Miss the latest headlines? Here's your one-stop reading recap for news in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore.
- After heated discussions, a majority of the Chesterfield Township Board of Trustees approved a moratorium on police layoffs that will span up to 90 days.
- Police officers and their supporters rallied against the layoffs at the meeting.
- Many officials and residents said the tax-increase proposal should go back to voters with a sunset clause. Tell us what you think.
- Anchor Bay schools is stepping up security by installing electronic door locks at schools throughout the district.
- Police are searching for two men who robbed a local jewelry store.
- Some area dirt roads are scheduled to be paved.
- An Anchor Bay grad shares her experiences overseas.
- Despite having four snow days, ABS has not exceeding the amount allowed this school year.
- Anchor Bay and L'Anse Creuse superintendents are among the highest compensated in the state.
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