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Woman faces child abuse charges after infant found injured

Eastpointe May 21, 2015

Woman faces child abuse charges after infant found injured

EASTPOINTE — A Clinton Township woman was charged May 18 with first-degree child abuse for allegedly causing a 14-month-old child’s injuries.Hilary Ulp, 36, was arraigned in 38th District Court. She pleaded not ...Read More

Warren May 21, 2015

Suspect pleads no contest in DeKeyzer murder case

WARREN — The man accused of killing 22-year-old Theresa DeKeyzer and hiding her body in a plastic drum has pleaded no contest to charges of first-degree murder and disinterment of a body. ...Read More

Development Services to explore ways to protect lakes

West Bloomfield May 20, 2015

Development Services to explore ways to protect lakes

WEST BLOOMFIELD —  The West Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees voted 6-0 May 19 to allow the director of the Development Services Department to explore possible changes to the township’s fertilizer ...Read More

County appoints new finance director

Macomb County May 20, 2015

County appoints new finance director

Smigiel MACOMB COUNTY — Stephen Smigiel is no novice when it comes to making sense of dollars and cents.The University of Michigan-Flint graduate was working with numbers ...Read More

Archdiocese proposes plan to close former Sacred Heart building

Roseville May 20, 2015

Archdiocese proposes plan to close former Sacred Heart building

ROSEVILLE — The Archdiocese of Detroit has announced a proposal to close two of the three buildings that make up the Roseville-Fraser St. Pio of Pietrelcina parish, including the former Sacred Heart Church at Utica Road ...Read More

Police seek suspects in jewelry store robbery

Roseville May 20, 2015

Police seek suspects in jewelry store robbery

A jewelry store in the 27000 block of Gratiot was robbed at gunpoint May 20 with unknown items stolen. ...Read More

'Normal' man robs bank, disappears; reward offered

Clinton Township May 20, 2015

'Normal' man robs bank, disappears; reward offered

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The Clinton Township Police Department is investigating a robbery that occurred Tuesday, May 19. ...Read More

Police: Man who shot child was mom’s boyfriend

Clinton Township May 19, 2015

Police: Man who shot child was mom’s boyfriend

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The young boy who was shot in Clinton Township’s Normandy Park May 4 seems to be doing well, according to police late last week. Clinton Township Capt. Richard Maierle said the boy, who was ...Read More

Local mother convicted of murdering, mutilating son

St. Clair Shores May 19, 2015

Local mother convicted of murdering, mutilating son

Alternately tearful or calm and collected, even seemingly combative in response to the prosecutor’s questions, Donna Scrivo took the stand in her own murder trial May 18, alleging that a masked man with a vendetta against her son broke into their home, killed and cut up her son, and then forced her to help him dispose of the body. ...Read More

Hills woman survives Nepal earthquakes while mountain climbing

Farmington Hills May 18, 2015

Hills woman survives Nepal earthquakes while mountain climbing

FARMINGTON HILLS — Katharine Atto is counting her blessings after surviving a magnitude-7.8 earthquake in Nepal that killed more than 8,000 people and injured thousands in late April — with more carnage in its ...Read More

City kicks off $60k crowdfunding campaign for downtown smart park

Royal Oak May 18, 2015

City kicks off $60k crowdfunding campaign for downtown smart park

ROYAL OAK — The Royal Oak City Commission was expected to approve a $60,000 crowdfunding campaign to raise money for a downtown urban smart park.The topic was scheduled for discussion and a vote during the May 18 ...Read More

‘Rudy,’ World Trade Center relic to be part of 63rd Memorial Day Parade

St. Clair Shores May 18, 2015

‘Rudy,’ World Trade Center relic to be part of 63rd Memorial Day Parade

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Bringing together Hollywood, music, military and American history, the 63rd annual St. Clair Shores Memorial Day Parade will step off at 1 p.m. May 24 at Nine Mile Road and Jefferson Avenue. This ...Read More

Mother suspected of murder takes stand in own defense

St. Clair Shores May 18, 2015

Mother suspected of murder takes stand in own defense

Alternately tearful or calm and collected, even seemingly combative in response to the prosecutor’s questions, Donna Scrivo took the stand in her own murder trial May 18. ...Read More

Fraser May 18, 2015

Police suspect suicide in parking lot truck fire

FRASER — The Fraser Department of Public Safety is investigating the death of a 68-year-old Fraser man. ...Read More

St. Clair Shores May 18, 2015

Fire at Assumption Nursery School

Neighbors alerted the St. Clair Shores Fire Department to dark smoke pouring from Assumption Nursery School and Toddler Center, 22150 Marter Road, the evening of May 17. ...Read More

Canadian nuclear waste site is one step closer to reality

Metro Detroit May 15, 2015

Canadian nuclear waste site is one step closer to reality

METRO DETROIT — The Canadian joint review panel looking over a proposed nuclear waste site that would be less than a mile from Lake Huron recommended the project to Canada’s minister of the environment May 7 ...Read More

Lathrup Village May 15, 2015

Gun found at Southfield-Lathrup High School

Police presence at a local high school is being increased following an incident involving a student bringing a gun to school.According to Jacqueline Robinson, public relations and marketing manager for Southfield Public ...Read More