A flood watch remains in effect for all of southeast Michigan, and a warning was issued for some areas.
There are no more detours around the Livernois bridge over the Clinton River in Rochester Hills.
If you have a hand for art, then you should enter the Clinton River Watershed Council’s 14th Annual River Day logo contest.
The Macomb County Sheriff’s Department is investigating why a man ran from police early Wednesday morning then jumped to his death in the Clinton River.
After high-water levels threatened the event in June, kayakers and canoeists are invited to participate in the Paddlepalooza 2011 races this weekend.
The Clinton River covers 760 square miles and includes another thousand miles worth of streams in addition to the 80 mile long main branch.
The natural, economic and recreational values of the Clinton River will be the highlight of community events and activities during the Clinton River Watershed Annual River Day Celebration on June 11th & 12th.
Volunteers are needed to help remove debris from the Clinton River during Saturday’s 6th Annual Clinton River Clean-Up.
Macomb County officials want to clean up the Clinton River and add beaches with canoe and kayak rental places along a stretch from Auburn Hills to Harrison Township.
MDOT will reconstruct the bridge that takes Gratiot Avenue, M-3, over the Clinton River in Mt. Clemens.