Highlights from this week’s Michigan Chronicle’s Pancakes and Politics event at the Townsend Hotel with Bing, Patterson, Ficano, and Hackel.
The Macomb County Circuit and Probate courts’ normal phone and computer systems are operational, County Executive Mark A. Hackel’s office announced Thursday afternoon.
The crew got off to another red-hot year in 2013 including NAIAS, The Big Four leaders forum, Pancakes & Politics with Gov. Snyder, Detroit’s Archbishop Vigneron. There’s a lot to be said and headlines still to be made in 2013.
Macomb County authorities announced that due to last week’s fire at the Old County Building, the Macomb County Circuit and Probate courts’ phone and computer systems are still not operational. However, the court is open and anyone who has a notice to appear should do so.
The county’s courts and other departments are back to pen-and-paper operations after a fire at the old county building wiped out the county’s servers and phone system.
The Old Macomb County administration building on North Main Street will be closed until further notice after a fire in the basement.
It was reading about a teenage girl in Detroit who feared for her safety on the walk to school that inspired Bill Pulte.
Looming across the board spending cuts could have a big impact on Macomb County.
Bill Pickard, CEO of Bearwood Management (Global Auto Alliance and MGM Grand), joins host Carol Cain to discuss entrepreneurship and African Americans in business.
Before the New Year begins, take some time to re-visit the hottest issues to strike Michigan in 2012.