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Government, Patch's House & Home, Public Safety
All of Shelby Township remains under a boil water alert, two days after a 36-inch water main break gushed thousands of gallons of water onto 24 Mile Road.
Macomb County launched a new, interactive website May 29 that will help representatives market the county around the world.
Twenty candidates for the Shelby Township Board of Trustees have been certified to appear on the Aug. 7 Primary Elections ballot.
Two peregrine falcon chicks were tagged by the Department of Natural Resources Friday, and named after local philanthropists and a shoe shining legend in Macomb County by County Executive Mark Hackel.
Government, Police & Fire
More than a week after Shelby Township Fire Chief Gene Shepherd died, Chief of Training Lt. James Swinkowski was appointed the Interim Fire Chief.
Nearly 6,000 students across Macomb County took boaters safety classes from the Macomb County Sheriff's Office.
U.S. Rep. Sander Levin addressed an audience of constituents, business leaders and elected officials Wednesday in Macomb Township.
Shelby Township Supervisor Rick Stathakis was granted temporary appointing authority at the last Board of Trustees to deal with a disciplinary problem.
The Shelby Township Library is the second-lowest per capita funded library in Michigan, next to Pontiac, for its population size.
The Macomb County Executive will celebrate his 50th birthday with an event that will benefit the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit.
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