Thursday, December 13, 2012
The international retailer of body, face and home products opened Dec. 8 in The Mall at Partridge Creek, the company's fourth Metro Detroit location.
The south of France may be roughly 4,200 miles away, but its unique perfume and atmosphere can now be found at The Mall at Partridge Creek in Clinton Township. L’Occitane en Provence, an international retailer of body, face and home products, opened its signature yellow storefront at Partridge Creek on Saturday, bringing the company's Metro Detroit locations up to four. "We are very pleased to welcome L’Occitane en Provence to The Mall of Partridge Creek beginning this holiday season," said Steve Berlow, Partridge Creek general manager. "Since 1976, they have valued the inspiration from Mediterranean cultures, developed skincare products and fragrances that are natural and authentic, effective and appealing." With more than 2,000 …
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Just what is Small Business Saturday and why should you support it in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore?
Big name national retailers take the spotlight on Black Friday as their deep price cuts pull in shoppers in droves. What about those mom-and-pop businesses all over Chesterfield Township, New Baltimore and beyond that are the backbone of America’s economy? Just when do they get their day? That’s basically the question that was asked back in 2010 when the concept of Small Business Saturday was born. Small Business Saturday is “a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities,” the U.S. Small Business Administration explains on its website. American Express gets the credit for founding the shopping holiday, which got its official start on Nov. 27, 2010, according to the Small Business Saturday Facebook …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. For grandparents, that number might be a little higher.
Here's the first thing you need to know about holiday shopping for grandparents: We just can't get enough pictures of our grandchildren. Whether they're printed on Kodak paper or popped in as wallpaper on our iPad screens, grandparents love, love, love looking at those precious faces. Here are a few ideas to get you thinking in the right direction: These are available on-line through sites like Snapfish.com, or you can order them when you take your digital images or film to Walgreen's, CVS, Rite Aid, or wherever you order prints. My personal favorite is a 4x6 album that fits into my purse. (Go ahead, ask me about my grandchildren.) Help the kids make a frame using a craft-store kit, or simple materials like heavy cardboard or Popsicle …
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Spirit Halloween is preparing to open this month in the former Kmart store on Gratiot and 23 Mile in Chesterfield.
The defunct Kmart store is rustling with the spirit of occupancy. Spirit Halloween, that is. The seasonal chain retailer plans to open doors this month in the plaza on 23 Mile and Gratiot in Chesterfield Township. It will follow suit of Halloween City, which already opened in vacant space in the Target plaza nearby. To apply for a position at Spirit Halloween, visit www.work4spirit.com.
Friday, August 17, 2012
See what the more spacious store has to offer in our photo gallery.
The Salvation Army Family Store is moving from New Baltimore to Chesterfield Township this month. The new store is located at 33195 23 Mile in the Premier Lanes plaza in the township. Its grand opening is Aug. 25. Read about the new store's additional space and merchandise for shoppers, store hours and more.
The store's grand opening is scheduled for Aug. 25 at 33195 23 Mile Road.
Color-coordinated clothes, Halloween decorations, furniture and other merchandise await purchase at the new Salvation Army Family Store in Chesterfield Township. Sign up for the Patch daily newsletter and follow us on Facebook. But eager shoppers must employ patience because the 30,000-square-foot store in the Premier Lanes plaza off 23 Mile doesn't open until Aug. 25. Meanwhile, its longtime location just down the road that turns into Green Street in New Baltimore remains open. "We pretty much produced all new merchandise for this store," said Jacqulynn Idzior, director of operations for Salvation Army Southeast Adult Rehabilitation Center of the township location. "We definitely wanted to stay in the area." Staying in the area but on the…
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Retailer Five Below is slated to develop inside the shopping plaza near Gratiot and 23 Mile roads.
Chesterfield Township's bargain shoppers can consider Five Below as a local option in upcoming months, according to the township. Sign up for the Patch daily newsletter and follow us on Facebook. The retailer that caters to the preteen and teen market with merchandise in the $1-5 price range is planning to open inside the Waterside Marketplace plaza. Site plans to develop an 8,000-square-foot store next to Claire's were approved at the July 10 planning commission meeting. Next, the business will go through engineering and building permit phases, Planning Director Janice Giese said Thursday. “It’s going to be a few months probably before they break ground," Giese said. Five Below wanted to build inside the plaza because vacant spaces, which…
Monday, June 18, 2012
Let us know the best place to find a shopping deal in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore so we can put it to a vote and find out which is the Readers’ Choice 2012 winner.
Monday, June 18, 2012
Where can you find the best place for bargain shopping in Chesterfield-New Baltimore Patch? Patch is relaunching its Readers’ Choice program and we’re asking you, your friends, family, neighbors, coworkers and anyone else to nominate the best spots in town. We’ll keep accepting nominations through July 9. After that, nominations will be closed and we’ll start the voting, so make sure to get in your favorites now. All you need to do is nominate a business by adding the name in the comments below. If you already see the business you want to nominate, make sure to add your comment about why it should be included, because we may not be able to add all businesses to our poll and we want to make sure the top ones make it into the poll. Thanks in…
Saturday, March 31, 2012
From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Meijer will host a variety of in-store sampling events to showcase Easter brunch and dinner ideas, as well as seasonal crafts.
Free samples, anyone? From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, every Meijer store in the state will host a "Taste of Spring," a series of in-store sampling events to help customers plan their Easter festivities. The sampling stations will showcase a variety of Easter brunch and dinner ideas as well as seasonal decor, such as Easter baskets and other crafts. Stations will include: Easter is April 8. Locally, you can find Meijer stores at:
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
The Chesterfield Township store is set to close in two weeks.
The closing of longtime Chesterfield Township retailer, Big Kmart, is approaching. Sears Holding announced at the end of last year a slew of Kmart stores were set to close. The local store on Gratiot near 23 Mile will shut down in a couple weeks. Items at the retailer are marked down by 25-50 percent. By early this week, several of the aisles were barren as much of the merchandise had been scooped up by last-time shoppers looking for deals. Tell us in the comments where you will shop in the township once Kmart closes. Let us know why you picked that retailer or share other answers if they're not in the poll.