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Published March 11, 2016

WARREN — A Warren man accused of assaulting an 88-year-old resident and stealing her purse at a local market remained jailed with bail set at $250,000 March 8 ahead of his next appearance before a 37th District Court judge.

Steven Boyd, 44, was arrested by officers assigned to the Warren Police Department’s Special Operations Unit on Feb. 26, just hours after he allegedly injured a senior citizen during a strong-arm robbery at the Oak Ridge Market on Ryan, south of 11 Mile Road.

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Published March 9, 2016

METRO DETROIT — For some, it’s all about heritage and what their family has grown for generations. For others, it’s about taste and an abundant natural variety. 

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Published March 8, 2016

WARREN — A Warren man accused of assaulting an 88-year-old resident and stealing her purse at a local market remained jailed with bail set at $250,000 March 8 ahead of his next appearance before a 37th District Court judge.

Steven Boyd, 44, was arrested by officers assigned to the Warren Police Department’s Special Operations Unit on Feb. 26, just hours after he allegedly injured a senior citizen during a strong-arm robbery at the Oak Ridge Market on Ryan, south of 11 Mile Road.

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Published March 8, 2016

WARREN — The Warren Mott High School National Honor Society has found a way to honor the memory of 2006 WMHS graduate Marcus Bawol, who made the ultimate sacrifice for his country.

The school’s NHS has established the Marcus Bawol Memorial Scholarship. The U.S. Marine Corps staff sergeant was one of 11 people killed during a helicopter training mission March 10, 2015, in Santa Rosa Sound off the Gulf of Mexico, east of Pensacola, Florida. Bawol enlisted in the Marine Corps in 2007.

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Published March 8, 2016

WARREN — If you own a business in Warren or want to do business here, Mark Tremper wants to meet you.

Tremper, who works as the vice president of marketing for a credit union across town and runs his own marketing consulting group in Warren, said his involvement in other chambers of commerce and business associations led him to the realization that his hometown lacked an organization for its own business community. He said that really hit home when Forbes magazine named the Warren area to its list of “Best Places for Businesses and Careers” last year.

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Published March 6, 2016

WARREN — Nearly 3,000 people came to “Feel the Bern” March 5 at Macomb Community College’s Warren campus.

A mixed-age crowd poured into MCC’s Sports and Expo Center to see presidential Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, of Vermont, discuss his campaign initiatives.

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Published March 4, 2016

WARREN — Last week, officials from Warren Woods Public Schools and Van Dyke Public Schools informed parents about students allegedly approached by strangers in separate incidents.

WWPS officials alerted parents in the district about a stranger who allegedly approached a Westwood Elementary student as he walked home from school Feb. 29. WWPS Superintendent Stacey Denewith-Fici notified parents, students and staff by letter to make them aware of the situation. The letter was also posted on the district’s website.

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Published March 4, 2016

WARREN — A Warren man accused of killing his wife in their home near Stephens and Hayes was ordered held without bond last week during his arraignment on a first-degree murder charge.

Devon Williams, 25, was taken into custody at 10:23 a.m. March 2 after police arrived at a home in the 23500 block of Columbus, where they found his wife, Michelle Williams, also 25, unresponsive.

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Published March 4, 2016

WARREN — A 58-year-old Detroit man remained in critical condition March 1, three days after he was struck by a vehicle on Van Dyke south of 14 Mile Road.

“He had just got off a SMART bus and attempted to cross the street when the accident happened,” said Detective Chris Strackbein, of the Warren Police Department, the officer in charge of the case.

The injured man was not named, pending the results of an ongoing investigation.

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Published March 4, 2016

WARREN —  If the voters like what Mayor Jim Fouts is doing and if they find value in the work being done with tax money generated through two special millages, they may get an opportunity to show it when they head to the polls in August. 

Most of the members of the Warren City Council met for a special meeting on March 1, where they collectively approved a series of requests that could give residents the right to vote on three separate ballot questions this summer. 

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Published March 4, 2016

WARREN — Presidential hopeful Donald Trump laid it out on the line during a campaign rally March 4 inside the Macomb Community College Sports and Expo Center in Warren. 

One issue the Republican candidate addressed to an enthusiastic crowd of about 4,000 supporters was Michigan’s auto industry. He also touched on his personal disdain for how the United States does business with China and Mexico. 

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Published March 2, 2016

A new program introduced by Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan looks to help qualified homebuyers receive loans to purchase renovated homes in the city.

Duggan introduced the Detroit Home Mortgage program at a press conference on Thursday, Feb. 18, and detailed how banks will give a second mortgage needed to purchase renovated homes or make repairs to homes in Detroit.

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Published March 1, 2016

WARREN — Two weeks after Derek Miller left the Michigan House of Representatives to become the new Macomb County treasurer, Gov. Rick Snyder announced a special election to fill the ensuing vacancy in the Legislature.

If that sounds simple and straightforward, it isn’t.

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Published February 29, 2016

WARREN — Those who work year-round to make the annual Summerfest outreach a success say they couldn’t do it without the community’s support.

The seeds that blossom each August at Summerfest’s two locations in south Warren — where hundreds of families receive groceries, haircuts, sports physicals, backpacks full of school supplies and other needed things — are planted before the spring thaw at the Taste of Hope Auction & Tastefest.

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Published February 26, 2016

WARREN — Two people were wounded, one man was in custody, and another was reportedly on the run after a shooting at a home near Eight Mile and Groesbeck early on Feb. 21.

Detective Sgt. Stephen Mills, of the Warren Police Department, said the search continued at press time for a 25-year-old Macomb Township man who allegedly fired multiple rounds after two other men became involved in an altercation during a family party at a home in the 12000 block of Georgiana just after 2 a.m.

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Published February 22, 2016

WARREN — It’s February, and that means it’s crunch time for car buffs putting the finishing touches on this year’s dazzling entries headed for Autorama.

For some of them, this has been going on for years.

“I’ve been putting one in every year since 1984,” said Bill Kellogg, a Warren resident of 16 years, who will roll into Detroit’s Cobo Center for the 64th annual Meguiar’s Autorama Feb. 26-28 with his “barn find,” a 1940 Willys coupe.

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Published February 22, 2016

FARMINGTON HILLS — How did the American culture of death and dying come to be?

When do you talk to children about death? What happens when and after we die?

These questions and more are dissected during the third and last installment of “The Embrace of Aging” program on Detroit Public Television this month: “The Embrace of Dying — How We Deal with End of Life,” which premiered Feb. 8 as an eight-part series.

The first two installments focused on the male and female perspectives of growing old.

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Published February 21, 2016

WARREN/CENTER LINE — This month, students in the Southwest Macomb Technical Education Consortium have been in the spotlight, as February has been designated Career and Technical Education Month.

SMTEC is a partnership between the Center Line, Fitzgerald, Van Dyke and Warren Woods districts that provides career technical education (CTE) to 10th-, 11th- and 12th-grade students.

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Published February 20, 2016

METRO DETROIT — Book lovers across metro Detroit are invited to experience a communitywide reading program sponsored by public libraries in Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties.

Now in its 15th year, Everyone’s Reading promotes community dialogue through reading and discussing the same book. This year’s book selection is “Shanghai Girls,” by Lisa See.

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Published February 19, 2016

WARREN — Within approximately two hours, Warren police and Warren Woods Public Schools officials found the individual who allegedly posted a threat against Warren Woods Tower High School on social media Feb. 16.

District Superintendent Stacey Denewith-Fici said in an email that the threat was made by a current student, who was immediately taken into police custody. A concerned citizen contacted an administrator regarding the alleged threat posted on Snapchat.

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