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Shelby Township 07/28/2015

Local prosecutor charges Stony Creek crash survivors with alcohol possession

On July 27, the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office sent out a press release stating that the Washington Township attorney issued misdemeanor warrants for the two survivors of the May 8 Stony Creek Metropark car crash that killed three of their ...Read More

Shelby Township 07/28/2015

Sidewalk ordinance amended to ease repair costs

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — In 2014, Shelby Township conducted a sidewalk maintenance program for the first time in many years, which included assessing the majority of the township’s sidewalks.From that experience, the administration and sidewalk ...Read More

Utica 07/28/2015

Utica fills vacancy left by late mayor pro tem

UTICA — At the July 14 Utica City Council meeting, Mayor Jacqueline Noonan appointed, and the council unanimously approved, a 12-year resident to fill the vacancy left on council by the late Mayor Pro Tem Russell Barthelmeh.Barthelmeh, 70, died ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/27/2015

Local officials respond to military security threats

METRO DETROIT — Local legislators and law enforcement officials are calling for increased security measures for military members following ongoing threats against the nation’s military and law enforcement.U.S. Rep. Candice Miller, R-Harrison ...Read More

Shelby Township 07/22/2015

Fundraiser following Stony Creek tragedy benefits Shelby D.A.R.E. program

At the July 21 Shelby Township Board of Trustees meeting, the families and a friend of Joseph Narra and Gregory Bobchick — the two survivors of a May 8 car crash at Stony Creek Metropark that killed three of their peers — awarded a $3,000 ...Read More

Shelby Township 07/22/2015

Officials weigh possibility of safety crossing at 24 Mile

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — With a large portion of 24 Mile Road ripped up for a water main installation project, now is the time to take advantage of construction cost savings.Officials are looking into the possibility of installing a refuge island at the ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/22/2015

Library director provides update on White House program

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The director of the Clinton-Macomb Public Library set his goals for the library’s involvement in the White House ConnectED Challenge to the Chippewa Valley Board of Education on July 13.Larry Neal, the library director, is ...Read More

Utica 07/21/2015

Gone with the graffiti

UTICA — On July 15, the Utica City Council unanimously approved an Eagle Scout project to paint the walls of the pedestrian tunnel in downtown Utica beneath M-59, which has accumulated years’ worth of graffiti and street art.Daniel Pisarski, ...Read More

Shelby Township 07/15/2015

Sheriff releases details from fatal Stony Creek crash investigation

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — On July 15, the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference to update the public on the investigation of the single-vehicle accident at Stony Creek Metropark at 6:14 p.m. May 8, which left three teens dead and two ...Read More

Shelby Township 07/13/2015

Raid of alleged illegal marijuana dispensary leads to five arrests

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — At approximately noon on Friday, July 10, about 50 officers, including agents from the FBI and DEA, searched five locations and arrested five individuals in connection with an alleged illegal marijuana dispensary.Five men — ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/08/2015

A lot happens in the aftermath of a home disaster

METRO DETROIT — When disaster strikes a home in the form of a fire, storm damage, flooding or unforeseen reconstruction needs, the damage needs to be addressed immediately. Lt. Scott Trumbo, of the Shelby Township Police Department, said that if ...Read More

Shelby Township 07/08/2015

Board approves extra costs attached to trail crossing project

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Five contract modifications to the Dequindre Road trail crossing project, between Avon and Parkdale roads, resulted in a $43,870 price hike for Shelby Township, which the Board of Trustees unanimously approved June 16.Grants ...Read More

Mount Clemens 07/07/2015

County board venerates volunteers

SHELBY TOWNSHIP/MOUNT CLEMENS — On June 25, the Macomb County Board of Commissioners honored more than 60 peer-nominated volunteers from throughout Macomb County. In order to be recognized, volunteers had to have donated at least 150 hours of their ...Read More

Shelby Township 07/02/2015

Shelby worker catches got-away goat

At approximately 10:30 a.m. July 2, a group of unsuspecting residents was in for a surprise when a goat reportedly began following them around the lake path at Heritage Gardens, located on the Shelby Township municipal grounds, park officials said.Joe ...Read More

Shelby Township 06/30/2015

Township approves 2015 road improvements

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — At its June 16 meeting, the township Board of Trustees unanimously approved the 2015 Pavement Preservation Program, a cost-sharing effort between the Macomb County Department of Roads and the township to fix Shelby’s most ...Read More

Sterling Heights Sentry

Sterling Heights 07/28/2015

City honors vets, votes to be Purple Heart City

STERLING HEIGHTS — Sterling Heights City Council members recently showed their heart for the military and veterans when they unanimously voted July 21 to pass a resolution that makes Sterling Heights a Purple Heart City.As part of the resolution, ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/27/2015

Treasure Hunters Market is back

STERLING HEIGHTS — Put an “X” on your maps over Dodge Park for Aug. 8, as the Sterling Heights Parks and Recreation Department is getting ready to unearth its Treasure Hunters Market.According to Parks and Recreation Manager Kyle ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/26/2015

City continues to sound off on lanterns, fireworks

STERLING HEIGHTS — The debate over whether consumer fireworks use should remain legal as-is in Michigan has failed to fizzle out in Sterling Heights.At a July 21 Sterling Heights City Council meeting, the legality of sky lanterns received a ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/24/2015

Library stays sharp with cheesemaking class

STERLING HEIGHTS — Patrons of the Sterling Heights Public Library will learn about dairy in a day as part of an Aug. 6 Intro to Cheese Making class.During the family-friendly event, participants are expected to learn an overview of the ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/22/2015

City to research sky lantern ban

Officials discussed the possibility of researching a way to snuff out sky lanterns and their potential dangers within the city at a July 7 Sterling Heights City Council meeting.Councilman Joseph Romano, a critic of Michigan’s consumer fireworks ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/22/2015

Library to host local authors during Sterlingfest

The major local festival that celebrates music and the arts in Sterling Heights will include the literary arts this year.The Sterling Heights Public Library will host a July 25 Local Author Book Sale during the city’s Sterlingfest Art & Music ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/22/2015

Stevenson grads’ defibrillator project impresses council

The Sterling Heights City Council recently recognized two high school graduates’ health awareness project for its heart.During a July 7 meeting, the council heard a presentation from Stevenson High School graduates Kara Bradley and Jessica ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/20/2015

Sterling accidents cause 3 deaths over weekend

Two fatal accidents in Sterling Heights reportedly claimed a total of three lives the weekend of July 18-19 , according to police.At around 11 a.m. July 18, Clinton Township police responded to news of a multivehicle accident on Hayes Road, near ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/17/2015

The Dr. is in with ‘Seussical’

Summer is the time to rhyme, thanks to Sterling Civic Theatre’s upcoming July 30-Aug. 2 production of “Seussical the Musical” at Stevenson High School.According to organizers, this is the theater troupe’s 13th production in five ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/15/2015

SterlingFAST gets on its mark

STERLING HEIGHTS — Time flies when you’re having fun, but organizers are encouraging people not to miss out on the July 25 SterlingFAST 5K Run Walk on the final day of the Sterlingfest Art & Music Fair.Race director Joe Burns said that ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/14/2015

Sterling Heights gives Velocity Jr. camps a boost

STERLING HEIGHTS — The Velocity Jr. summer camp program is showing no signs of decelerating anytime soon, according to city and school officials.At a July 7 Sterling Heights City Council meeting, City Manager Mark Vanderpool said the city is ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/11/2015

Breast-feeding moms congregate at Dodge Park

STERLING HEIGHTS — A group of mothers who were thirsty for activism and networking recently gathered in Sterling Heights to send a message that breast-feeding in public ought to be viewed as normal.According to organizers, more than 25 families ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/10/2015

Festa Italiana brings a bit of Rome to home

STERLING HEIGHTS — For people who are unable to roam to Rome this month, Sterling Heights will once again be home to an Italian extravaganza.Freedom Hill County Park will host the 2015 Festa Italiana from July 17-19.Festival co-chair Joe ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/07/2015

Sterlingfest art show ready to catch the eye

Years before the Sterlingfest Art & Music Fair became a venue for dozens of musical acts and other entertainment, it was a place where shoppers could buy art and crafted goods from vendors.But while the event is no longer a blank canvas, its legacy ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/07/2015

Police, Subway unite to reward law-abiding youths

A program to build friendly ties between police and young people recently got off to a fresh start, according to Sterling Heights police.The Sterling Heights Police Department announced June 30 that it was teaming with the sandwich restaurant chain ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/02/2015

One month after launch, city praises farmers market

The new Sterling Heights Farmers Market at Dodge Park has already had a bumper crop of success, according to city officials.Sterling Heights Parks and Recreation Department Recreation Manager Kyle Langlois said the weekly market, which runs from 3-8 ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/01/2015

Sterling officials lament water authority deal

STERLING HEIGHTS — Some Sterling Heights City Council members didn’t exactly gush about a recent agreement made by the new Great Lakes Water Authority board, in which Sterling Heights’ finance director cast the lone dissenting vote.In ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/01/2015

Featured Artist inspired to enter by former honoree

STERLING HEIGHTS — Heidi Kujat may not have entered her paintings into any commercial art shows yet, but she recently became the Sterling Heights Featured Artist for June and July.Kujat, 52, of St. Clair Shores, was recently picked by the Sterling ...Read More

Sterling Heights 06/30/2015

City offers road, parking lot renovation updates

STERLING HEIGHTS — The summer weather is hardly a roadblock for road crews working on an estimated $48.53 million in road and parking lot repairs in 2015, according to Sterling Heights city officials.During a June 16 City Council meeting, City ...Read More

Macomb Township Chronicle

Macomb Township 07/27/2015

Fatal crash occurs on Hayes Road

A Michigan State Police investigation is ongoing concerning a fatal car crash that occurred during the early morning July 26 on Hayes Road.The Michigan State Police and Macomb County Sheriff’s Office both reported that a three-car crash occurred ...Read More

Mount Clemens 07/22/2015

County board honors volunteers

MOUNT CLEMENS — Despite the fact that he is “meeting people at their worst,” Pete Karrer, of St. Clair Shores, said he appreciates the interaction with patients and the help he can give as a volunteer at St. John Providence Hospital and ...Read More

Macomb Township 07/21/2015

Talks continue for proposed Hall Road hotel

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — There is still work left to do for the developers of a proposed Hilton Garden Inn in Macomb Township to obtain approval from the township’s government.The hotel would be located on the north side of Hall Road, 500 feet east ...Read More

Macomb Township 07/15/2015

Waste hauling decision delayed

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — The Macomb Township Board of Trustees postponed a decision on selecting a waste hauler company for two weeks during a meeting on July 8.Trustee Dino Bucci made a motion to delete an agenda item concerning the waste hauling bid. ...Read More

Macomb County 07/14/2015

Child sexual abuse case heads to circuit court

MACOMB COUNTY — The case of a former employee at a local catholic high school is heading to Macomb County Circuit Court.Joseph Sturza, a former director of admissions at Austin Catholic High School in Ray Township and a former youth minister at ...Read More

Macomb Township 07/14/2015

Lemonade stand raises thousands for charity

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — Five years ago, Kurt Broadbridge was listening to the radio when he heard about National Lemonade Day, a national movement that seeks to teach children about entrepreneurship.Broadbridge, a lifelong entrepreneur, thought that ...Read More

Macomb Township 07/07/2015

Local family honored to host members of Congress

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — For a decade, the Michigan Farm Bureau held its Dinner on the Farm event with U.S. Rep. Candice Miller in different locations throughout the 10th District, which Miller represents.It had been held once previously in Macomb ...Read More

Macomb Township 07/07/2015

U.S. reps discuss issues at 11th Dinner on the Farm

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — The Michigan Farm Bureau brought its 11th annual Dinner on the Farm event to Macomb Township on June 30.Each year, county farm bureaus within Michigan’s 10th Congressional District rotate hosting the event, which annually ...Read More

Macomb Township 07/01/2015

Future road projects outlined as part of budget approval

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — The Macomb Township Board of Trustees approved its 2015-16 budget during a meeting on June 24, and along with it, several future road projects were outlined.A budget of future capital projects, which included those road projects, ...Read More

Macomb Township 07/01/2015

Local volunteers recognized by county board

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — More than 60 volunteers from throughout Macomb County were honored by the Macomb County Board of Commissioners on June 25.In order to be recognized, volunteers were required to donate at least 150 hours toward numerous ...Read More

Macomb Township 06/30/2015

Ascension Lutheran finds a new home in township

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — For the past eight years, Ascension Lutheran Church has been without a permanent building to call home.It has held services in a suite inside the former Foam Factory building on Hall Road and Groesbeck, but that all changed on ...Read More

Warren Weekly

Farmington Hills 07/27/2015

Missing Center Line teen found with convicted sex offender

Investigators have found Shelby Louise Grech, a missing 15-year-old Center Line resident, in Lebanon, Tennessee. Grech was  reported missing at around 8 p.m. July 25 in Farmington Hills with 36-year-old Farmington Hills resident ...Read More

Warren 07/27/2015

FPS summer camp is all about learning

WARREN — From working on reading comprehension skills to better understanding fractions, groups of Fitzgerald Public Schools students are building on their academic skills this summer in a variety of camps held at Mound Park Elementary ...Read More

Warren 07/27/2015

Community, churches gear up for Summerfest

WARREN — Summerfest is a beautiful thing, but it wouldn’t be anything without its supporters.The annual broad-based community outreach — offering groceries, school supplies, bike repair, haircuts, sports physicals and family portraits, ...Read More

Warren 07/27/2015

Candidates line up for chance to serve in ‘crowded’ District 2

WARREN — With five candidates vying to serve on the City Council for the next four years, the primary race for District 2 is more like what you’d expect to find in a town known for its election-year contests.Simmering in the background ...Read More

Warren 07/27/2015

District 3 candidates discuss issues, including term limits

WARREN — The opening shots in the battle for the Warren City Council’s District 3 seat were fired over term limits earlier this year.The fight went through the courts, which eventually declined to overturn a city attorney’s ruling that ...Read More

Warren 07/27/2015

Four candidates vying to represent District 5

WARREN — In a town known for rough-and-tumble election-year politics, the race for the District 5 seat on the Warren City Council has been relatively quiet, mostly.That’s not to say the candidates don’t have their differences, or that ...Read More

Warren 07/25/2015

Warren hires street sweepers for one-year pilot program

WARREN — Mayor Jim Fouts said he agrees with the old saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”That said, the city has committed to finding out whether it can save money and keep its streets tidy through a one-year pilot ...Read More

Warren 07/24/2015

Primary to be held in 3 districts

Warren City Clerk Paul Wojno would like to remind residents that voters will participate in this year’s primary election only if they reside in City Council districts 2, 3 and 5.Primaries are held for the purpose of trimming the ballot to two ...Read More

Warren 07/22/2015

Residents eligible to receive anti-mosquito briquettes

WARREN — If you call Warren home, you’re invited to join the fight against mosquitoes and the West Nile virus they potentially carry.Mayor Jim Fouts said all Warren residents are eligible to receive up to four mosquito prevention briquettes ...Read More

Warren 07/22/2015

SUV collides with ambulance on emergency run on Schoenherr

WARREN — An ambulance on an emergency run with its lights and siren activated was involved in a collision with an SUV on Schoenherr, south of 12 Mile Road, at about 12:30 p.m. July 16, police and fire officials confirmed at press time.While the ...Read More

Center Line 07/21/2015

Center Line seeks ‘best of the best’ properties for contest

CENTER LINE — Many things can make a property beautiful.For some, it’s all about landscaping. For others, creativity is key. Sometimes, simple and neat is the way to go.Properties of all varieties will be considered for this year’s ...Read More

Warren 07/20/2015

Pierogi for a purpose

WARREN — For the third year out of four, Warren’s elected delegation of pierogi eaters got the better of their counterparts in Sterling Heights by downing more pierogi in five minutes.Despite any ensuing heartburn, it was all for a good ...Read More

Warren 07/20/2015

Warren police investigating fatal crash on Mound

WARREN — Warren police are investigating what caused a fatal one-vehicle crash on northbound Mound near Martin Road at 5:24 a.m. July 20.Detective Sgt. Stephen Mills said a 1998 Jeep Cherokee driven by a 46-year-old Roseville man apparently lost ...Read More

Warren 07/16/2015

SUV collides with ambulance in Warren

(Story updated July 17)WARREN — An ambulance on an emergency run with its lights and siren activated was involved in a collision with an SUV on Schoenherr south of 12 Mile Road at about 12:30 p.m. July 16, police and fire officials confirmed at ...Read More

Warren 07/15/2015

Warren armed robbery suspect caught in Fraser

WARREN — A man who allegedly robbed the manager of a Warren paint supply store at gunpoint and rode away on a bike July 13 was later arrested by police in Fraser. He now faces a list of felony charges.Gary Allen Dennis, 49, of Sterling Heights, ...Read More

Warren 07/10/2015

Warren mayor says he’ll continue fighting fireworks

WARREN — America’s annual birthday bash was over, but Warren Mayor Jim Fouts said he was still fielding calls about fireworks the week after.The mayor said he rode along with Warren police on the Fourth of July, where he said he encountered ...Read More

Warren 07/03/2015

City’s best yards, gardens sought for awards program

WARREN — Like the seeds of a flower blown on the wind, Warren’s properties honored annually with Residential Recognition Awards tend to create beauty beyond their own meticulously landscaped borders.Carol Peterson, who chairs the awards ...Read More

Sterling Heights 07/03/2015

WCS board passes proposed budget for next year

WARREN/STERLING HEIGHTS — Warren Consolidated Schools will begin the 2015-16 school year with a surplus, according to information presented at the June 29 Board of Education meeting,Linda Austin, the district’s chief financial officer, ...Read More

Warren 07/02/2015

Suspect charged with robberies at Del Taco, Tim Horton’s

WARREN — A Warren man who told employees at separate eateries that he was sick and needed money, or that someone was trying to kill him, has been charged with two counts of armed robbery.Tyler Tupiak, 20, was arrested June 26 at a home in Center ...Read More

Warren 07/01/2015

Suspect charged with carjacking 97-year-old woman

WARREN — A Warren man remained in custody with bail set at $250,000 cash June 30 after he allegedly ordered a 97-year-old woman out of her son’s car and drove it to a liquor store in Hamtramck.Detective Sgt. Stephen Mills of the Warren ...Read More

Warren 06/30/2015

‘Justice for Theresa’ served, killer gets life in prison

MOUNT CLEMENS — In May, Scott Wobbe pleaded no contest to taking 22-year-old Theresa DeKeyzer’s life. On June 30, he surrendered the rest of his as a free man when he was sentenced in Macomb County Circuit Court.Dozens of DeKeyzer’s ...Read More

Warren 06/30/2015

Warren grows bountiful farmers markets

WARREN — You’ll find more than just fresh produce, healthy activities and good times this summer at Warren’s weekly farmers market at City Square. You’ll also find a sense of community.“Our motto is we’re creating a ...Read More

Warren 06/29/2015

Fouts vows strict fireworks enforcement

WARREN — Planning to blow off Roman candles, mortars and bottle rockets to celebrate the Fourth of July? There are some things you should know if you live in Warren.“I’m starting to get calls,” Mayor Jim Fouts said June 23, a ...Read More

St. Clair Shores Sentinel

St. Clair Shores 07/27/2015

Friends to remember man killed in collision with patrol vehicle

A 20-year-old St. Clair Shores man will be remembered this week after he was killed in a collision with a St. Clair Shores police patrol car.James Bush, of St. Clair Shores, died July 22 when the motorcycle he was driving collided with a patrol officer ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/24/2015

Aqua Fest heats up Nautical Mile

ST. CLAIR SHORES — On the hottest weekend of the summer so far, there was plenty to do along the Nautical Mile as Aqua Fest swept into town with vendors, artists, Air Dogs and more. Keeping cool in the shade of a tent was vendor Magy Endsley, of ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/24/2015

Motorcycle crashes on freeway

Michigan State Police troopers were dispatched to eastbound I-94 near 12 Mile Road around 1 a.m. Friday, July 24 after a motorcycle was involved in an accident.Police said a passenger vehicle was stopped on the right-hand shoulder of I-94 near 12 Mile ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/23/2015

Motorcyclist dies in crash with police car

A 20-year-old St. Clair Shores man died after his motorcycle collided with a St. Clair Shores Police patrol car the night of July 22. According to a press release from St. Clair Shores Police Chief Todd Woodcox, the patrol officer was attempting to make ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/23/2015

City bike ordinance now in line with state law

Seeking to rectify an unenforceable ordinance, City Council voted July 20 to amend Ordinance 20.373 to permit bicycle riders to be two abreast in the street in accordance with state law.City Attorney Robert Ihrie said that St. Clair Shores’ ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/22/2015

Weekly ride makes city ‘cool’

Related: City bike ordinance modified ST. CLAIR SHORES — Hundreds gathered in the parking lot of Roy O’Brien Ford on a recent Wednesday, ready for a great ride. But they weren’t looking to get in a car, truck or SUV: These ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/22/2015

City regulates with ordinances

METRO DETROIT — Noise pollution could be a contributing factor for cardiovascular diseases like heart attacks and hypertension, but regulations are limited to what local municipalities have set up and can enforce. Richard Neitzel, assistant ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/22/2015

Pet clinic to offer low-cost vaccines

ST. CLAIR SHORES — In an effort to make sure all local animals are vaccinated and can be found if they run away, local animal groups are hosting a Cat and Dog Wellness Clinic on July 25. Hosted by the St. Clair Shores Animal Care and Welfare ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/17/2015

Looking Back: Richard Maison Farm

Richard and Rose Maison’s farm was located in the Grossedale subdivision near the northern boundary of St. Clair Shores. This photograph was taken around 1900. According to the U.S. Census at that time and from notes on the image, Benjamin was 6; ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/17/2015

Man texts explicit video to teen seeking babysitter job

A 49-year-old Southfield man is in the Macomb County Jail on charges that he allegedly tried to proposition and sent explicit text messages to a 14-year-old St. Clair Shores girl who was looking for a babysitting job.In June, the 14-year-old girl posted ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/13/2015

Farmers market coming July 26

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Years in the making, a farmers market will soon be a reality in St. Clair Shores, thanks to the work of a resident and her team of volunteers. Susan Bunte, her husband and four children moved to St. Clair Shores four years ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/13/2015

Coney night supports Special Needs Playground Program

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Recognized as one of the best programs of its kind in the state, it takes a lot of support to keep the Special Needs Playground Program running each year. And this summer, two events are planned to help defray the cost of the ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/13/2015

Local woman fighting for awareness of pancreatic cancer

ST. CLAIR SHORES — It’s one of the deadliest forms of cancer, and a St. Clair Shores woman wants to make sure that putting pancreatic cancer on the radar in Washington leads to more positive outcomes like hers for those diagnosed with the ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/13/2015

Districts discuss budgets for upcoming year

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Across St. Clair Shores, school districts have approved budgets reflective of their situations, which varies across the city. While South Lake Schools is struggling to balance the books and is in the midst of a deficit ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/10/2015

Aqua Fest returns to Nautical Mile next week

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Pirates, pancakes, pets and more will descend on the Nautical Mile when Aqua Fest returns July 17-19. With a name that evokes a celebration of the water, events will be scattered along the Nautical Mile, with a wine and beer ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/08/2015

Suspicious man reported near school playground

St. Clair Shores Police are paying special attention to the area surrounding Harmon Elementary School after two children reported a suspicious man following them home yesterday around 6 p.m.Sgt. Bill Reiss said that a 13-year-old boy and a 12-year-old ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/07/2015

City debates regulation of LED lights

ST. CLAIR SHORES — With new technology comes new debate over whether and how it should be regulated, and how it affects the look of the city. City Council debated LED lighting at a recent study session at the behest of Councilman Chris Vitale, ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/06/2015

Fireworks damage house, SUV over July 4 holiday

A burned vehicle and a damaged house were the results of July 4 festivities on Grand Lake Street, according to St. Clair Shores Police.Police Chief Todd Woodcox said that the damage in the 21000 block of Grand Lake Street occurred when consumer-grade ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 07/02/2015

Notoriano fired from police force

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Nearly two years after the incident, a St. Clair Shores police sergeant has been fired for actions he allegedly took in the city of Detroit to get back an iPhone that belonged to his teenage daughter. Michael Notoriano, 43, of ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 06/30/2015

Scrivo sentenced to life without parole

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Donna Scrivo was sentenced June 30 to life in prison without the possibility of parole in the death, disinterment and mutilation of her son’s body.Scrivo, 61, of St. Clair Shores, was found guilty May 18 of first-degree ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 06/29/2015

Council, TIFA authorizes Blossom Heath seawall repairs

ST. CLAIR SHORES — City Council approved a loan from the city’s utility fund to the Tax Increment Financing Authority (TIFA) on June 15 to pay for immediate repairs to the seawall at Blossom Heath Park. A portion of the seawall at Blossom ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 06/29/2015

Local teen wins state pageant title

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Before Vanessa Chambe began competing in local Miss America’s Outstanding Teen preliminary competitions, she was shy and somewhat insecure, her mother said. But now, the 17-year-old former Miss Teen St. Clair Shores ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 06/29/2015

Shores reviews investment policy

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Continuing its conservative financial path, City Council approved the next fiscal year’s investment policy with some changes that still protect the principal. Finance Director Doug Haag said the city’s investment ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 06/29/2015

Council approves new police laptops

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Officers will have new technology at their fingertips in their patrol cars this year, thanks to an upgrade approved by City Council in June. Police Lt. Anthony Pietrzak said that the Police Department doesn’t have much ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 06/29/2015

Change to ordinance permits street corner solicitors only on weekends

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Emphasizing that they don’t wish to harm local charities that rely upon street solicitation for their fundraising efforts, City Council voted June 15 to restrict street solicitation to just two weekend days per year for each ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 06/29/2015

Summer meal program available at Masonic Heights

ST. CLAIR SHORES — While plenty of families get help feeding their students during the school year, oftentimes that assistance stops when the last bell of the year rings. Lake Shore Public Schools is hosting a summer food service program at ...Read More

St. Clair Shores 06/29/2015

City battles storms to keep roads clear, homes dry

Sustained strong winds and heavy rain kept St. Clair Shores residents inside their homes Saturday, while forestry and sewer workers from the Department of Public Works were hard at work, said DPW Director Bryan Babcock.“We had three trees that we ...Read More

Mount Clemens - Clinton - Harrison Journal

Mount Clemens 07/26/2015

Mount Clemens library celebrates 150th birthday

MOUNT CLEMENS — Led by Professor Silas Wood, the Mount Clemens Public Library opened up to the public on the third floor of the old Union School in 1865.That room, in a building that later became the Alexander Macomb Learning Center and is now the ...Read More

Mount Clemens 07/25/2015

Mount Clemens showcased during investment tour

MOUNT CLEMENS — Approximately 30 potential investors visited Mount Clemens on July 15 to get an idea of what can become of the once booming metropolis.The Macomb County Department of Planning and Economic Development joined forces with city ...Read More

Harrison Township 07/24/2015

Aquapalooza kicks off 4th year at Belle Maer

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — The only local concert on the water is happening on Lake St. Clair this weekend.Aquapalooza, now in its fourth year at Belle Maer Harbor in Harrison Township, will feature eight local and national bands who will perform for two ...Read More

Harrison Township 07/23/2015

Harrison Township library celebrating full-time hours

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — The Harrison Township Public Library will officially become a full-time library beginning Aug. 3.To mark the historic occasion, officials will be holding an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/22/2015

Sheriffs remind boaters to practice safety while on the water

METRO DETROIT — Summer is officially in full swing, and local boaters from around southeast Michigan are hitting the “busiest freshwater lake in the world” and its myriad connecting rivers, canals and streams for some outdoor water ...Read More

Harrison Township 07/22/2015

Community invited to give input in charrette at Selfridge

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — A unique collaborative effort of the communities around Selfridge Air National Guard Base convenes July 29-30, and the public is encouraged to participate.The U.S. Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ), in collaboration with ...Read More

Mount Clemens 07/22/2015

Mount Clemens charity receives donation to help local entities

MOUNT CLEMENS — A Mount Clemens-based charitable organization is thanking its ties with a national office supply company for helping it support numerous Macomb County organizations, as well as one in Oakland County.Tom Cleaver, founder of the We ...Read More

Mount Clemens 07/16/2015

Mount Clemens school board votes against renewing superintendent’s contract

  MOUNT CLEMENS — In a 4-3 vote on July 6, the Mount Clemens Community Schools Board of Education did not renew Superintendent Deborah Wahlstrom’s contract.The vote came following Wahlstrom’s 2 1/2 ...Read More

Mount Clemens 07/10/2015

Turning Point shelter reopens after fire

MOUNT CLEMENS — One week after an accidental fire displaced some 40 women and children, Turning Point shelter was open once again.Debbie McPeek, Turning Point CEO, said the cleaning process was a swift one thanks to help from the ...Read More

Mount Clemens 07/08/2015

Man charged in fatal car crash involving Windsor man

MOUNT CLEMENS — A 35-year-old Harrison Township man has been charged in a December 2014 crash that killed a 65-year-old Canadian man.David Scott McKinney turned himself in to the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office on June 29 and was arraigned ...Read More

Mount Clemens 07/07/2015

Uptown concert series kicks off July 10

MOUNT CLEMENS — The popular Uptown Friday Night Concert Series, sponsored by the Downtown Development Authority and local businesses, returns to downtown Mount Clemens for a fifth season beginning July 10.The  free, family-friendly outdoor ...Read More

Harrison Township 07/06/2015

Allegedly drunken driver runs stop sign, crashes into business

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — Independence Day began with a dramatic crash as a Novi man smashed his vehicle into Blue Water Marine in Harrison Township.Macomb County Sheriff Anthony Wickersham said one of his deputies patrolling the area of Jefferson ...Read More

Harrison Township 07/06/2015

Homeless man’s body found in Clinton River

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — The body of 54-year-old homeless man was recovered from the Clinton River spillway in Harrison Township this weekend, Macomb County Sheriff’s officials report.According to Lt. John Michalke, a 21-year-old boater observed ...Read More

Mount Clemens 07/04/2015

Festival ‘weathered the storm’

MOUNT CLEMENS — Though the first two days offered perfect weather for a fair, music and fireworks, the heavy, daylong rains on June 27 forced organizers of the Summer Magic Festival to shut down the festivities indefinitely.Promoter Paul Shalhoub, ...Read More

Mount Clemens 07/02/2015

Macomb County board honors local volunteers

MOUNT CLEMENS — More than 60 volunteers from throughout Macomb County were honored by the Macomb County Board of Commissioners on June 25.In order to be recognized, volunteers were required to donate at least 150 hours toward organizations ...Read More

Macomb County 07/01/2015

Macomb County jurors can now utilize Uber taxi service

MACOMB COUNTY — A jury summons in Macomb County now comes with a driver.Through a 60-day pilot project, Macomb County jurors will receive an Uber code good for a $20 ride each way or a $40 round trip to and from the courthouse. In most ...Read More

Mount Clemens 06/29/2015

Accidental fire displaces women, children at shelter

MOUNT CLEMENS — A fire that broke out Sunday at Turning Point in Mount Clemens has left nearly 40 women and children seeking temporary new shelter.Mount Clemens Fire Department Captain Gregg Shipman said the fire, which was deemed accidental, ...Read More

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Metro Detroit 07/26/2015

Supreme Court upholds ACA tax subsidies

METRO DETROIT — In a 6-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold the availability of Affordable Care Act tax subsidies to assist low-income people with purchasing health insurance. Through the Affordable Care Act, states can create an ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/22/2015

Township fire chief retires

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — A changing of the guard is taking place in the Clinton Township Fire Department. Fire Chief Jack Shea retired June 30, leaving the position in limbo for the time being. Human Resources Director Bill Smith confirmed that ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/22/2015

Fate of township office clerk position stirs debate

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The future of a clerk position has drawn strong emotions from some members of Clinton Township’s Board of Trustees. At the board meeting on June 29, the board was advised by the Personal Vacancy Review Committee to ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/22/2015

Forfeited parcels transferred to township by county

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Like it has done since the beginning of this century, Clinton Township has acquired a slew of properties that were forfeited because of nonpayment on taxes. The Macomb County’s Treasurer’s Office informed the ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/22/2015

Three new police officers hired to boost department numbers

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Attrition in Clinton Township’s Police Department became a grim reality during the recession, and continued efforts to get back to old employment numbers have proven to be successful. The hiring trend has continued to go ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/22/2015

Calls low so far this year despite recent kitchen fires

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Despite battling a pair of recent kitchen fires, the Clinton Township Fire Department is hoping that education efforts are helping to slow its number of calls following two very busy years. Township Fire Marshal Ron Young said ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/22/2015

State eliminates February elections

METRO DETROIT — Gov. Rick Snyder signed six bills June 29 amending Michigan’s election law to eliminate February elections, which supporters say will save taxpayers money. Prior to the amendment, elections could be held on four dates in a ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/22/2015

There’s a fungus among us

METRO DETROIT — Things were going so well. You started your seeds on time indoors or had luck finding gorgeous heirloom plants at the local greenhouse. Everything went into the ground on schedule, and the plants really took off when the weather ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/22/2015

Drink in summer memories

METRO DETROIT — It doesn’t take many ingredients to mix up a perfect summer evening: balmy air, a few friends and some refreshing drinks to sip on as the sun sets. And it doesn’t need to take many ingredients or fancy add-ons to make ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/15/2015

Mom-to-mom sales offer great deals— if you know what to look for

METRO DETROIT — No two parenting styles are alike. You’ve got your helicopter parents, your attachment parents, your free-range parents — the options are seemingly endless. But one thing most moms and dads can agree on is that ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/15/2015

Senior Brigade warns about home repair scams

METRO DETROIT — ’Tis the season for summer and fall home repairs. But as homeowners work rapidly to complete projects before the winter months, scam contractors might slip right under their noses. On June 19, Glenn Clark, a presenter ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/15/2015

Community GiveBack contest provides for others

METRO DETROIT — Leslie McMahon has always had a connection to law enforcement. Her late father, Arthur Dickinson, was an associate member of the Fraternal Order of Police No. 130 in Ferndale, and her late grandfather, E. Parker Dickinson, was a ...Read More

Fraser 07/14/2015

Local man leads volunteer operation to feed homeless

FRASER — From the ages of 11 to 17, Jeremiah Chappelle became unnaturally acclimated to being homeless.His existence was one that is still felt by many, sleeping in the basement of the abandoned Michigan Central Station and diving into trash cans ...Read More

Fraser 07/14/2015

Fraser carnival aims to remain biggest show in town

FRASER — Mark Hemelberg said the 2014 rendition of the Fraser Lions Carnival saw estimates of 25,000-40,000 people in attendance, solidifying the event as the continued premier social affair in the city. Hemelberg, who is the 2015 festival ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/14/2015

Culture goals presented for Chippewa schools

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — As part of a presentation by the strategic planning committee at a Chippewa Valley Schools Board of Education meeting on June 15, a series of culture goals were suggested for the district. LaTonya Hudson, a parent in the ...Read More

Fraser 07/14/2015

Council eyes August date for selecting towing service

FRASER — One month after a split City Council decision resulted in the delay of reinstatement for Foster’s Towing and Repairs, the council voted on July 9 to go out for bid for a city towing service. Mayor Doug Hagerty, Councilman Dan ...Read More

Fraser 07/14/2015

Fraser resident starts petition to have open council seat filled

FRASER — Fraser resident Thomas LaDuke won’t stand for an empty City Council seat anymore, and his stance is joined by at least 103 others. LaDuke stood at the podium after more than four hours of unrelated discussion at the city’s ...Read More

Fraser 07/14/2015

Barrier-free McKinley Park shows progress

FRASER — When it comes to progress, some people don’t believe it until they see it. But when it comes to McKinley Park in Fraser, the visual proof is there: Dirt has been strewn around, and construction vehicles have become a constant in ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/08/2015

Exercising with your pooch can be fun — if you play it safe

METRO DETROIT — You know that itch you’ve had to get outside and burn off some of that extra energy? Well, guess what? Your pooch feels the same way. Plenty of people have gotten into the habit of not just walking their dogs around the ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/08/2015

Expansion of professional learning discussed for Chippewa schools

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — During a June 15 Board of Education meeting, a strategic planning committee for Chippewa Valley schools presented four areas of potential change in the next three to five years. One of those areas discussed was professional ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/08/2015

State investigating youth league after ex-treasurer’s embezzlement sentence

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Almost two months after the criminal sentencing of its former treasurer, Clinton Valley Little League is being investigated for possible violations. In early May, Karen Dimitrie, the 63-year-old ex-treasurer of the little ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/08/2015

Council split on bringing back longtime towing company

FRASER — Foster’s Towing and Repairs has been a Fraser fixture for more than 50 years, but recent legal issues have led some city leaders to look in a different direction. In December, the city put an administrative hold on the towing ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/08/2015

Board OKs refunding bonds for court, water and sewage

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Clinton Township Treasurer Bill Sowerby called the passing of multiple bond refunds an exciting step in the township’s economic present and future. On June 29, the Board of Trustees unanimously approved two separate ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/08/2015

Clinton Township Police Dept. joins Nixle alert system

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The Clinton Township Police Department has further involved itself in the digital age, becoming part of the Nixle system that provides instantaneous alerts to individuals regarding serious public safety issues in the ...Read More

Clinton Township 07/08/2015

Man faces life in prison after sexual assault conviction

MACOMB COUNTY — A Macomb County Circuit Court jury recently found a 51-year-old Clinton Township man guilty of sexually assaulting two young girls. In front of Judge Richard Caretti, Michael Ditrapani was convicted of two counts of first-degree ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/01/2015

Ride on with caution

METRO DETROIT — Whether people are renting inflatable bouncers for parties or are among the more than 40 million carnival and amusement park-goers, real dangers are mixed in with the fun.   The Michigan Department of Licensing and ...Read More

Clinton Township 06/30/2015

Township’s fireworks festivities aim to be best yet

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — As the bombs burst in the air, people of all ages should enjoy the fireworks and festivities July 8 at the Clinton Township Civic Center. This year is the eighth time the township has put on the show, with help from multiple ...Read More

Clinton Township 06/30/2015

Phase two of sewer relief projects approved by Board

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The sewer systems in Clinton Township will continue to get overhauled as part of orders from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. At its June 15 meeting, the Township Board of Trustees unanimously approved the ...Read More

Clinton Township 06/30/2015

Movie theater to undergo $8.5 million renovation

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Get your popcorn ready because a local cinema is trying to bring big crowds back to the movies. Clinton Township’s Board of Trustees recently approved an $8.5 million remodeling of AMC Star Gratiot 21, located in the ...Read More

Clinton Township 06/30/2015

Car chase ends with teen driving into Clinton River

CLINTON TOWNSHIP— A 16-year old Macomb Township male was arrested by Macomb County sheriff's deputies after a car chase that ended in the Clinton River.The sheriff’s office is reporting that at approximately 5:23 a.m. on June 25, a ...Read More

Clinton Township 06/30/2015

Curriculum goals presented during strategic planning presentation

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — On June 15, a strategic planning committee that was formed this past November presented its findings and goals to the Chippewa Valley Board of Education.The committee presented goals for culture, technology, curriculum and ...Read More

Clinton Township 06/29/2015

Man who shot child at park heads to court facing four charges

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — A man who allegedly shot a young child by accident in a local park will see his day in court. Christian Eric-Deandre Howard, 24, recently waived his right to a preliminary examination and thus moved his case to the Macomb ...Read More

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Roseville 07/24/2015

Roseville war veteran honored at 90th birthday

ROSEVILLE — Roseville resident Bill Palmer served as a medic with the Canadian Armed Forces during World War II, but it was not until his 90th birthday July 17 at his Roseville home that he received formal recognition for his life-saving efforts ...Read More

Roseville 07/22/2015

Roseville approves bid for new street repair projects

ROSEVILLE — The City Council approved a $1.5 million bid to reconstruct Park and Frank streets during its regular meeting July 14 in a 6-0 vote. According to City Manager Scott Adkins, the city only received two bids for the project: the winning ...Read More

Roseville 07/22/2015

Drivers injured in two-car accident

ROSEVILLE — A rear-end collision on northbound Gratiot Avenue, at 14 Mile Road, on July 13 has left two people hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. According to a press release from the Roseville Police Department, at about 11 p.m., ...Read More

Roseville 07/22/2015

Police search for suspect in attempted robbery

ROSEVILLE — The Roseville Police Department is searching for a man who allegedly tried to rob Rainbow Jewelry, located on Gratiot, at gunpoint July 14. According to a press release, the suspect entered the jewelry store at around 11:30 a.m., ...Read More

Roseville 07/22/2015

Roseville library friends celebrate 40 years

ROSEVILLE — The Roseville Public Library is honoring its Friends of the Roseville Public Library group with a celebration July 23, 40 years to the day of its founding. The Friends of the Library is a volunteer fundraising group that helps the ...Read More

Eastpointe 07/22/2015

Sizzlin’ Summer free event returning for second year

EASTPOINTE — The Recreation Authority of Roseville and Eastpointe’s Sizzlin’ Summer Night event is back for the second time July 31 at Eastpointe’s Kennedy Park, and according to organizers, there are some tweaks to the free ...Read More

Eastpointe 07/22/2015

Looking Back: The Templeton Farmhouse

EASTPOINTE — This month’s historical picture is a drawing of the Templeton Farm, circa 1895, from an old Macomb County plat map atlas. An English immigrant known as Mr. Houghton originally bought the Erin Township property in the mid-1800s and ...Read More

Eastpointe 07/17/2015

Farmers market canceled for rest of season

EASTPOINTE — The Eastpointe Farmers Market has been canceled for the rest of the year due to issues getting vendors. Amanda Hughes, recreation office assistant with the Recreation Authority of Roseville and Eastpointe, RARE, said the farmers ...Read More

Roseville 07/14/2015

Police search for suspect in attempted robbery

The Roseville Police Department is searching for a man who allegedly tried to rob Rainbow Jewelry, located on Gratiot, at gunpoint July 14.According to a press release, the suspect entered the jewelry store at around 11:30 a.m., approached the counter, ...Read More

Eastpointe 07/13/2015

Walkable areas become more popular in region

EASTPOINTE — A recent study by George Washington University found that not only are more Michigan residents interested in moving to areas that are more “walkable,” but that Eastpointe is among the communities well-positioned to take ...Read More

Roseville 07/10/2015

Roseville police say shooting wasn’t a crime

ROSEVILLE — An Eastpointe man was hospitalized for a non-life-threatening gunshot wound July 6, but police do not believe foul play was involved. According to a press release from Roseville Police Chief James Berlin, at around 2 p.m., the ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/10/2015

Great Lakes water levels reach highest point since 1998

METRO DETROIT — Water levels on the Great Lakes have not only recovered over the past two years, but as of June, they are higher than they have been since the 1990s. All five Great Lakes and Lake St. Clair have passed their long-term averages as ...Read More

Eastpointe 07/09/2015

Cities clean up fireworks debris after holiday weekend

Not everybody cleaned up the mess after setting off fireworks during the Independence Day weekend. Instead, they left their debris and garbage for the cities to clean up.Eastpointe had fireworks remnants scattered on streets throughout the entire city, ...Read More

Roseville 07/07/2015

Man in critical condition after being hit by bus

Updated: July 10 ROSEVILLE — A 35-year-old man was in critical condition after being hit by a Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation bus on Gratiot Avenue on July 7. At approximately 2:30 p.m., the 560 Gratiot Avenue bus ...Read More

Roseville 07/07/2015

Roseville’s police and fire to face off in charity softball game

ROSEVILLE — Emergency personnel will be meeting in a distinctly non-emergency setting July 26, as Roseville’s police and fire departments will face off in a Guns ‘N’ Hoses softball game at Huron Park. The Eastpointe-Roseville ...Read More

Roseville 07/07/2015

Recreation center expansion work is nearly done

ROSEVILLE — The construction work on the recreation center that started last year is down to the “final touches,” according to Recreation Authority of Roseville & Eastpointe Director Tony Lipinski. Lipinski said that although he ...Read More

Eastpointe 07/07/2015

Eastside Teen Outreach dedicates Sweeney Stage

EASTPOINTE — The Eastside Teen Outreach Center held a dedication ceremony June 26 for its new Sweeney Stage, which is named for the late Eastpointe City Councilman Bill Sweeney, who designed it last year. Eastside Teen Outreach Director of ...Read More

Metro Detroit 07/07/2015

Noise pollution is a health issue

METRO DETROIT — Noise pollution could be a contributing factor for cardiovascular diseases like heart attacks and hypertension, but regulations are limited to what local municipalities have set up and can enforce. Richard Neitzel, assistant ...Read More

Roseville 07/07/2015

Roseville police search for answers in shooting

An Eastpointe man was hospitalized for a non-life-threatening gunshot wound July 6, and today police were still trying to make sense of what had happened.According to a press release from Roseville Police Chief James Berlin, at around 2 p.m., the ...Read More

Eastpointe 07/02/2015

Early Eastpointe church celebrates 170th anniversary

EASTPOINTE — St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Eastpointe turned 170 this year after being founded in 1845 — a mere eight years after Michigan became a state. According to church member Cindy Odren, the church’s origins actually ...Read More

Roseville 07/01/2015

School board member’s Facebook post a ‘mistake’

ROSEVILLE — A Facebook post allegedly shared by a Roseville Community Schools Board of Education member June 10 has led the Council for American-Islamic Relations’ Michigan executive director to call for the board member’s ...Read More

Eastpointe 07/01/2015

East Detroit approves positive budget

EASTPOINTE — Not only will East Detroit Public Schools start its next fiscal year with more money in the bank than expected, but under a proposed budget, it should continue to slowly rebuild its general fund after massive deficits threatened the ...Read More

Roseville 06/30/2015

RoseFest exceeds organizers’ expectations

ROSEVILLE — With the 2015 RoseFest event in the rearview mirror, Roseville City Manager — and one of the organizers — Scott Adkins said the festival exceeded their expectations for a new event. He estimated that about 40,000 people ...Read More



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