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Fraser - Clinton Township Chronicle

Clinton Township 04/01/2015

Trial continues for 2014 store shooting suspect

MACOMB COUNTY — Days after another party store owner was shot and killed in Clinton Township, the trial is taking place for one of the men allegedly involved in the death of Basil Sulaka.Clinton Grayson, 25, is currently having his own trial in ...Read More

Fraser 03/31/2015

Fire destroys top floor of Fraser condo complex

FRASER — The Fraser Department of Public Safety deemed that a careless cook was responsible for a blaze that led to the destruction of a building at Kingsley Manor in Fraser. The condo complex, located at Masonic and Kelly, burst into flames ...Read More

Clinton Township 03/31/2015

Clinton Township officer stops potentially deadly situation

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — A recent scene at a local market seemed reminiscent of something from a movie or TV show: a man with a gun is threatening a store clerk, and strangers and officers have to safely diffuse the situation. One Clinton Township ...Read More

Fraser 03/31/2015

Students create art for barrier-free park auction

FRASER — Students from Fraser Public Schools recently teamed up to create art for an upcoming auction. The only caveat was that there was a little gap in the age of the artists. On March 25, art students from Fraser High School worked with ...Read More

Macomb Township Chronicle

Macomb Township 04/01/2015

Dakota students prepare for ‘West Side Story’ production

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — Jake Hill’s grandparents lived it, and now he’s going to be acting it.Hill, a junior at Dakota High School, will be playing the character of Tony Wyzek in the school’s production of “West Side ...Read More

Macomb Township 04/01/2015

Chippewa Valley Schools to host ‘Parent Saturday’

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — The Chippewa Valley Coalition for Youth and Families is preparing to host a comprehensive parent education workshop event.In conjunction with the Chippewa Valley school district, the coalition’s “Parent ...Read More

Macomb Township 03/31/2015

Township oil drilling moratorium expires

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — During the clerk’s comments section of a Macomb Township Board of Trustees meeting on March 25, Township Clerk Michael Koehs discussed the expiration of a six-month moratorium on oil and gas well drilling in Macomb ...Read More

Macomb Township 03/25/2015

Chippewa Valley school board approves bids for summer renovations

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — At its meeting March 16, the Chippewa Valley school board approved bids for several renovations that will take place this summer.The renovations are being funded primarily from the $89 million bond program for capital ...Read More

Mount Clemens - Clinton - Harrison Journal

Macomb County 03/31/2015

Governor gives insight on Prop 1 during Chamber luncheon

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — “It’s about safety. You hit a pothole, you’re at risk. You swerve around a pothole, you’re at risk and others are at risk.”Michigan’s deteriorating roads, the dangers they pose and how they ...Read More

Mount Clemens 03/27/2015

Meet the vibrant Mount Clemens Seniors

MOUNT CLEMENS — When the Second Horizon Club of Mount Clemens formed in 1981, there were more members than Mary Warnick can recall.“At our highest, we had more than 100 members,” said Warnick, 92, a founding member. “It was very, ...Read More

Mount Clemens 03/26/2015

Festival of Races returns with more marathons

MOUNT CLEMENS — The Boston Marathon started off small. Today, it attracts about a million people from around the globe.The Let’s Move Festival of Races is still in its infancy. But organizers plan to turn this Macomb County marathon into ...Read More

Clinton Township 03/25/2015

Former Miss USA visits Clintondale

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Native Detroiter Carole Gist made history twice in 1990.She became the first Miss Michigan to win the title of Miss USA and also the first African-American to win the national pageant held in Wichita, Kansas, that year.On the ...Read More

Roseville - Eastpointe Eastsider

Roseville 03/31/2015

Roseville seeing early success with new math curriculum

ROSEVILLE — Halfway through the school year, Roseville Community Schools administrators are seeing success with a new “connecting math concepts” program, according to a presentation given at the March 16 school board meeting. The ...Read More

Roseville 03/31/2015

Officials: pothole problems not as bad as last year

EASTPOINTE/ROSEVILLE — Potholes appearing in Eastpointe and Roseville are not as bad as they were last year, but rather more in line with the usual amount, according to public services directors in both cities. Eastpointe Department of ...Read More

Eastpointe 03/31/2015

Jury finds man guilty of voluntary manslaughter for 2014 killing

MOUNT CLEMENS — After deliberating for hours March 20 at the Macomb County Circuit Court following three days of murder trial proceedings, a jury found Noland Brown, of Eastpointe, guilty of voluntary manslaughter and felony firearm. Brown was ...Read More

Roseville 03/31/2015

City holds public hearing on annual federal grant money

ROSEVILLE — The Roseville City Council held a public hearing March 24 about its proposed uses for Community Development Block Grant funds coming in from the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department July 1. A second public hearing is ...Read More

Shelby - Utica News

Shelby Township 04/01/2015

Shelby police warn residents against sophisticated scams

SHELBY TOWNSHIP/UTICA — Shelby police said residents are falling victim to three major scams: fake callers claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service demanding back taxes, pleas to dating website users to wire money, and phony restitution ...Read More

Shelby Township 04/01/2015

Neighborhood adopts wild turkey, dubs him ‘Harry Lou’

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Although it sounds like a tale fit for April Fools’ Day, a Shelby Township neighborhood’s affection for a lone wild turkey who showed up one day last summer is real.Residents in the area of 22 Mile Road and Van Dyke ...Read More

Shelby Township 04/01/2015

Opposing sides sound off on Proposal 1

MACOMB COUNTY — State lawmakers and department heads are communicating to the public about the meaning of Proposal 1, as well as how funds would be dispersed if voters approve the proposal.On March 23, officials held a Proposal 1 town hall meeting ...Read More

Shelby Township 04/01/2015

Shelby Township police begin active-shooter response training

SHELBY TOWNHIP — Last weekend at Magahay Elementary School in Sterling Heights, the Shelby Township Police Department began a two-day training program, which will span four weekends, for its officers to learn how to respond to an active-shooter ...Read More

Sterling Heights Sentry

Sterling Heights 03/30/2015

Sterling Heights roadwork plans unveiled

The snow has mostly melted away, and road crews are planning to get back to work fixing thoroughfares in Sterling Heights.According to a March 19 city press release, one major construction job is the reconstruction of Van Dyke Avenue from south of 15 ...Read More

Sterling Heights 03/30/2015

City to help residents discard electronics, documents

The cycle begins anew for Sterling Heights residents’ annual opportunity to recycle computer equipment and sensitive documents.The Sterling Heights Department of Public Works will host Electronic Recycling Day on April 25. During the ...Read More

Sterling Heights 03/30/2015

Parks offer summer schedule preview

Summer won’t be a bummer in Sterling Heights thanks to a packed schedule of activities and events from the Parks and Recreation Department, according to city officials.The city is inviting Sterling Heights residents to begin registering for the ...Read More

Sterling Heights 03/30/2015

UCS, dealership award teacher an ‘A’ for auto

A Sterling Heights car dealership recently supplied the keys to a leased vehicle to an honored Utica High School teacher.Utica Community Schools personnel surprised teacher Kelly Bronski with a free car lease March 25 at the Community Education Center ...Read More

St. Clair Shores Sentinel

Clinton Township 04/01/2015

Trial continues for 2014 store shooting suspect

MACOMB COUNTY — Days after another party store owner was shot and killed in Clinton Township, the trial is taking place for one of the men allegedly involved in the death of Basil Sulaka.Clinton Grayson, 25, is currently having his own trial in ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 03/31/2015

Lake Shore asking residents to approve bond issue

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Voters in Lake Shore Public Schools will be asked to approve a $35 million bond proposal to pay for building and technology improvements across the district. Superintendent Chris Loria said the district is asking voters to ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 03/31/2015

Change could eliminate some tax bills

ST. CLAIR SHORES — The city is looking to save money by combining some tax bills to eliminate thousands of dollars in cost to send them out. City Assessor Teri Socia brought the matter before City Council in March, asking for permission to take ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 03/30/2015

Sidewalk replacement plan on hold for 2015

ST. CLAIR SHORES — The rising cost of concrete means that sidewalk repairs will be delayed for a year in St. Clair Shores. When considering a bid for miscellaneous sidewalk and driveway approaches throughout the city at the March 16 City Council ...Read More

Warren Weekly

Warren 04/01/2015

WWPS sells 2015 bonds, will save taxpayers money

WARREN — Warren Woods Public Schools officials recently announced the sale of the district’s $19.595 million 2015 refunding bonds.The bonds were sold in the capital market Feb. 4 and closed March 10. According to a district press release, ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 03/30/2015

V-E Day events planned in Warren, St. Clair Shores

WARREN/ST. CLAIR SHORES — On May 8, 1945, German forces laid down their arms to end World War II in Europe.That date, V-E Day as it is now remembered, marked the end of the bloodiest conflict in European history, and also the beginning of the end ...Read More

Warren 03/27/2015

Suspect in fatal stabbing faces manslaughter charge

WARREN — A 24-year-old Warren man has been charged with manslaughter after he allegedly stabbed his roommate during a parking dispute in the 8100 block of Fisher.Christopher Ford was arraigned on the single charge March 20 before 37th District ...Read More

Warren 03/27/2015

From teacher to state rep to guest reader

WARREN — It was somewhat of a homecoming for Jennifer Haase when she visited Pinewood Elementary School on March 20 to read to students in recognition of March Is Reading Month.In 1998, Haase began teaching in Warren Woods Public Schools, ...Read More




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