Macomb’s Been Reading Since 1865

Macomb’s Been Reading Since 1865

By Nick Lico Founded in 1865, at the same time as the Detroit Public Library, The Mount Clemens Public Library is the oldest Library in Macomb County. Historical records indicate that the superintendent of the Mount Clemens School District founded the library in a...
Not Just a Tuba Player

Not Just a Tuba Player

These days Kingsley Sears, at 90 years young, is mostly known for his love of music. The longtime Warren resident and tuba player is a founding member of several local ensembles he still performs in, including the Warren Concert Band, and The Warren Chorus. He’s...
Lace Up For Fun

Lace Up For Fun

By Jason Davidson Do you enjoying running or walking, and want to make it part of your regular routine? Do you need motivation to keep that New Year’s resolution to be more active? Then consider joining a local walking/running club this spring. They are growing in...
Letting Go

Letting Go

By Shelley Galasso Bonanno, M.A. Letting go can be hard. Letting go of “stuff ” can be particularly difficult for many. We surround ourselves with stuff that often simultaneously seems both important and useless. We sometimes hold onto unnecessary items with the...
Trip Down Memory Lane

Trip Down Memory Lane

By Rebecca Calappi Get those passports ready. Taking a trip down memory lane into Macomb’s history is just what the Macomb County Historical Society was thinking when they created the Bicentennial Passport to Macomb County History program. The Passport program was...