Miss the latest headlines from Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore? Here's a recap of the news from this past week:
- Chesterfield Township police announced they were searching for an armed robbery suspect who struck in the 23 Mile and Gratiot area.
- Outgoing Clerk Jan Uglis requested an election recount in her close race against Cindy Berry. Uglis spoke of the reasons why she was seeking the effort.
- Returning and new township board members were sworn into office.
- The township board voted against crediting Uglis for medical retiree benefits.
- An Eastpointe man died in a late-night crash in the 26 Mile Road area of Chesterfield.
- New Baltimore Pastor Chris Steinle speaks about his efforts in Hurricane Sandy relief in New York.
- Bars around town celebrated Thanksgiving Eve while police ratched up patrols.
- Patch asks you what you're thankful for this Thanksgiving.
- Black Friday deals were offered in the township, Hall Road and beyond.
- A New Haven student was diagnosed with bacterial meningitis.
- The man charged with robbing a woman in the Kohl's parking lot has pleaded guilty to one count of armed robbery.
- A popular baker is returning to the kitchen in a township business.
- In this week's House Hunt, find out what's on the market for under $300,000.
- Scroll through job openings in the latest Who's Hiring feature.
- Find out what holiday events you and your family can go to right here in Chesterfield and New Baltimore.
- Enter Patch's "Deck the House" Contest for a chance at winning $100,000 for your local school district.
- Upload your best holiday photos to our photo gallery on Patch.
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