Monday, January 14, 2013
Rapper Hush will be among the performers helping open a new Chesterfield Township concert venue while raising funds for the Detroit Dog Rescue.
Grosse Pointe Woods rapper Hush will join the Howling Diablos to open Club Diesel on Saturday, Jan. 19 in Chesterfield Township. The show at the new concert and entertainment venue at 33151 23 Mile Road in the Premier Lanes complex is also a fundraiser for St. Clair Shores-based Detroit Dog Rescue. Daniel “Hush” Carlisle, a Detroit Music Award Winner who has performed with Eminem, and co-founder Monica Martino established the Detroit Dog Rescue with a mission of founding the city’s first no-kill shelter. This will be the first event at the new, live-music facility owned by longtime nightclub owners Mike Mitchell, who is the former owner of the Emerald Theatre and Hayloft, and Joe Sgroi, owner of the Ritz, New York New York and the Premier …
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Here’s a look at five activities you can do as a family in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore.
Looking for something to do during the holiday break? Here are five fun activities you can do with your kids in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore. What are your favorite things to do with your kids in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore? Tell us in the comments.
Friday, August 31, 2012
Township police are trying to identify the suspects in the Aug. 16 attack.
Chesterfield Township police are looking for several teens responsible for a drive-by paintball shooting that targeted multiple people in the community. Around 10 p.m. Aug. 16, police responded to a neighborhood on D.W. Seaton between 23 and 24 Mile roads. Three female home owners who had converged on a front porch reported a car pulling up, with the male driver shouting vulgarities, and then paintballs were fired toward the women from inside the vehicle. Follow us on Facebook In the darkness, the victims could not make out the car nor decipher at first whether the shots were stemming from a real firearm. Adding to the confusion, the paint was orange and was mistaken as blood in the immediate moments following the shooting. "They said they…
Friday, July 27, 2012
The store on Green Street in New Baltimore will remain open until Aug. 24.
Friday, July 27, 2012
Salvation Army is moving down the road next month. The store on Green Street in New Baltimore, which is currently offering a "blow-out sale," will close Aug. 24. It will reopen Aug. 25 in the Premiere Lanes plaza in Chesterfield Township. Township Supervisor Michael Lovelock said the business is a welcome addition in town and credited the plaza landlord for working hard to fill vacancies in the strip.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Plan your social calendar this week with these nearby events.
SUMMER SALUTE Where/When: Chesterfield Township Municipal Offices; 11 a.m.-3 p.m. June 18. Why Go: It's time for free family fun with Chesterfield Township's Summer Salute. Bring the whole gang to the municipal offices for a memorable afternoon, including a petting farm, inflatables, a miniature fire truck ride, airbrush tattoos, crafts, Tiny the Clown, Chesterfield Police K-9 Unit and Chesterfield Fire Department doing demos and the Historical Village will also be open, so families can visit the Weller School House, log cabin, cobbler and blacksmith shops. Pricing: Free. TEEN SUMMER READING FEST Where/When: Chesterfield Township Library; 6-7:30 p.m. June 14. Why Go: Teens can get a ticket away from the every day, as Chesterfield Township …
Thursday, May 19, 2011
From Victorian festivals to cage fighting to fairy tales retold, New Baltimore-Chesterfield Patch helps you plan your weekend.
BANDS ROCK PREMIER CONCERT THEATER Where/When: Premier Lanes; 7 p.m. May 20. Why Go: Enjoy live music to rock your weekend at the Premier Concert Theater, which presents A Righteous Downfall, Face the Fact, Mass Panic, Quiet on Sunny Days. Pricing: $8 cover. ROMEO VICTORIAN FESTIVAL Where/When: Downtown Romeo; 9 a.m.-6 p.m. May 21. Why Go: Enjoy a real blast from the past with the Sixth Annual Romeo Victorian Festival, with Civil War re-enactors, walking tours, street performances, vintage bicycles and model trains on display, antique trolley rides, garden party fun and much more. Pricing: Free. CHAMBER GOLF OUTING Where/When: Boulder Lakes Golf Club; 11:30 a.m. May 21. Why Go: The Anchor Bay Chamber of Commerce & the Sterling Heights …