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Eddie Money discussed his show tonight in Mount Clemens during a special WJR-broadcast from Macomb County. Included in the interview is a modification of one of his most popular songs by County Executive Mark Hackel.
A Shelby Township couple accused of bilking the state out of nearly $300,000 through Medicaid, food stamps, child care benefits and insurance scams to name a few have pleaded guilty to the charges.
Paul W. Smith and Frank Beckmann will broadcast their morning shows Friday from Mount Clemens.
The health care reform bill, signed into law in March 2010, has been under scrutiny by many–including 26 states that filed a lawsuit against it.
Government, Business, Arts
The MIGreatArtist competition opens Friday to residents of Oakland, Macomb, Livingston, Genessee, Lapeer and St. Clair counties.
State law changes would allow them to collect unemployment benefits while building a small business.
While declining property tax values continues to plague local and national government's revenue, a small bright spot for Shelby Township was the increase in state shared revenue due to an increase in population.
Shelby Township Supervisor Rick Stathakis calls candidates lawsuits "frivolous."
Nick and John Nightingale, owners of Nightingale Services, are suing Shelby Township and five board members, alleging their contract was canceled in retaliation for speaking out against the board.
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel promotes Lake St. Clair while sharing possibilities for its 31-1/2 miles of coastline.
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