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Published August 14, 2018

TROY — Beaumont Health agreed to pay $84.5 million in settlements over allegations of overpayment to physicians, as well as for allegedly leasing office space to some doctors for below market rates and for supplying them with office staff for reduced rates between 2004 and 2012 in exchange for referrals. 

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Published August 14, 2018

TROY — A store at Somerset Collection known for quirky, one-of-a-kind items will close its storefront in 60 days, though the merchandise will be available online beyond that. 

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Published August 14, 2018

TROY — More than 100 juried painters, potters, photographers, fiber and stained glass artists will bring their best to the 42nd annual Northfield Hills Art on the Lake Aug. 26. 

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Published August 14, 2018

TROY — Troy Fire Station 4 Lt. Shawn Hugg was chosen by his peers as 2018 Troy Firefighter of the Year. 

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Published August 14, 2018

TROY — Modeled after the popular TED Talks series on YouTube, the Troy Public Library Teen Advisory Board will host 14 speakers talking about various topics at the library 1-3 p.m. Aug. 18 for the Troy Talks program.

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Published August 14, 2018

Although Pawfficer Badges had to pass on the purrfect pawsition as head of the newly formed Troy Police Department Feline Unit due to health reasons, she is now the spokescat for the cause of feline leukemia.

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Published August 13, 2018

METRO DETROIT — Candidates in local and statewide races have their eyes on November.

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Published August 8, 2018

Voters in some precincts in Troy cast handwritten ballots due to the unprecedented number of voters who turned out for the Aug. 7 primary election. The voter turnout was not available at press time.

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Published August 8, 2018

Residents and businesses in the northwest part of Troy were asked to conserve water after a failed valve affected water pressure Aug. 3, city officials said.  There was no need to boil water, according to a press release the city issued Aug. 3.Read More

Published August 8, 2018

Savor your meal with a deal at your favorite haunts or discover new places to dine when Troy Restaurant Week returns Aug. 19-24.  The summer lineup features 20 restaurants, including two new to Troy: Eats & Crafts, and Station Square Kitchen + Bar.

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Published August 8, 2018

Representatives for a group that calls itself Citizens for a Responsible Troy estimate that they have collected over 4,500 signatures on petitions asking for a charter amendment to allow commercial medical marijuana growing facilities in Troy — which the Troy City Council recently opted out ofRead More

Published August 8, 2018

After a receiving a rash of complaints about a pest control company knocking on doors after 8 p.m., being overly aggressive and going to homes on the city’s Do Not Knock List, the city yanked the company’s peddler’s license.Read More

Published August 8, 2018

MICHIGAN — With 82 out of 83 counties in the state reporting, John James trumped Sandy Pensler to take the Republican nomination for U.S. senator — 54.56 percent to 45.44 percent, or 466,836 to 388,747 votes, according to unofficial election results.

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Published August 8, 2018

Motorists are facing detours and traffic snarls while crews work through aggressive schedules during the short road construction season.Read More

Published August 8, 2018

MOUNT CLEMENS — After nearly 20 months of turmoil in the Macomb County Clerk/Register of Deeds Office, county residents are closer to a new clerk being named.

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Published August 8, 2018

METRO DETROIT — The millage renewal for the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation passed in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties Aug. 7 during the primary election. It was a close call in Macomb County after a group came out opposed to the tax a month before the election.

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Published August 8, 2018

LANSING —  State Attorney General William “Bill” Schuette, Gretchen Whitmer and Bill Gelineau won their respective primaries Aug. 7 to compete against each other for the governor seat Nov. 6.

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Published August 7, 2018

MACOMB COUNTY — In the Aug. 7 primary election, Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel earned 71,228 votes in the race for the Democratic nomination to retain his office, taking in 83 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results.

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Published August 7, 2018

STERLING HEIGHTS — Some classic car owners spend countless hours meticulously restoring their vehicle to its original condition — but Sterling Heights resident Bob Hayes isn’t one of those collectors, at least not when it comes to his 1953 Willys truck. 

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Published August 7, 2018

METRO DETROIT — You’ve spotted the racks outside the coffee shop and driven — gingerly — alongside the lanes on the edge of the road. Now another accommodation has been made to make life a little easier for bicyclists trying to get not just around town, but across the state.

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