Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The project, due to begin in June, is expected to cost $8.8 million total.
The long-awaited widening of Hayes Road from 21 to 23 Mile is scheduled to start in June, but before work can begin, Shelby Township must give final approval for the project and commit to its portion of the overall cost. Although the project is expected to cost $8.8 million total, Shelby Township's tab is only $800,000. This is largely thanks to the project's selection as part of the Federal Aid Committee's Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP). Of the $8.8 million cost, federal monies are due to cover $5.6 million, with the remaining $3.2 million shared by Macomb County (50 percent), Shelby Township (25 percent) and Macomb Township (25 percent). In addition to granting final approval of the project, the Shelby Township board of trustees …
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
The owner of the Corner Clock Restaurant on 23 Mile and Hayes Road holds back tears as he recounts the horrifying moments after a crash Tuesday that killed a 3-year-old girl and a woman suspected of drunken driving.
A woman and a 3-year-old girl died following an automobile accident Monday night. Moments after patrons at the Corner Clock Restaurant on 23 Mile and Hayes roads in Shelby Township witnessed an Oldsmobile driven by a Sterling Heights woman crash into a minivan at the intersection around 8:45 p.m., Dan Goad, the owner of the restaurant, sprang into action. Goad, a Shelby Township resident, couldn't hold back tears as he recounted the horrifying scene. "The van was full of a family. ... The mom was trapped in the front and the kids in the backseat were hurt bad," he said. To hear the full interview, watch the video in the media player above. To get the latest news delivered to your inbox, sign up for the Shelby-Utica Patch newsletter.
The driver of a vehicle that ran a red light last night at 23 Mile Road and Hayes, hitting a minivan carrying a family of five, has passed away. A 3-year-old child passenger in the minivan has also died.
A 3-year-old passenger and the female driver of a vehicle involved in a crash Monday night on 23 Mile Road have passed away, according the the Shelby Township police. The crash, which occurred around 8:45 p.m. at the intersection of 23 Mile and Hayes roads sent all six people involved, including three children, to the hospital. Police said the woman who died was driving an Oldsmobile west on 23 Mile Road when she ran a red light and hit a minivan traveling south on Hayes Road. There were five people in the minivan, an adult male and female and three children. Doug Goad, owner of the Corner Clock Restaurant at the corner of 23 and Hayes, said he was serving dinner when patrons in the restaurant screamed after witnessesing the crash. Goad …
Monday, June 25, 2012
Macomb Township authorized its legal counsel June 13 to sign a consent judgment that will allow Carriage Funeral Services of Michigan to build a funeral home on Hayes Road.
Randazzo Fresh Market on Hayes Road will soon have neighbors to the north after Macomb Township approved a funeral home's plans. The property is currently owned by Carriage Funeral Services of Michigan, and a Bagnasco & Calcaterra Funeral Home is expected to be built on the site in the near future. Township trustees authorized township attorney Lawrence Dloski on June 13 to sign the consent judgment that will allow construction to move forward. The property was previously developed for a shopping center, but plans were never finalized and the property sold to Carriage. The new funeral home will be built on the southeast corner of Kingsway Drive and Hayes Road. It is unknown when construction will begin.
Saturday, June 23, 2012
M-59 will be closed from Van Dyke to Hayes beginning Saturday evening.
Before heading down to Hall Road, also known as M-59, be sure to check the Michigan Department of Transportation's construction updates. The right two lanes of eastbound M-59 will be closed from Van Dyke Avenue to Hayes Road from 9 p.m. Saturday until 5 a.m. Tuesday for pavement repair. Expect weekend closures from now through mid-September, which is the project's expected complete date. For live traffic conditions and the best gas prices in town, click here.
Friday, November 18, 2011
The Shelby Township police said they are continuing their investigation into what caused a serious car accident on Hall Road and Hayes.
A Macomb Township teenage girl was seriously injured Wednesday evening in a two-vehicle crash on Hall Road and Hayes. The accident occurred in front of the Meijer parking lot at approximately 5:30 p.m. The teen was the passenger in one of the vehicles involved. She was transported to Henry Ford Hospital where she remains in serious condition. Firefighters told Patch two others were treated at the scene. The incident remains under investigation. Anyone who may have witnessed the accident is asked to contact Sgt. Cazabon at the Shelby Township Police Department at 586-731-2121 Ext. 423.
Friday, September 2, 2011
Ciccarelli's Sports Bar and Theater, which has more than 50 flat-screen TVs and three HD theater-size screens, celebrates its grand opening on Sept. 8.
Dino Ciccarelli is going the whole nine yards for the Sept. 8 grand opening of Ciccarelli’s Sports Bar & Theater. “The whole thing is you never know who will stop up here,” he said. Ciccarelli, the former Detroit Red Wings player, is corralling his star power to bring in some current Detroit Lions and Tigers players and a few old buddies by the names of Darren McCarty, Kris Draper and Kirk Maltby, to join him for a celebratory drink at the grand opening. It’s a good day to celebrate the grand opening of a sports bar that has more than 50 flat-screen TVs since it’s the NFL season kickoff with Green Bay Packers taking on the New Orleans Saints. Detroit Sports Talk Radio 97.1 The Ticket will be broadcasting live, chronicling the excitement at…