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Macomb County progress and initiatives celebrated at 8th annual State of the County address

Wow! The 8th annual State of the County address certainly was incredible. Did you get a chance to tune in and watch the livestream? If you did, you heard about the many  positive developments that occurred over the last year. 576 more words

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How you can watch the 8th annual State of the County address tomorrow

As we close out 2018, it is important to reflect on the work being done in our Macomb County communities that improves quality of life and provides opportunities and resources. 257 more words

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Shop Local Macomb: Small stores with gifts galore

Take one look at our interactive map (pictured right) of Macomb County’s independently owned and operated retailers and you’ll quickly realize that there are endless opportunities for shopping local this holiday season. 808 more words

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Social Media Critique: Macomb Township Website

Author: Jessica Provo
Date: October 9, 2018

Three flags proudly fly over city hall on Wednesday, October 5, 2018. Macomb Township City Hall is one of many buildings on the township’s municipal grounds.  452 more words

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Ghostly frights and donut sites: A guide to fall and Halloween fun in Macomb County

Raise your hand if you’ve already put up your Halloween decorations, gorged yourself on candy corns and watched too many scary movies. You can’t tell, but I’ve definitely got mine in the air. 417 more words

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Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Sweat” wows local audience

For one night and one night only Broadway came to Macomb County. In front of a sold out crowd at the Macomb County Family Resource Center, actors from the Mobile Unit of the Public Theater of New York put on a performance of “ 412 more words

Help create a vision for Macomb County parks and natural places!

When we ask people why they love Macomb County, we are often met with a variety of answers. Sometimes it’s our great school districts. Other times it’s our quaint downtowns. 348 more words

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