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Deputies now armed with drug antidote

Macomb County May 28, 2015

Deputies now armed with drug antidote

MACOMB COUNTY — The first step is saving a life. The second step is making sure that life is lived healthy and to the fullest extent through ongoing recovery and support.During a May 27 media event at the Macomb ...Read More

Number of motorists wearing seat belts decreases

West Bloomfield May 28, 2015

Number of motorists wearing seat belts decreases

WEST BLOOMFIELD — Since Michigan’s seat belt law went into effect 15 years ago, the number of motorists using seat belts has decreased from 98 percent in 2009 to 93 percent in 2014, according to a press release ...Read More

Orchard Lake May 27, 2015

Keego Harbor resident struck by vehicle while riding bike

The Orchard Lake Police Department is investigating a bicycle accident that resulted in the death of a 49-year-old man from Keego Harbor.Police Chief Joe George said Bobby Horvath was riding eastbound down Commerce Road, ...Read More

Police search for bank robbery suspect

Southfield May 27, 2015

Police search for bank robbery suspect

A funds transfer turned into a robbery earlier this week.At around 3:30 p.m. May 26, police said, a man entered Fifth Third Bank, 23633 Greenfield, and approached a teller, asking about making a transfer.Police said the ...Read More

Teens caught shooting paintballs at homes

St. Clair Shores May 27, 2015

Teens caught shooting paintballs at homes

St. Clair Shores Police were called to the 21000 block of Winkel in the early morning hours of May 23 after a homeowner saw occupants of a light colored vehicle shooting paintballs at his house and the vehicles in his driveway. ...Read More

New Kroger could be finished by Thanksgiving

Roseville May 27, 2015

New Kroger could be finished by Thanksgiving

ROSEVILLE — Construction of the new Kroger store planned for the former Kmart property on 13 Mile Road near Flora Street should begin soon in the hopes of opening the store by Thanksgiving. Ed Boutrous, CEO of ...Read More

Parade marches on with cheering crowds

St. Clair Shores May 27, 2015

Parade marches on with cheering crowds

With cheers ringing out for the local weatherman, the 63rd annual St. Clair Shores Memorial Day Parade sailed down Jefferson Avenue under dry skies. ...Read More

Drilling ordinances ban fracking

Rochester Hills May 26, 2015

Drilling ordinances ban fracking

ROCHESTER HILLS — A ban on hydraulic fracturing is included in new city ordinances addressing pipelines and oil and gas drilling. Hydraulic fracturing — commonly known as fracking — is the pumping ...Read More

Transit center legal question delayed

Troy May 26, 2015

Transit center legal question delayed

There is no bus or taxi service at the Troy Multi-Modal Transit Center yet, and there likely won’t be until legal matters are settled.At issue is the amount the city will have to pay a developer for the land that the ...Read More

Fishing for a cure

Shelby Township May 24, 2015

Fishing for a cure

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — From 7 a.m.-noon May 30, the fourth annual fishing tournament to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society will take place at Stony Creek Metropark. ...Read More

Late councilman was a beloved family man, city leader

Utica May 23, 2015

Late councilman was a beloved family man, city leader

UTICA — Utica Mayor Pro Tem Russell Barthelmeh had a presence that was hard to miss, with his deep, booming voice and bushy gray mustache, and those who knew him said he did his best to represent the people of the city he had called home since 1973. Barthelmeh died at the age of 70 on May 6 after a battle with adrenal cancer. ...Read More

Farmington Hills May 22, 2015

‘Mother of all buyouts’ comes to Farmington Public Schools

FARMINGTON HILLS — The Farmington Public Schools district could look at saving between $3 million and $6 million following the 2015-16 school year if buyouts are made prior to the fall, district officials say. To ...Read More

Larceny occurs after man falsely claims to be township employee

Shelby Township May 22, 2015

Larceny occurs after man falsely claims to be township employee

On May 8, Shelby Township police received a call about a larceny from a home on Kramer Drive, near 21 Mile and Schoenherr roads, following a visit from a man who said he was with “a water department” and that he needed to check the residents’ water for “poison.” ...Read More

City officials make changes to sidewalk repair program

Royal Oak May 22, 2015

City officials make changes to sidewalk repair program

ROYAL OAK — The city is making changes to its sidewalk repair program despite initial claims that it would stand by its procedures. ...Read More

Controversial oil well in Shelby turns up dry

Shelby Township May 22, 2015

Controversial oil well in Shelby turns up dry

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Township officials and residents breathed a collective sigh of relief when West Bay Exploration Co. gave word that the controversial well site near 25 Mile and Dequindre roads proved to be not commercially viable. ...Read More

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