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Published November 6, 2018

More than 60 percent of voters across the state were in favor of creating a new commission of registered voters to draw district boundary lines across Michigan.

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Published November 6, 2018

MACOMB COUNTY — With 67 percent of the vote, Mark Hackel will serve a third term as Macomb County Executive.

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Published November 2, 2018

WARREN — In 1968, the Vietnam War was raging, the civil rights and countercultural movements were in full swing, and Americans wrestled with the day-to-day implications of social change.

 

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Published November 2, 2018

WARREN — Five years after her baby boy was nearly shaken to death by a convicted child abuser, Erica Hammel met with the detective who helped put the woman behind bars.

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Published November 2, 2018

CENTER LINE — Several musicians from the open mic community recently tuned their guitars and opened their hearts to help others. On Oct. 21, they banded together at Hometown Heroes Coffee and More, 25029 Van Dyke Ave., to raise money for the Michigan Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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Published November 2, 2018

CENTER LINE — Approximately 300 high school students had the opportunity to demonstrate their physical capabilities and team-building skills when Center Line High School hosted the U.S. Army Challenge in the K-Hall gymnasium Oct. 19.

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Published November 2, 2018

MACOMB COUNTY — In observance of Veterans Day Nov. 11, students and staff from two local institutions will pay tribute to the brave men and women who have served in the U.S. military.

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Published November 1, 2018

WARREN — Surveillance by the Warren Police Department’s Special Operations Unit recently led to a “major bust” of an “organized theft ring,” allegedly targeting high-priced trucks and other vehicles.

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Published October 31, 2018

METRO DETROIT — The front door is the first line of defense for a home, so how well a lock is installed and what other security features are in place can make the difference between a burglar getting into a home and staying out.

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Published October 31, 2018

METRO DETROIT — Technology is advancing at an unprecedented rate, and those improvements trickle down into almost every facet of everyday life, including medical care for senior citizens.

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Published October 31, 2018

WARREN — Night had already fallen Oct. 29 when Hlee Kue said her husband got an alert on his phone from their home’s doorbell security camera.

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Published October 30, 2018

The back of a hearse is a place where most of us don’t want to end up anytime soon —  but with countless hearse-owners clubs around the world, there are plenty of brave souls who aren’t afraid to sit up front and take the driver’s seat. 

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Published October 26, 2018

CENTER LINE/WARREN — In 2016, Lori Stone challenged a Democratic opponent with name recognition for an open seat in the Michigan House of Representatives and lost. When she ran against him in the 2018 primary, she won.

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Published October 26, 2018

CENTER LINE/WARREN — Aaron Delikta said he was in his junior year studying political science at Michigan State University when an internship in the state House of Representatives inspired him to run for office.

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Published October 26, 2018

WARREN — The rollout of Warren’s new receptacles for trash and recyclable materials rolled on as questions about who gets what and where the bins can be stored under city ordinance lingered in the last full week of October.

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Published October 25, 2018

LANSING — Voters throughout Michigan have been given an option on the Nov. 6 ballot: Do they want to pass a proposed constitutional amendment that allows citizens to adopt district boundaries for Michigan legislators, or do they want to keep things status quo?

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Published October 25, 2018

METRO DETROIT — In the final stretch leading up to the Nov. 6 general election, the six candidates running for governor have laid out their plans for the people of Michigan, including funding for public education and health care, and how to keep schools safe, if elected.

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Published October 24, 2018

In the Warren Weekly’s coverage area, voters will decide multiple state, county and local school board races, three statewide ballot proposals, as well as a millage proposal in Van Dyke Public Schools on Nov. 6.

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Published October 23, 2018

METRO DETROIT — Icy roads and slippery conditions this upcoming winter will mean that you’ll need to rely on your vehicle’s tires and brakes to come to a stop. And vehicle service specialists are giving tips on how to maximize your traction.

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Published October 23, 2018

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — The Shelby Gardeners Club hosted a presentation, “The Late Show,” on the topic of how to extend your garden into the fall with different types of species Oct. 11 at the Burgess-Shadbush Nature Center, 4101 River Bends Drive in Shelby Township.

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