Week in Review: Pedestrian Dies From Crash Injuries, Candidate Debates, Motorcyclist Injured, Patch Photo Contest Winner and More

New Baltimore-Chesterfield Patch recaps the news of the week.

Get caught up on the latest local headlines in town:

  • Chesterfield Township police during a search. Foul play was not suspected in the death of the 26-year-old man. Toxicology tests are pending.
  • A 22-year-old Ira Township she sustained when . The victim, Courtney Claus, had been walking her baby in a stroller with two other women, including Claus' mother, when all four of them were hit, according to the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office.
  • A following a crash on Jefferson.
  • An Anchor Bay star athlete the girls' swim and diving team after swimming success in college.
  • A on Gratiot and 23 Mile. No one was injured.
  • New Baltimore left open by .
  • Local residents, community leaders and veterans victims.
  • New Baltimore Water Department near 25 Mile following .
  • , covering issues like the proposed police and fire taxes and vacant storefronts.
  • Macomb County candidates, including those running for prosecutor, sheriff and treasurer, in Chesterfield.
  • A new business, in historic downtown New Baltimore.
  • Chesterfield Township Historical Society held .
  • The is from New Baltimore.
  • An Sundays in Burke Park.
  • See the results of the latest and surveys on Patch.
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