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The storm watch is in effect until 8 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
Employees took to their bicycles Friday to ride from St. Clair Shores to Detroit for National Bike to Work Day.
It was a busy weekend around town including the Lakeview prom, car show at the Bruce Post VFW #1146 and opening day for the St. Clair Shores Baseball-Softball Association. Share your photos on Patch.
Did you go to the weekend-long comic convention in Novi?
Today is the last day to ride the Ferris wheel, enjoy an elephant ear and play carnival games at the St. Joan of Arc Festival.
A monument with the names of the six Shelby Township residents who gave their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan in the Global War on Terror will be dedicated at 1:30 p.m.Sunday during the Memorial Day ceremony
Volunteers can meet with organizers of the annual Nautical Coast Cleanup starting at 8 a.m. today at the Jefferson Yacht Club to help remove trash and debris from along the Lake St. Clair coastline.
The first large car cruise of the year will be held today at the Bruce Post VFW, and will also feature a hot cake breakfast also for $7 for adults, and $4 for children 6 and under.
The first Rubber Ducky Race for Autism was held Saturday at the Chapaton Retention Basin, The event was organized by the Henry Ford Health System, the Shorewood Kiwanis, local businesses and elected officials.
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