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The state Department of Natural Resources' research vessels are back on the water, conducting annual surveys of Great Lakes fish populations.
Rubber duckies took over the Chapaton Retention Basin Saturday for the Shorewood Kiwanis and Henry Ford Health System's Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities fundraiser for autism.
As we like to say at Patch, chances are you know something, saw something or think something about your community that your neighbors would love to hear or see.
A tiny insect with a voracious appetite has found its way to Metro Detroit and soon could pose a big threat to Michigan's fruit and vegetable crops.
With warm weather upon us, Macomb County drivers are encouraged to keep biker safety in mind.
Two men were arrested Tuesday after one of them allegedly pointed a handgun at another driver during a road rage incident in Macomb Township, police said Thursday.
The investigation against Bryan Pascal Pearl began May 3, when Pearl's Sterling Heights-based employer notified police that Pearl's work computer may have contained child pornography.
Romeo Community Schools is pulling no punches to ensure its students will be safe in emergency situations.
A majority of residents in 2004 wrote into the Michigan Constitution, a ban on gay marriage and the only way to change that is to change the constitution.
Washington Township Supervisor Dan O'Leary has announced his intention to run for state representative of the 36th House District in the August 2014 Republican primary.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano shared a stage Thursday morning at a leadership gathering, and their possible political matchup was not lost on them.
New Baltimore will celebrate its new public boat docks and security patrol boat during two June ceremonies at Walter and Mary Burke Park .
Prices for common medical procedures at health care facilities in Macomb County vary widely, according to data from New Choice Health , a private company that encourages people to become smarter health care consumers.
A 17-year-old pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter Tuesday morning in connection with a man's death after the two got into a fist fight.