Business & Development

Published October 27, 2021

MADISON HEIGHTS — The food service industry continues to struggle with labor shortages, supply chain problems, and patrons who are wary to visit during the pandemic.

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Published October 27, 2021

MADISON HEIGHTS — After months of contracting out planning services, Madison Heights has hired a dedicated city planner, who will oversee land use and development in the community.

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Published October 27, 2021

MADISON HEIGHTS — The Madison Heights Planning Commission is aiming to bring new business and housing to the city. One approach has been to craft ordinance revisions that incentivize property owners of vacant or underutilized parcels to renovate or redevelop.

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Published October 27, 2021

MOUNT CLEMENS — Sharron Pinheiro says it’s more than just yoga. It’s a “community.” More Than a Mat Yoga opened in mid-September.

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Published October 26, 2021

CENTER LINE — More than $13 million in upgrades is underway at the Center Line Park Tower complex in the heart of the city.

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Published October 26, 2021

WARREN — Down 18 people from its budgeted staffing level and competing with other agencies to fill its ranks and keep equipment rolling, the Warren Fire Department is getting creative in its efforts to find, train and hire firefighter/paramedics.

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Published October 22, 2021

METRO DETROIT — We’ve seen it before — empty store shelves, purchase limits and skyrocketing prices — and, unfortunately, experts say these things aren’t going anywhere soon.

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Published October 14, 2021

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — Three of six phases of mass rezoning in Macomb Township are now complete.

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Published October 14, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Stating that his goal is to bring Blossom Heath Inn “back to its original opulence,” Encore Catering and Banquet Center’s Robert Anthony Nahra, known as “Chef Bobby,” was chosen to be the new operator of the historic banquet facility at 24800 Jefferson Ave.

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Published October 13, 2021

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — No specific plans have been announced for what could be located near recently rezoned property by 23 Mile and Romeo Plank roads.

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Published October 13, 2021

BERKLEY — A decision on a commercial rehabilitation exemption certificate for a project at the former Our Lady of La Salette School was delayed.

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Published October 12, 2021

HARRISON TOWNSHIP — The goal is for it to serve as a place to learn about aviation and the physics of flying.

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Published October 11, 2021

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — An event aimed at giving residents a chance to shape the future was recently held in Macomb Township.

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Published October 8, 2021

WARREN — One of the biggest automakers in the world has plugged its plans to further electric vehicle battery technology into the heart of Macomb County.

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Published October 8, 2021

FARMINGTON — Local movie lovers may have noticed a change when checking for show information or driving by the Farmington Civic Theater in recent weeks.

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Published October 8, 2021

MOUNT CLEMENS — Broadway may have been dark for 18 months, but it’s coming back to life in New York. It’s returning to Mount Clemens, too, with a spooky twist.

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Published October 8, 2021

SOUTHFIELD — A Southfield company is among 15 nationwide chosen for the first class of Apple’s Impact Accelerator — a program aimed at helping minority-owned businesses that are committed to green technology and clean energy.

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Published October 7, 2021

C&G Newspapers

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — With a celebratory cutting of the ribbon, Clinton-Macomb Public Library Director Larry Neal proudly declared the North Branch open for business.

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Published October 7, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — St. Clair Shores will no longer require restaurant and bar owners to go before the Zoning Board of Appeals for a parking variance when installing outdoor seating after City Council voted to amend the zoning ordinance.

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Published October 6, 2021

MADISON HEIGHTS — Eligible groups in Madison Heights are able to apply for grants through a program funded by ongoing donations from local marijuana companies — part of a pledge that the businesses made when they set up shop in the city.

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