Monthly Archives: September 2017

Your local fire department wants to meet you!

The Macomb County Fire Chiefs Association wants everyone to know that National Fire Prevention Week is October 8-14, 2017. Fire departments across the county will host open houses to celebrate. This year’s theme is “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways … Continue reading

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Now is the time to start preparing for next year’s gardening season

While most of us see fall as the end of the growing season, it is also the beginning of our next garden season as well.  With cooler temperatures forecasted, this weekend will be a great time to  prepare new garden … Continue reading

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Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel is featured in a new movie set to premiere at the end of the month

“Some things are best left alone. The history of mankind is full of stories of people on a journey of self-discovery. Only some journeys don’t lead to the enlightenment that was sought. The human mind can experience some of the … Continue reading

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Where in Macomb County should I go for fresh produce?

Based on the weather this week, it seems like summer decided to make an appearance just in time for the calendar to say Happy Fall on Friday at 4:02 p.m.!  Many people enjoy the fall season.  It brings everything from … Continue reading

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Do you have two hours to make a huge difference in the life of a homebound senior citizen?

Many people know that Meals on Wheels is a food delivery service for the homebound. However, what some may not know is how impactful the moments of contact between the volunteer and the recipient can be. For many seniors, the volunteer … Continue reading

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Tutor.com’s Learning Suite makes back to school easy

Are you dreading the new school year because it means stressful nights of homework? Just in time for back to school, the Suburban Library Cooperative launched a new program that offers students of all ages live, one-on-one help from professional … Continue reading

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