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Armed Robbers Take Pub's Cash, Anchor Bay Teachers of Year, Deputy Charged in Screening Scheme and More

New Baltimore-Chesterfield Township Patch recaps the news from this past week.

Miss the latest local headlines in town? Get caught up with this one-stop reading recap.

  • Two armed men robbed Rosie O'Grady's bookkeeper of the bar's St. Patrick's Day cash.
  • An emergency dredging initiative, which is backed by local lawmakers, is heading to Gov. Rick Snyder. 
  • Anchor Bay Schools honors the outstanding teachers of the year. 
  • A Macomb County Sheriff's deputy from Chesterfield Township was charged with fixing a New Baltimore woman's alcohol-screening tests. 
  • A massive health care fraud and drug-distribution scheme involves Macomb County residents. 
  • Police arrested a Lenox Township woman on St. Patrick's Day in Chesterfield on child endangerment and other charges. 
  • Local soldiers are among those remembered as Michigan's casualties of war in Iraq.
  • Enter Patch's PEEPs contest.
  • Tell us your favorite signs of spring in town.
  • Scroll through job openings across town and at L'Anse Creuse Public Schools.
  • See a sampling of local places hosting Easter brunch.

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