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21 min ago | Detroit Free Press
John Farah, president of Sterling Heights Fire Fighters Union Local 1557, said the goal is to provide the best service for residents.
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On the No. 34 bus heading out to the suburbs of Detroit, most of the structures are abandoned.
Parents and teen role models are invited to "Just Say Know; Drug Awareness for Parents," a forum on drug awareness for the 21st century, from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 15. The event - located at the Swartz Creek High School Performing Arts Center - is sponsored by the Swartz Creek Kiwanis Club and Swartz Creek High School Key Club.
Police Chief Tim Wiley is doing more than keeping the city of New Baltimore safe, he's leaving his mark when it comes to education.
Terry Heiss gave up trying to heat his greenhouse with propane and settled on keeping his home warm.
A man driving a U-Haul van led Macomb County Sheriff deputies on a chase Thursday night after, deputies say, he allegedly stole car parts from a vehicle parked at a used-car dealership on Gratiot Avenue in Mount Clemens.
In an about-face, Macomb County said today it will reimburse the city of Warren for patching potholes on county roads within the city.
A dog rescued from ice on Lake St. Clair by a U.S. Coast Guard crew has been reunited with his owners.
Members of the Macomb County Sheriff's Special Enforcement Team made it clear that local communities are not immune to drug problems.
A Washington Township man wasn't expecting police to show up when he arranged a meeting online.
The Macomb Daily of Mount Clemens and the Detroit Free Press report the man was trying to clear an obstruction from a press machine at the business in Macomb County's Shelby Township when the machine crushed him around 6 a.m. Wednesday.
The incident happened around 6 a.m. Wednesday at Colonial Plastics Inc. on Filomena Drive, near 23 Mile and Schoenherr Road in Shelby Township.
Devin: DEBRIS COVERS THE ROAD WHERE A DRUNK DRIVER STRUCK SOMEONE, AND NOT EVEN OLD ENOUGH TO BUY A BEER.
Sentencing for a Canton man found guilty but mentally ill in the fatal beating of an elderly Chesterfield Township man at a psychiatric hospital was adjourned until next month because his attorney is challenging sentencing guidelines that would sent him to prison for two decades.