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RCS kicks off year with new tech, athletic bond


by CHRIS GRAY
Romeo students may have more than new notebooks and personal devices for the new school year.
With school back in full swing, both students and parents in the Romeo Community Schools district will see major initiatives...

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Wash Twp upgrades government website


by JERRY FRAEYMAN
Washington Township recently upgraded its website, www.washingtontownship.org, to include a slew of new features. The Romeo Observer had a chance to catch up with Washington Township Clerk Kathy Bosheers, who...

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Romeo woman's journey with cancer inspires campaign


by CHRIS GRAY
Sherry Schacht of Romeo thought her stomach pain was the result of over-doing it on $1 burger night at Younger's Irish Tavern.
When the pain returned a few days later after a meal of Mexican food, her husband...

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Video claims Romeo police used excessive force


by CHRIS GRAY
Officers with the Romeo Police Department are accused of using excessive force to gain entry into a home after a video shows them arresting three individuals.
The department, however, disputes that officers did ...

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Labor Day storm tears up a portion of Romeo


by CHRIS GRAY
Edmund Redlawski of Romeo and his wife sat down to watch the 6 p.m. news on Labor Day, possibly catching the warning of a thunderstorm approaching.
In the next minute, though, their property turned to chaos as...

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Washington Twp receives positive audit report


by CHRIS GRAY
Washington Township's audit has shown the results of working to keep the legacy costs down that are affecting many other communities.
Plante Moran presented the township's annual audit report on Aug. 27, ...

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More than 98,000 without power



One of the strongest storms to hit southeast Michigan in recent history caused 375,000 power outages for DTE Energy customers.
The severe storms that hit on Sept. 5 caused 33,000 customers in Macomb County to ...

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Police search for missing man



Police are asking the public to help locate a missing Sterling Heights man seen in the local area.
Lawrence "Larry" Kunz, 27, has been reported missing as of Aug. 30. His family is asking for assistance because...

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MC holds hearing for 2015 budget



The Macomb County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on the proposed 2015 budget.
The hearing will be held 9 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 11 at the Board of Commissioners offices, located on the ninth...

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STORM DAMAGE. Above, Edmund Redlawski of Romeo said fierce winds knocked part of a tree onto his home on Sept. 1. (Read Story)

(Observer photo by Chris Gray)

Watchdog week games

Tuesday, Sept. 16, volleyball vs. Marysville at 6:30 p.m. in the Romeo High School gym.
Wednesday, Sept. 17, boys' tennis against Anchor Bay at 4 p.m. at the high school courts.
Wednesday, Sept. 17, soccer against L'Anse Creuse North at 6 p.m. at Memorial Field.
Thursday, Sept. 18, girls' swim against Fraser at 6 p.m. in the high school pool.
Friday, Sept. 19, football against Henry Ford II at 7 p.m. at Barnabo Stadium.





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