Miss the latest headlines from Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore? Here's a recap of the news from this past week:
- A New Baltimore gas station employee was charged with embezzling about $60,000 from her employer.
- The Macomb County Sheriff's Office is searching for a driver who fatally struck and dragged a woman in Washington Township.
- Anchor Bay Schools heightened security to ease concerns following the Sandy Hook tragedy.
- Nineteen Anchor Bay Schools retirees were honored at a recent Board of Education meeting.
- Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed a bill that would have allowed guns in schools.
- Biggby Coffee of New Baltimore opened on Green Street following much anticipation.
- Play structures are in place at Chesterfield Township's splash park.
- Chesterfield Township Library offers regular career-seeking advice for readers.
- A new report shows a rapidly aging Macomb County.
- Find out what readers are saying about school security.
- See who's hiring in Macomb County.
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