(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.
This could be a scene from a Hollywood movie, but it is in fact our very own metro Beach.
The Upton family embodies what Macomb County was built upon, immigrants who worked hard, showed perseverance and demonstrated innovation.
Ice grips the Clinton River in this photo view from the old iron bridge at Market Street in downtown Mount Clemens in 1951.
Welcome to Mount Clemens, Bath City, U.S.A.
(from Winter, 2013 Macomb Now Magazine)
Merry Christmas and holiday best wishes to everyone.
(from Spring, 2013 Macomb Now Magazine)
The Octagon House is listed on the national Register of Historic Places.
Pioneer aviator Charles A. Lindbergh was born Feb. 4, 1902 in Detroit and raised on a Minnesota farm.
What could be better for summer fun than an amusement park right next to the beach?
In the middle of a bustling suburb there is an unexpected slice of heaven.
(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 Summer, 2017 Macomb Now Magazine)
In the early 1900s, my grandparents regularly took the Interurban, which was in fact more of a streetcar than a railroad.
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.
Fifty years after his death, Macomb County sill remembers.
Men of Macomb County served in the 7th and 24 the Infantry and the Michigan Cavalry.