Features

Published January 29, 2021

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — If you’re looking for something fun to get you out of the house and into the fresh air, you might want to check out the third annual road rally competition that the Woman’s Life Chapter 911 will be hosting in March.

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Published January 25, 2021

C&G Newspapers

SHELBY TOWNSHIP/UTICA/STERLING HEIGHTS — A Utica Community Schools paraprofessional announced that he would be attempting to run to every school in the district and invited people to cheer him on while he ran Jan. 9.

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Published January 28, 2021

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — A Shelby Township resident and author released the 12th book of her romance series Jan 18.

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Published January 26, 2021

UTICA — A woman in Utica is facing an animal torture charge after allegedly throwing a small dog into the Clinton River repeatedly, causing it trauma Jan. 4.

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Published January 25, 2021

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — A crash involving a commercial vehicle and a pickup truck Jan. 19 at the intersection of 21 Mile Road and Van Dyke Avenue claimed the lives of a father and daughter.

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Published January 27, 2021

UTICA —The Michigan Municipal League announced Jan. 11 that it has given its highest individual honor to a longtime Utica mayor and Michigan Municipal League supporter.

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Published January 24, 2021

ROSEVILLE — Vets Returning Home in Roseville has been helping homeless veterans for the last seven years, but the last year has been the most challenging of all.

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Published January 22, 2021

ROSEVILLE — Dorsey Schools in Roseville hosted a food giveaway Jan. 8 for employees in the hospitality industry.

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Published January 26, 2021

ROSEVILLE — Dr. Kathy Rollinger has been practicing medicine in southeast Michigan for her entire career and has saved and changed untold lives during that time.

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Published January 22, 2021

HARPER WOODS — A school district is supposed to give children an education, but what many often forget is that a district also is in charge of making sure its students are well fed so they can learn.

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Published January 24, 2021

HARPER WOODS — On Dec. 6, an experiment designed by four students at Chandler Park Academy in Harper Woods was taken into space by NASA as part of the 14th National Center for Earth and Space Science Education’s Student Spaceflight program.

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Published January 23, 2021

DETROIT — Wayne County and many across Michigan are mourning the death of Sheriff Benny Napoleon, while also welcoming his successor, Raphael Washington, who was previously serving under Napoleon as the deputy chief of jail and courts.

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Published January 22, 2021

HARPER WOODS — Harper Woods city officials and leaders are looking toward the future and are sharing what their New Year’s resolutions are for 2021 in regard to the Harper Woods community.

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Published January 22, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — St. Clair Shores officials once again alerted the community to potential lead in water from homes with lead service lines after semiannual testing found eight sites out of 62 tested where the Action Level of 15 parts per billion was exceeded.

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Published January 25, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Their lives have been upended for more than 10 months, and staff and administrators at Lake Shore Public Schools want to make sure students know where they can turn for help with mental health.

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Published January 23, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — A place for comrades to gather and share war stories, for relatives to celebrate a new member of the family, for people to come together and enjoy a meal or entertainment is now in need of help from the community it supports.

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Published January 22, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Between improvements to Blossom Heath Park and cabin fever exacerbated by COVID-19 shutdowns, plenty of people from St. Clair Shores and the surrounding communities showed up on a cold weekend in January to enjoy the activities offered during the Aqua Freeze Festival.

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Published January 24, 2021

STERLING HEIGHTS — After having to shut down certain services for months at a time in 2020 due to coronavirus concerns, Sterling Heights’ Community Center and public library are starting to reintroduce in-person activities and services, at least in a limited way.

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Published January 22, 2021

STERLING HEIGHTS — A turbulent 2020 is over, but a couple of local charities continue to expect brisk demand in 2021.

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Published January 26, 2021

HAZEL PARK — A summer tradition at the Hazel Park library is making its winter debut.

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