Monday May 20
Macomb County Under Severe Thunderstorm Watch
The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch until 8 p.m. Monday for Macomb County and surrounding areas.
Macomb Township to Reportedly Review 41-A Finances
The Macomb Township Board of Trustees voted May 8 to direct Plante Moran to review the finances of the 41A District Court , the Macomb Daily reported .
Shelby, Utica Postal Workers Help 'Stamp Out Hunger' During Annual Food Drive
On May 11, Shelby and Utica postal workers will join forces with the National Association of Letter Carriers to help "Stamp Out Hunger" across the country.
Summer math camp in Shelby
The math camp, compliments of the Mason-Lake Oceana Mathematics and Science Center, is free and open to students currently in the fifth grade from Oceana, Lake, and Mason county schools.
M-53 Overpass Repair, Dabish Family to Stand Trial, Korean Consulate Visits Shelby Township
Miss the latest local headlines? Shelby-Utica Patch rounds up the top stories around town: Construction on the M-53 overpass is set for Shelby Township.
Say 'Si' to Cinco de Mayo Celebrations in Shelby and Utica
Here's a roundup of fiestas in Shelby Township and Utica for Cinco de Mayo, which commemorates the victory of the Mexican militia over the French army in 1862.
Bowl-A-Thon fundraiser for da Vinci Institute student Shelby Maldonado raises $6,500
Caitlynne Blaudow, 17, a senior at the daVinci Institute talks with Lori Maldonado at a bowl-a-thon fundraiser for Shelby Maldonado of Grass Lake at Airport Lanes in Jackson on Monday morning, April 29.
Bowl-A-Thon fundraiser will help critically injured da Vinci Institute High School student
Shelby Maldonado of Grass Lake does rehab work with physical therapist Kendra VanWasshenova at the University of Michigan Milestones outpatient rehab clinic in Ann Arbor on Thursday, April 25, 2013.
The Detroit News
Tainted soil, water at former auto parts plant in Shelby spreads
Shelby Township -- Contamination of soil and groundwater at a former auto parts plant in the township is at least twice as great as reported last year, and has spread to a nearby ballpark -- with cleanup estimated at $150 million, an environmental consulting firm said Wednesday.