Instead of months, the Old Macomb County Building that caught fire last week is now expected to remain closed for two years for needed repairs and improvements.
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.
A data center management specialist founded in 1979 is on the grow, looking to expand from West Michigan into the Midwest.
EyeWyre Software Studios, a software development firm, has relocated its offices previously located in Shelby Township to downtown Mount Clemens.
Mt. Clemens based Clean Light Green Light annoiunced last week that it had designed and manufactured a project on the Holland Tunnel between New York and New Jersey.
The Mount Clemens business community is asking for help in saving the Macomb County New Year’s Eve Gala fireworks show.
Parkmobile USA Inc., a company whose investors include Bill Ford Jr., announced Monday that its smartphone parking payment service has been implemented in Mount Clemens.
Live music will continue through August in Mount Clemens as the Uptown Friday Night Concert Series returns to close out the summer.
An 18-year-old Warren man is expected to be arraigned Monday in connection with the weekend shooting at the Stars and Stripes Festival in Mount Clemens.
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel is scheduled to launch a major new Macomb County marketing campaign Tuesday morning.