While most of us see fall as the end of the growing season, it is also the beginning of our next garden season as well. With cooler temperatures forecasted, this weekend will be a great time to prepare new garden beds, cleanup old ones, and get our lawns ready for next year.
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel is featured in a new movie set to premiere at the end of the month
“Some things are best left alone. The history of mankind is full of stories of people on a journey of self-discovery. Only some journeys don’t lead to the enlightenment that was sought. The human mind can experience some of the most amazing phenomenon. The problem is when you try to define those experiences as real or not.”
Our department was privileged to join with county officials, district personal, former students and business leaders at the Lincoln High School Center for Career and Technology in Warren. The gathering was to celebrate new machinery which will enable students to prepare for high-demand careers in manufacturing.
Every weekend this fall, Big Red will feature a “pop-up” restaurant called “Union Joints.” Union Joints features favorite menu items from Clarkston Union, Union Woodshop, Vinsetta Garage, Fenton Firehall and Union General.
Two weeks from today, 57 of Macomb County’s leading manufacturers will host tours for nearly 2,000 students from all 28 public high schools. These tours are designed to provide students with a chance to see advanced manufacturing in action and introduce them to a variety of interesting careers.
The Buy Nearby campaign is an ongoing, year-round, feel-good campaign intended to create excitement about the great shopping in Michigan and the advantages of supporting retailers and communities in Michigan. You can think of it as a “shop local” campaign for the entire state.
It’s fall in Macomb County, which means it’s time to get out and explore everything the season has to offer. There is so much going on this time of year. We made it easy for you to find a variety of activities throughout the county and plan an outing that anyone can enjoy, whether it’s a day for the whole family or an adult evening out.
Between 1920 and 1933, the United States prohibited the production, transportation, sale or consumption of alcoholic beverages including beer, wine and spirts. In Canada, the good times continued to flow which proved to be a lucrative advantage for the Detroit area. Alcohol became a hot commodity and many were willing to risk life and freedom to quench America’s thirst.
The weekend is over, everyone is back to work and school. One of the best ways to survive a Monday is by starting to think ahead to next weekend. What should I do, where should I go, and who should I invite. Thanks to Macomb County’s agriculture, you do not have to go far to enjoy some relaxing time on a date or a fun night with the girls laughing.
The Macomb County Fire Chiefs Association wants everyone to know that National Fire Prevention Week is October 8-14, 2017. Fire departments across the county will host open houses to celebrate. This year’s theme is “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out!” Did you know that you may have only 120 seconds to escape if fire starts? Does everyone in your household know what to do if the smoke detector alarm goes off?