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  1. Couture for the Cure Foundation is a fashion-forward fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | C & G Newspapers

    Former Warren resident and fashion designer Peytyn Herron, 10, who now lives in Troy, created the Couture for the Cure Foundation, a nonprofit organization devoted to raising money for families affected by childhood cancer. STERLING HEIGHTS/WARREN/TROY - Several years ago, when Erika Herron and her family, including daughter Peytyn Herron, lived in Warren, they became very good friends with the family next door.

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  2. Police shoot armed man inside Warren homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | C & G Newspapers

    An investigation is underway after an armed man was shot inside a home near 14 Mile and Mound roads by officers responding to an afternoon 911 call Nov. 7. Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer said patrol officers were sent to a home in the 5500 block of Hartlein Drive at 1:40 p.m. to investigate a "suicidal subject" armed with a gun. The officers reportedly located a man in his 40s inside of the home.

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  3. Democrat Lori Stone campaigned at Crothers Elementary School in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | C & G Newspapers

    WARREN/CENTER LINE - Lori Stone planned to spend the morning after the Nov. 6 election visiting with some of her soon-to-be constituents: her fourth grade class at Mound Park Elementary. With 27 of 33 precincts reporting by 11:22 p.m. on election night, Stone, of Warren, a Democrat and a career educator, had garnered almost 63 percent of the vote in the race for a two-year term representing the 28th District in the Michigan House of Representatives, besting Republican Aaron Delikta and Libertarian Ryan Manier .

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  4. Suspected oil sheen contained in Red RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | C & G Newspapers

    A suspected oil sheen has been contained in the Red Run Drain in Clinton Township, according to the Macomb County Public Works Office. The sheen was observed and reported by a fisherman on Nov. 1, prompting response from Public Works officials, as well as the Clinton Township Fire Department, who worked together to install booms and absorbent pads in the drain to prevent the sheen from entering the Clinton River.

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  5. Warren police arrest four in - major' auto theft bustRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | C & G Newspapers

    Surveillance by the Warren Police Department's Special Operations Unit has led to a "major bust" of an "organized theft ring," allegedly targeting high-priced trucks and other vehicles. Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer said four suspects were arrested early Nov. 1 as part of a surveillance operation that began in Detroit and moved into Auburn Hills.

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  6. Two pumpkins the family paid $10 a piece for were allegedly swiped by a thief.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | C & G Newspapers

    Night had already fallen on Oct. 29 when Hlee Kue said her husband got an alert on his phone from their home's doorbell security camera. A review of the alert showed video captured on the porch of their home on Linda Street in Warren, near 12 Mile Road and Van Dyke Avenue.

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  7. Boyfriend arraigned in woman's hit-and-run deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 26 | C & G Newspapers

    HARRISON TOWNSHIP/CLINTON TOWNSHIP - A 34-year-old Clinton Township man has been charged in the fatal hit-and-run of Danielle Labellarte, whose body was discovered in the road in Harrison Township early in the morning on Oct. 24. Tyler Stewart, of Clinton Township, was arraigned Oct. 26 in the 41-B District Court of Clinton Township on three counts, including homicide manslaughter, a 15-year felony; driving with a suspended, revoked or denied license, causing death, a 15-year felony; and failure to stop at the scene of accident, when at fault, resulting in death, a 15-year felony.

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  8. Questions linger after trash bin rolloutRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 26 | C & G Newspapers

    The rollout of Warren's new receptacles for trash and recyclable materials rolled on as questions about who gets what and where the bins can be stored under city ordinance lingered in the last full week of October. Distribution of the new containers that officials said would save the city money in the long run began Oct. 16. As of Oct. 22, Deputy Public Service Director Gus Ghanam said, 35,359 bins had been delivered to residences in Warren by a contractor operating at the Warren Sanitation Department yard on Flanders Avenue, near Frazho and Schoenherr roads.

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  9. Victim identified in potential hit-and-run in Harrison TownshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 24 | C & G Newspapers

    Macomb County Sheriff's Office officials have released the name of the woman who was found dead on Jefferson Avenue, near Shook Road, in Harrison Township early this morning. The body of Danielle Labellarte, 33, of Warren, was observed by a motorist at approximately 5:15 a.m., according to officials.

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  10. At Travis Coffee Shop, it's always a good time to stop in for a biteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 23 | C & G Newspapers

    With great burgers, big breakfasts and a staff that knows their customers' names, Travis Coffee Shop has been an institution in St. Clair Shores for five decades. Paul and Nita McAdory moved to St. Clair Shores from Mississippi in 1964.

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  11. Warren's dispatchers use training, technology to support first respondersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | C & G Newspapers

    Imagine taking phone calls about a barricaded gunman, talking to a man chasing a teen high on drugs, sending emergency crews to the scene of a bad accident, and directing police in separate vehicle and foot pursuits. "This was all in the same hour," said Amber Mavis, a 12-year veteran dispatcher working the day shift with a team trained to put the good guys in position to save lives, manage messes and solve crimes.

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  12. Council continues debate over medical marijuana facilities rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | C & G Newspapers

    A series of items dealing with medical marijuana facilities regulation went back on the Warren City Council's agenda Oct. 9. With no end in sight to a debate that's already included several votes of approval, a series of mayoral vetoes and some apparent second thoughts about the city's way forward, and amid concerns about corruption, outside influence and procedural impropriety, council members again debated proposed changes to the city's rules governing medical marijuana facilities, which were put in place in April. Proponents claim the tuned-up ordinance will better regulate commercial growth and distribution of medical marijuana through zoning requirements, an application process and licensing fees.

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  13. GPN and GPS football set for annual rivalry gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2018 | C & G Newspapers

    Grosse Pointe North junior running back Keshaun Cooper tries to escape a tackle in a game against Warren Michigan Collegiate earlier this season. The Norsemen lead the all-time series against Grosse Pointe South 31-19.

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  14. Work underway to shore up Mound RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2018 | C & G Newspapers

    "Heavy maintenance" work designed to keep the battered stretch of Mound Road through Warren passable for the immediate future is underway. Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel said the repairs, which are being undertaken at a cost of $1.2 million each for the city and the county, will be similar to what was done to repair the eastbound lanes of Interstate 696 ahead of the freeway reconstruction project.

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  15. Foundation awards grant to Winning FuturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2018 | C & G Newspapers

    He started Winning Futures, a Warren-based nonprofit organization in which trained mentors visit students regularly at their schools to work on life skills, goal setting and teamwork activities. Cupp died in 2012, but Winning Futures has grown over the years.

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  16. Sources: Cadillac to move brand HQ to WarrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2018 | C & G Newspapers

    General Motors Co. is moving its Cadillac brand headquarters from New York City back to Warren, to an office tower formerly occupied by the advertising agency Campbell Ewald, directly across the street from the company's global engineering epicenter.

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  17. A Harrison Township firefighter has been accused with evidence tampering.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2018 | C & G Newspapers

    A Harrison Township firefighter is on administrative leave after charges were filed against him involving evidence tampering at the scene of a fatal accident in August. According to the Macomb County Sheriff's Office, deputies and the Harrison Township Fire Department responded to a fatal, single motorcycle crash near the area of Executive Drive and Joy Boulevard in Harrison Township at 12:32 a.m. Aug. 21. Responding deputies reported that an orange prescription pill bottle with multiple pills had been at the scene upon their arrival, a report states.

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  18. Local school officials, businesses gear up for Manufacturing DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2018 | C & G Newspapers

    On Oct. 5, more than 70 Macomb County businesses will open up their doors to high school students from the county's 21 school districts for Manufacturing Day. Manufacturing Day is designed to inspire the next generation of manufacturers who can build, mass produce, assemble and more.

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  19. Construction worker injured in Farmington hit-and-runRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2018 | C & G Newspapers

    The Farmington Hills Police Department is looking for more information on a recent pedestrian hit-and-run accident, according to a press release. The victim, a 40-year-old Warren woman, suffered serious injuries after being struck at around 4:30 p.m. Aug. 27 while on the job as a construction worker in the construction zone on 10 Mile Road, just east of Orchard Lake Road.

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  20. Giant - fatberg' removed from Macomb County sewer lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | C & G Newspapers

    Remnants removed from the fatberg were on display Sept. 13 at the Clintondale Pump Station in Clinton Township.

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