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Green Macomb completes fall plantings

Green Macomb’s Urban Forest Partnership completed a second fall planting this week in downtown Utica. Over 330 trees, shrubs, wildflowers and other native plants were installed by volunteers from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ Motor Citizens program in partnership with the city … Continue reading

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The Great Donut Debate: Who won?

This fall, it is time to put a major topic to vote. Once again, a divisive populous finds itself choosing between options that define the fabric of our democracy. I am, of course, speaking of choosing the best donuts from … Continue reading

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A new project takes root in Warren

Yesterday, more than 30 volunteers planted 246 plants, shrubs and trees near SMART bus stops in front of Macomb Community College and Wayne State University’s Advanced Technology Education Center in Warren as part of the Green Macomb Urban Forest Partnership. … Continue reading

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Macomb County businesses offer tourist amusement

With 32 miles of Lake St. Clair coastline and the Clinton River running through it, Macomb County boasts numerous waterfront parks, paddle parks, boat launches, marinas and water-related businesses. You may not have thought of Macomb County as a tourist … Continue reading

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Rediscover a great shopping tradition at Macomb Mall

What’s old is new again… Macomb Mall received a facelift to celebrate its 50-year anniversary as a true community-based mall and shopping destination. That facelift was made possible by the vision of Lormax Stern Development Company who purchased Macomb Mall … Continue reading

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Why I volunteer

Saturday, Oct. 24 is Make a Difference Day. Make a Difference Day is the largest, single day of volunteering in the country where individuals are encouraged to reach out and help others who may be in need. Macomb County has … Continue reading

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Blake’s Hard Cider flows beyond Macomb County

Blake’s Hard Cider Co. will be expanding its distribution reach this fall with launches into Indiana, North Carolina and Las Vegas. The long-standing family business has been taking advantage of the growing cider market and the unique (grower, presses, producer) … Continue reading

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Fall brings in start of Macomb County high school sports season

The start of a new season has begun in Macomb County and in the world of athletics that means all the hard work from off-season conditioning, weight-training, summer leagues etc. has cultivated and transitioned to the grid iron, courts, fields, … Continue reading

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Sterling Heights Dodge celebrates 50 years in business

Longtime Chrysler dealer Tony Viviano honored Stories about being employed by the automotive industry are a dime a dozen around Macomb County. In fact, over 74,000 individuals living here have an automotive-related job. That’s not even counting the numerous families … Continue reading

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Macomb County schools finish a successful year

  The 21 school districts in Macomb County servicing over 130,000 students (K-12) have completed another successful year. Over 10,000 students graduated from high school in June and 90 percent will be attending post-secondary institutions of learning with the remaining … Continue reading

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