Week in Review: Accused Armed Robber Nabbed, Higher Taxes Proposed, New Developments in Town

Catch up the news from the past week here in Chesterfield and New Baltimore.

Get caught up on the news from this past week. Among the headlines:

  • Chesterfield Township police said early in the week last weekend. On Friday, Steven Champine, 55 and formerly of the township, was , police said.

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  • at the Monday night Board of Trustees meeting in which community officials and residents expressed support for the departments.
  • Several residents in the Winchester Village Subdivision along I-94 cited after the original buffer between the sub and expressway was removed.
  • Construction began Monday on the that the community has dubbed the "Cedar Point of Chesterfield."
  • Chesterfield Board of Trustees unanimously decided Wednesday to place a . Take on whether you are in favor of the tax proposals.
  • Waterside Marketplace is slated to at 23 Mile and Gratiot. Five Below is expected to break ground in upcoming months.
  • The in Lake Huron.
  • New Baltimore fire officials at the corner of Green and Washington streets. Preliminary findings showed it was likely caused by discarded cigarettes. 
  • New Baltimore police released a report that after they allegedly swiped cash from an ice cream truck driver who gave them a lift to the park.
  • A pedestrian was not seriously injured after , reportedly moving at slow speeds, on 23 Mile.
  • The in downtown Mount Clemens.
  • in light of the shooting at a midnight viewing of the new Batman movie in Colorado that left 12 people dead and dozens injured.


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