(from Fall, 2021 Macomb Now Magazine)
The school in Washington Township came into being as early as 1824 when a log schoolhouse was built.
(from Spring, 2021 Macomb Now Magazine)
At the turn of the century it was common to see people gathered outside in Mount Clemens once the warm days of spring arrived.
(from Summer, 2020 Macomb Now Magazine)
The Sigma Gamma Association began in the early 1900s with local young women meeting for social activities, which later led to organized charitable activities for children and raising money for local hospitals.
(from Spring, 2020 Macomb Now Magazine)
Although Mount Clemens was known as the Bath City, it was also renowned for roses.
(from Spring, 2019 Macomb Now Magazine)
Imperial Japan had invaded China in 1937 and threatened to overrun all of Asia and the Pacific.
(from Summer, 2018 Macomb Now Magazine)
Michigan’s governor between 1921 and 1927, had a vision that he believed would revolutionize automobile travel.
(from Winter, 2015 Macomb Now Magazine)
The hardy residents of Macomb get out their sleds or ice augurs, strap on their snowshoes or skis, lace up their boots, or shine up and sharpen their skates.
(from Summer, 2014 Macomb Now Magazine)
Pioneer aviator Charles A. Lindbergh was born Feb. 4, 1902 in Detroit and raised on a Minnesota farm.
(from Summer, 2021 Macomb Now Magazine)
This is an experience fondly remembered by many families in the Roseville area between the late 1940s and the early 1980s.
(from Fall, 2020 Macomb Now Magazine)
September arrives with mornings a little cooler and air a little crisper, all signs that it is back to school time, a time when students look forward to learning new things, meeting a new teacher and making new friends.
(from Fall, 2019 Macomb Now Magazine)
This is a country hardware store. Nothing is fancy but everything is useful and practical…
(from Winter, 2019 Macomb Now Magazine)
It is hard to conceive, but Michigan’s great forests yielded more money and more fortunes than did all the gold mining in California.
(from Fall, 2018 Macomb Now Magazine)
By the 1840s, Log cabins were giving way to more comfortable frame homes.
(from Winter, 2018 Macomb Now Magazine)
Ice grips the Clinton River in this photo view from the old iron bridge at Market Street in downtown Mount Clemens in 1951.
(from Summer 2016 issue of Macomb Now Magazine)
The summers of my youth were slow and lazy, seemingly never ending.
(from the Fall 2016 issue of Macomb Now Magazine)
In the middle of a bustling suburb there is an unexpected slice of heaven.
(from Fall, 2014 Macomb Now Magazine)
Fall has arrived with its soft golden light. Trees are beginning to turn color, laughter is heard from the school yard at recess, and the school bell rings.
(from Winter, 2021 Macomb Now Magazine)
Falling asleep as a small child while listening to the sounds of music from the dance hall across the road every Saturday night.
(from Summer, 2019 Macomb Now Magazine)
When our family first moved to Macomb County nearly 50 years ago we lived in an old house in Mount Clemens and back then there wasn’t air conditioning.
(from Spring, 2018 Macomb Now Magazine)
The Upton family embodies what Macomb County was built upon, immigrants who worked hard, showed perseverance and demonstrated innovation.
(from Spring, 2016 Macomb Now Magazine)
Grand Trunk Western Railroad Engine 913 and its crew stopped at the Richmond (then Lenox) Train Depot, circa 1912.
(from the Winter 2016 Edition of Macomb Now Magazine)
“Come on, let’ get out there and give that guy a hand.”
(from Fall 2015 issue of Macomb Now Magazine)
Welcome to Mount Clemens, Bath City, U.S.A.
(from Spring, 2013 Macomb Now Magazine)
The Octagon House is listed on the national Register of Historic Places.
(from the Summer 2013 Edition of Macomb Now Magazine)
Men of Macomb County served in the 7th and 24 the Infantry and the Michigan Cavalry.
(from Fall 2012, Macomb Now Magazine)
Despite early budding of fruit trees followed by several hard freezing spring nights, loss of fruit, and this summer’s drought, northern Macomb’s orchards, cider mills, farm stands and markets are open for business.