The C & G Editorial staff selected some of the top stories that appeared in our recent print editions.
STAFF FAVORITE — JULY 2013:
100 years since copper strike, U.P. town copes with past
About the reporter: Robert Guttersohn primarily covers Royal Oak and Clawson crime, schools and government and writes for the Royal Oak Review. He enjoys writing enterprise and human-interest stories.
About the story: Robert first heard of the 100-year-old tragedy in Calumet while working on another story for C & G Newspapers earlier in the year. With the centennial of the copper strike only months away, he immediately felt compelled to make a trip to Keweenaw Peninsula for interviews. What Robert didn't expect to find was a region still coping with its past.
GROSSE POINTE WOODS
Couple groomed for doggone fine union
'The screwiest life'
Madison Heights man who earned fame as George 'The Animal' Steele talks life, wrestling at book signing
Help from the fairway
Golf outing to benefit Special Needs Program in St. Clair Shores
The man behind the microphone
A conversation with Detroit Pistons broadcaster George Blaha