/25/2015

FBI investigating death at county jail

MACOMB COUNTY — The FBI recently began reviewing the case of a Roseville man who died while in custody at the Macomb County Jail last year.A lawsuit was filed in March 2015 by the family of a Macomb County Jail inmate, David Stojcevski, 32, who ...Read More

Macomb County 09/20/2015

Habitat raises awareness for second store, veterans

WARREN/MOUNT CLEMENS — Macomb County Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore is spreading the word about its recently opened second location.After opening on Van Dyke in Warren last year, the charitable organization has been able to extend its reach ...Read More

Harrison Township 09/19/2015

Woman killed in boating accident on Lake St. Clair

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — Macomb County Sheriff Anthony Wickersham reports that a 43-year-old Chesterfield Township woman died after two boats collided on Lake St. Clair the night of Sept. 18.According to Wickersham, a 911 call came in at 8:05 p.m. ...Read More

Mount Clemens 09/18/2015

Crocker House Museum holding 10th annual Cemetery Walk

MOUNT CLEMENS — Ann Crocker, the first child of former Mount Clemens Mayor George Crocker, was thought of by many as somewhat of a tough cookie.But it was the children in the community during the early to mid-1900s who knew her soft side: a ...Read More

Harrison Township 09/17/2015

Family and friends say farewell to Big Family founder Jeanne Fowler

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — Big Family of Michigan founder Jeanne Fowler died Sept. 7, according to family and friends. She was 68.Fowler, who reportedly died of natural causes at her home in Roseville, founded Big Family of Michigan in 2002 in an effort ...Read More

Macomb County 09/16/2015

Fundraiser planned for volunteer pilots of sheriff’s Aviation Division

MACOMB COUNTY — During the past 11 years, the 21 members of the Macomb County Sheriff’s Aviation Division have grown from just one Cessna airplane to multiple planes and a helicopter.The planes, as well as the helicopter, aren’t ...Read More

Macomb County 09/16/2015

Sheriff’s deputies rewarding teens for good driving

MACOMB COUNTY — Macomb County sheriff’s deputies will be keeping an extra-close eye on teenage drivers this fall.But they’re not looking for those practicing bad driving habits, but rather, those following the rules of the road and ...Read More

Mount Clemens 09/11/2015

Macomb Habitat aims to raise $100,000 during rooftop event today

MOUNT CLEMENS — Members and supporters of the Macomb County Habitat for Humanity are taking to the roof of their Mount Clemens ReStore today in a day-long effort to raise $100,000 for local veterans.Executive Director Helen Hicks said Habitat ...Read More

Mount Clemens 09/10/2015

Body of deceased man found behind local home

MOUNT CLEMENS — The body of a 57-year-old man was found in the backyard of a residence in Mount Clemens recently, Macomb County Sheriff’s officials report.Lt. John Michalke said the identity of the man was being withheld at press ...Read More

Mount Clemens 09/09/2015

Looking Back: Clemens Park circa 1920s

Written by Kim Parr, director of the Macomb County Historical Society and Crocker House Museum, located at 15 Union St., Mount Clemens, MI 48043 ( Park is at the north-east corner of northbound Gratiot and North Main ...Read More

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Fraser 09/30/2015

Fraser mayoral candidates square off in debate

FRASER — Two candidates — resident Joe Nichols and Councilman Paul Cilluffo — are running head-to-head in Fraser for the chance to be mayor for the next four years. Both were present during a special debate Sept. 23 at the Fraser ...Read More

Fraser 09/30/2015

Fraser council candidates discuss objectives

FRASER — On Sept. 23 at the Fraser Activity Center, nearly every Fraser city council candidate was present to explain why he or she should receive votes in the upcoming election. The candidates in attendance who are vying for the three four-year ...Read More

Clinton Township 09/30/2015

Fire Prevention Week stresses importance of home smoke alarms

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — If you’re home and there’s a fire and you don’t receive any warning until it’s too late, chances are you don’t have a functioning smoke alarm. The focus of the 2015 Fire Prevention Week campaign ...Read More

Macomb County 09/30/2015

Columbus Day celebration aims to inspire

MACOMB COUNTY — In 1492 Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue, and Italian-Americans in the metro Detroit area don’t want their heritage to lose its meaning anytime soon. The Michigan Columbus Day Celebration Committee is at the ...Read More

Roseville 09/30/2015

Michael Loftis pleads guilty to 1998 rape charge

MOUNT CLEMENS — Michael Loftis, a Clinton Township man charged with criminal sexual conduct in a 1998 rape case, took a plea agreement and pleaded guilty during a pretrial examination Sept. 15. Loftis’ criminal sentencing was set for Oct. ...Read More

Macomb County 09/30/2015

Commissioner wants to form county water authority

MACOMB COUNTY — Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Anthony Marrocco is planning to launch a Macomb County Water Authority to save water customers money.He said forming such an authority would provide the county with negotiating muscle in ...Read More

Clinton Township 09/25/2015

Couple charged in death of Clinton Township toddler

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — A man and woman have been arrested in association with the death of a toddler.Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith has charged 23-year-old William Mark Warren III, of Detroit, and 22-year-old Brandee Danielle Wright, of Warren, ...Read More

Clinton Township 09/23/2015

Festival of the Senses to continue melding of artistry, entertainment

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Henry David Thoreau once said that this world is but a canvas to our imagination. There’s nothing in the course of humanity that quite compares to the richness of artistry, which may explain why events such as Clinton ...Read More

Macomb County 09/23/2015

Former aide announces run for District 31 seat

MACOMB COUNTY — After nearly five years of working for state Rep. Marilyn Lane, John Fleming hopes he will be next in line to receive the legislative baton. On Sept. 14 Fleming, a Fraser resident who has spent nearly his entire life in Macomb ...Read More

Clinton Township 09/22/2015

Macomb County hosts naturalization event

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Luis Pastora was just a toddler when he and other family members fled his homeland of Nicaragua in a Red Cross caravan in 1980.They grabbed whatever they could fit in a car, and fled to Honduras to seek safety from fighting that ...Read More

Clinton Township 09/21/2015

Man found guilty of manslaughter for killing friend

MACOMB COUNTY — A local man was found guilty of shooting and killing his friend. Matthew Magdowski, 32, of Clinton Township, was convicted by a jury of manslaughter and felony firearm Sept. 11 in front of Judge Diane Druzinski in Macomb County ...Read More

Clinton Township 09/21/2015

Clinton Township woman convicted of felony second-degree murder

MACOMB COUNTY — A Clinton Township woman has been convicted of felony second-degree murder in an incident that occurred in 2014. Belinda Jones, 45, was recently found guilty in the stabbing death of 33-year-old James Edward ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/18/2015

Diabetes on the rise

METRO DETROIT — Diabetes isn’t a disease that will go away anytime soon. According to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, an estimated 10.8 percent of residents — or about 758,000 — have been diagnosed with ...Read More

Fraser 09/16/2015

Hope Center refocuses to help those in need

FRASER — More than five years since its inception, Fraser’s Hope Center continues to evolve. The center, located at 33222 Groesbeck Highway in Fraser, is an operation with the sole purpose to help those in need — mostly in the form ...Read More

Clinton Township 09/16/2015

Police looking for car that crashed into building, drove off

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Police need help from the public in a hit-and-run case that resulted in damage to a public housing complex. The complex, located at 34947 Village Road in Clinton Township, is off of 15 Mile Road. The building is home to the ...Read More

Metro Detroit 09/16/2015

Drivers reminded to stay alert now that school is back in session

METRO DETROIT — The school year kicked off Sept. 8, filling the roads and sidewalks once again with buses and children traveling to and from school.With more traffic on the roads and more children walking outside, AAA Michigan is reminding ...Read More

Clinton Township 09/14/2015

Vigil to remember Vietnam War’s missing soldiers

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — It’s been 40 years since the Vietnam War ended, yet former soldiers never forget those who fought and those who were never seen again. On Sept. 18, Resurrection Cemetery will for the first time host a 24-hour vigil to ...Read More

Fraser 09/09/2015

Fall Fest, chili cook-off highlight Fraser rec schedule

FRASER — The leaves will soon change colors, and a cooler climate will ultimately become commonplace. With the fall season comes a variety of events not seen during the warmer seasons in Michigan, and the Fraser Parks and Recreation Department ...Read More

Fraser 09/09/2015

State lawmakers sign $100k grant petition to aid funding barrier-free park

FRASER — Building a park is not easy, and constructing a one-of-a-kind venture takes time. And funding. Sometimes, it takes a lot of time. And a lot of funding. Such has been the case with the McKinley Barrier-Free Park in Fraser. Numerous ...Read More

Clinton Township 09/09/2015

Township grants local establishment outdoor permit for music

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The Board of Trustees recently voted to allow Fern Hill Golf Club to play outdoor music on its grounds. On Aug. 24, Fern Hill, popular for its golf course and as a wedding venue, was granted the outdoor entertainment permit ...Read More

Clinton Township 09/09/2015

Patriot Day ceremony to feature speech from Army colonel

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — This year’s Patriot Day ceremony begins at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 11, at the Veterans Memorial inside Resurrection Cemetery, 18201 Clinton River Road. The memorial is located in the southern portion of the ...Read More

Macomb County 09/09/2015

Local meetings bring leaders together to discuss water contracts

MACOMB COUNTY — The price of water has been a long-debated topic in metro Detroit, and recent meetings involving community leaders and members of the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department, or DWSD, have shed some light on the issue. Macomb Area ...Read More



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