Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The home improvement retailer recently finished construction of a spacious store off Interstate 94 and Hall Road.
Menards will open its first store in the region Feb. 19 in Chesterfield Township, the retailer announced early this week. “We are really excited to open the doors to our first store in the Detroit-metro area. Homeowners, tenants, business owners and contractors will now have great access to a full-line of building materials and supplies at the lowest prices in the area," Menards spokesman Jeff Abbott stated in a news release. The retailer, which has locations across the Midwest, sells anything from garden supplies to brand appliances. The township store will feature a line of convenience groceries "as a one-stop shopping experience." Michael Ruthig, Chesterfield Menards General Manager said in the prepared statement, “We’re very glad that …
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The coffee shop is located at 36540 Green Street near Washington in New Baltimore.
After two years and many setbacks, the Biggby Coffee in New Baltimore is percolating a Dec. 18 opening date. “From the beginning we knew New Baltimore would be a great place for Biggby and everyone here is just so excited. There’s a constant buzz around town as we cannot wait to get our doors open and show how much we appreciate everyone’s support," according to Kathy Dehem who co-owns the New Baltimore business with husband Jim Dehem. Customers will be treated to 99 cent tall (hot or iced) Caramel Marvels opening day. To download and print your coupons for the deals, visit http://bit.ly/QEzMQZ The coffee shop is located across from City Hall on Green Street near Washington. It will also have free Wi-Fi and drive-thru service. Hours will …
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Check out photo gallery of anticipated businesses in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore.
Shoppers, food-lovers and families may be rejoicing at anticipated developments in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore. Follow us on Facebook for regular updates and news.
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Get to know Patch's Audrey Perakis, the ad manager working with businesses in your community.
One of Patch's goals is to make life ridiculously easy for residents of our communities, and that includes business owners. To that end, we’d like to introduce Audrey Perakis, Patch's ad manager for Chesterfield Township, New Baltimore and other local communities. She comes armed with ridiculously effective advertising deals that should fit most any budget. We caught up with Audrey recently to ask her a few questions: Where did you grow up and go to school? Do you have family? From Clinton Township and graduated from Chippewa Valley High School. I graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in advertising. My family lives in Clinton Township, Grosse Pointe and St. Clair Shores. What’s your experience? While in college, I sold …
Sunday, October 28, 2012
New Baltimore-Chesterfield Patch recaps the news from last week.
Miss the latest headlines from Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore? Here's a recap of the news from this past week:
New Baltimore City Council has engaged in long debates about medical marijuana cultivation.
The latest council medical marijuana cultivation discussion in New Baltimore acknowledged a controversial dispensary's plans to open in the city. Without directly naming the business, Councilman Ken Butler said its desire to move to the community while a medical marijauna ordinance is being drafted "makes it incredibly difficult." He referred Monday night to the business "that looks like a super head shop," saying "that's not what we need." The conversation came as council extended a medical marijuana moratorium for 60 days, with plans to mull over proposed ordinances for cultivation in upcoming weeks. Council and Planning Commission officials have been on the same page about allowing industrial growth but have disagreed on residential …
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Le Beaute Hair Design and More is taking over the former belly dancing studio space on Washington Street.
Ira Township resident Rebecca Rodriguez is going back to her New Baltimore roots. The owner of Le Beaute Hair Design and More, who expects her salon to open this month in space formerly occupied by a belly-dancing studio and another hair salon, grew up in the city. "It's historical; I love antiques," she said of the downtown off Anchor Bay. "It's just fitting. It's quiet, peaceful," said Rodriguez, who also owns E Clipz in Ira Township. Le Beaute at 51026 Washington Street, offers regular hair salon services, including hair removal and hairpieces and extensions. For more information, call 586-716-9245. To see more businesses in New Baltimore and Chesterfield, visit our directory.
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Find job opportunities in the community and beyond.
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Looking for work in the Chesterfield area? Here's a roundup of openings, according to indeed.com and employer sites.
Monday, October 15, 2012
See a roundup of local job openings here.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Macomb County Executive announces first-ever Macomb Business Award contest for "second-stage" companies.
In an effort to retain and grow existing Macomb County businesses, County Executive Mark Hackel announced a contest to award top businesses in the county. "Macomb County has a responsibility to create an environment where business can thrive," said Hackel. The announcement was made Tuesday at Fori Automation global headquarters in Shelby Township. The manufacturing company invited county leaders to an open house to celebrate Fori's 15,000-square foot building expansion and recent leap in growth. The Macomb Business Awards is part of the Macomb County Planning and Economic Development's new initiative, "Home in Macomb Business Retention Program," which is aimed at helping existing Macomb County businesses thrive. "We're coming for you," …