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A third suspect has been detained for running a Washington Township spa that allegedly provided illicit services to customers.
'I do think we're at a crossroads now having had this discussion for decades about DWSD,' Orr told The Detroit News in an interview Tuesday.
Toledo-Lucas County officials are in the process of developing a strategy to make Northwest Ohio a more welcoming community for immigrants and refugees, much like Michigan and other Ohio and Wolverine cities have done over the past several years.
A Warren man is being held in the Macomb County Jail today in connection with a fatal hit-and-run of a Warren woman, who was struck in Center Line when she was walking home last month.
Road trip! Macomb county residents can hitch a free ride to the Detroit Institute of Arts Saturday to enjoy Macomb County Day, which includes free transportation, admission and a discounted rate to the "Samurai: Beyond the Sword" exhibition.
Mount Clemens - -- A county board of commissioners committee Tuesday will discuss a study that would examine consolidating the fire departments of four Macomb municipalities.
A piece of a main water line that was removed from the basement of the Macomb County Jail after a leak about six weeks ago.
A Macomb Township woman was arraigned on aggravated assault charges Monday for allegedly biting off a chunk of her boyfriend's ear heated argument over the weekend.
Deputies were dispatched Saturday to the 49000 block of Marseilles on a domestic violence call, where a 36-year-old man told them he had been involved in an altercation with his live-in girlfriend - which culminated in her biting off part of his ear.
John Farah, president of Sterling Heights Fire Fighters Union Local 1557, said the goal is to provide the best service for residents.
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.