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Make Macomb Your Home’s best blogs of 2016

Part of the purpose of Make Macomb Your Home is to help promote all the positive things that happen in Macomb County throughout the year. Our blog helps to illustrate this goal by enlisting community members to help create the … Continue reading

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Armada Board and Bike project starting to skate to completion

Nonprofit continues to raise money for park For those who do not know, there are a lot of big things happening in northern Macomb County. I would like to bring you into the backstory about Armada, Michigan as well as … Continue reading

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Fireworks to light up Macomb County sky beginning tomorrow

Fireworks have captivated people ever since they were invented in China over 2,000 years ago. At first, fireworks were simple orange and white bursts that were believed to ward off evil spirits, but, over the centuries, they have expanded to … Continue reading

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Free Summer Fun at Metroparks starts June 30

A brand-new Metroparks program is underway this summer, and believe us when we say it’s going to be huge. The program is called Summer Fun at the Metroparks, and it aims to help nearly 5,000 typically underserved citizens get out … Continue reading

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Macomb County’s Weekly Top 5

1 – Sunday, May 29 marks the 64th annual St. Clair Shores Memorial Day Parade featuring over 150 entries with 50 military groups, marching bands, local dignitaries, celebrities and this years’ special guest, hockey legend, Ted Lindsay. Join the city of St. … Continue reading

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Macomb County Weekend Top 5 – Mother’s Day

Every week, our Make Macomb Your Home Blog will be posting our Top 5 events for the week centered around great activities here in Macomb County. Today, we are posting about Mother’s Day ideas for this Sunday, May 8. We … Continue reading

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Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Juan Miguel’s

Cinco de Mayo – or the fifth of May – remembers the Mexican Army’s 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War (1861-1867). In the United States, Cinco de Mayo is a day to celebrate … Continue reading

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Opening Day at Jimmy John’s Field on May 30

The United Shore Professional Baseball League (USPBL), the first independent professional baseball league in the metro Detroit area, is in the final stages of preparing for its inaugural Opening Day on May 30 at the new Jimmy John’s Field in … Continue reading

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Gus’ Coney Island offers gift of giving

It’s a markedly simple sign, but perfect for the important task it serves: offering promise and comfort to those who engage with its message. It’s a whiteboard, hung inconspicuously in the back of Gus’ Coney Island restaurant, a downtown Mount … Continue reading

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New Baltimore teen shows she’s proud to make Macomb her home through artwork

When New Baltimore resident Alaina Kiehl, 13, thinks of the state of Michigan, many symbols come to mind: apple blossoms, the white-tailed deer, Petoskey stones, red robin, brook trout, painted turtle and the Scots pine tree. So when two of … Continue reading

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