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County ready to install
traffic signal at four corners


by DENNIS A. SETTER
The date for beginning to install the new traffic signal at the four corners in Romeo has been set for June 1 of this year.
Village Clerk Mike Lee met with county officials in a preconstruction meeting last ...

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Peach crop not looking
good for second year


by DEBI MARTONE
Extreme temperatures this winter endangered the area's peach crop.
According to state experts and local growers, it isn't looking favorable to have locally grown peaches for the second year in a row, ...

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Tractor Supply needs variance for sidewalk display at new location


by DENNIS A. SETTER
Tractor Supply Company (TSC) will be seeking a variance so it can install a permanent sidewalk display at its proposed new location at the old Kmart site on Van Dyke.
The Washington Township Planning Commission...

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Macomb County electronic
election reminders



Macomb County Clerk / Register of Deeds Carmella Sabaugh recently launched a service that allows residents to sign up for electronic reminders for election-related topics.
Residents can choose to receive reminders ...

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Stamp Out
Hunger May 9



The 2015 Letters Carriers Stamp out Hunger Food Drive will be held on Saturday, May 9, in which postal service customers are requested to place non-perishable food items near their mail boxes to be pick-up by their...

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Romeo senior wins
Patriotic Art Contest



by DENNIS A. SETTER
Megan Ross circled back to an idea she had four years ago, the last time she submitted artwork for the VFW Ladies Auxiliary art contest, and ended up winning this time.
Her "Out of many, one," or E pluribus...

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Wolcott invites public
to meet the new babies


by DEBI MARTONE
Babies are all over the Wolcott Mill Farm Learning Center these days.
About 50 babies, including chicks, ducklings, kid goats, piglets, bunnies, lambs and calves, have been born this spring on the farm, making ...

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Patriotic art winner

Megan Ross holds up her winning drawing that was given a first place during this year's Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest put on by the VFW Ladies Auxiliary. A total of 22 Romeo High School students participated as did six Almont High School students. Ross's drawing will now be entered into a statewide contest. Ross is a senior at RHS. (Read Story)

(Photo courtesy of Jenny Teller)

Join clean-up day
with Parks & Rec

The Romeo-Washington-Bruce Parks and Recreation will hold their first Community Clean Up Day on Saturday, April 18. The department maintains more than 32 ball fields including 12 owned by Romeo Community Schools and all soccer areas.
Groups, organizations and individuals are invited to help clean up the parks. These include Washington Township Park, Orchard Hills Park, Community Center, Crystal Diamonds Outside Sports Complex, Skate Park, Gilcher-Crissman Park, Bruce Township Park and Romeo Village Park. The Romeo Community Schools fields and local community cemeteries will be included if there are enough volunteers.
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Murder Mystery
at Masonic Temple

A Murder Mystery Dinner Theater will be held by The Murder Mystery Company at the Romeo Masonic Temple from 6-10 p.m., Saturday, June 6. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Romeo High School Scholarship Fund.
The cost is $50 per person or $90 a couple. Prizes will be given for the most authentically dressed couple of the 1920s era and the table that solves the mystery.
A choice of chicken cordon bleu or prime rib will be served. Tickets are available at 586-752-2822. The Masonic Temple is located at 231 N. Main Street in Romeo.



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