She never intended to become a fashionista but that is what Jinny (Virginia) Curatolo has been known as over the years.
A decision by an Army infantry sergeant in Panama in the mid-1950s changed draftee Robert Stewart’s life in an unexpected way.
When parents divorce, their child custody plans are supposed to place the “best interests of the child” first…
A Passport program was created to inspire and encourage people to visit historical places throughout the county.
Families have gotten so much more than just eggs out of raising these feathered friends at their home.
A solid group of women entrepreneurs has maintained stability and success in downtown Mount Clemens.
A place close by where we can go when we need to amp up our elegance.
Incorporating apples into your diet can have great effect on brain health, weight loss, cancer prevention, heart health, and much more.
Some people, when life hands them lemons, they make lemonade. Others take the same lemons and create a scrumptious lemon merengue pie. That’s the case with Chuck Sansone.
On July 1, 2017, Selfridge will mark 100 years since the first soldier
Maybe it’s time to look out your back door and visualize your potential backyard retreat?
Divorce is a painful loss for everyone. Children often feel hurt and helpless when their parents divorce…
Exploring the effect of birth order is challenging in many different ways.
In business, it’s knowing and seeing a need, and then providing a solution that proves success.
Save the date – Sunday, July 10 – for the Vince & Joe’s Gourmet Market third annual Festa Buon Appetito 2016 at its Shelby location.
Chef Pete Loren from Nino Salvaggio International Marketplace shares his ideas and recipes for the perfect summer picnic.
If you love wine and enjoy trying new dishes visit La Cucina del Vino soon and tell them Macomb Now sent you!
Casual fashion needs to be easy and simple for a house full of young boys.
The term Empty Nest is often used to describe the transition period in a family’s life cycle when the children have grown up and left home to begin their own adult lives.
Dr. Robert Di Loreto, colleagues and staff provide lifelong urology care.
The history of Clinton Township began with the arrival of the Moravian missionaries who originated from what is now Saxony, Germany.
In the Christian Bible, the apostle Paul states clearly that the “church” is the people…
The new shops in the Utica Junction are part of a revitalization of the area as a hub for small businesses and specialty shopping.
Two days a week he loads his custom-made Irish harp into a wheelchair and sets up in various medical units and waiting rooms throughout the hospital.
Conflict is an inevitable part of relationships, particularly in emotionally close ones.
Just a short drive from the hustle and bustle of city life, the Lavender Festival is the perfect mid-summer getaway.
A vacation, whether short or long, offers the opportunity to decrease stress and rejuvenate.
First State Bank is a bank with deep roots in our community and one that is committed to ensuring Macomb County thrives.
Cooking celebrity Cathy Lentine shows us how to awaken our taste buds by incorporating fresh herbs into our dishes.
Macomb Now Magazine is celebrating with this 25th Silver Edition.
Think positive. Stay inspired. That’s the message local entrepreneur Chris Reynolds hopes to spread with his clothing line.
By focusing on your behaviors, thoughts and actions you too can become resilient and better able to face adversity.
The expansion of surgical rooms will provide top health care at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital.
Quality services and growing opportunities in health care employment are abound.
Summer is a great time to dive in on swimming for fun, fitness and life.
A unique schooling option is putting a virtual school in Clinton Township on parents’ radar throughout the state.
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