Miss the latest local headlines in town? Here's a one-stop reading recap to keep you up to date on Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore news.
- Chesterfield Township invites the public to join police layoff talks and solutions to combat the looming police fund deficit.
- New Baltimore home owners and city officials try to address houses near soil slippage.
- Olive Garden backs out of building this year in the township.
- A New Baltimore rethinks his resignation plans amid questions whether a recent council motion was legal.
- 5 signs of spring include a first-time spring day for the New Baltimore Farmers' Market.
- Water recreation, artwork, new business and more make our list of 10 things coming to downtown New Baltimore.
- State Rep. Andrea LaFontaine and Sen. Jack Brandenburg push for low-interest loans for marinas to pursue emergency dredging projects.
- Chesterfield Township firefighters help residents keep File of Life.
- Easter is coming, with the bunny appearing at Lakeside Mall, and local egg-hunting events scheduled.
- Daylight Savings time means spring is inching closer and smoke detector batteries need changing.
- Readers tell us what you want to see in this vacant storefront.
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