Katelyn Larese, The Macomb Daily

Katelyn Larese

The Macomb Daily

Chesterfield Township, NJ, United States

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Past articles by Katelyn:

New Baltimore Lions Club readies for 30th annual Winterfest

It’s a milestone year for the New Baltimore Lions Club. → Read More

Michigan Veteran Homes seeks volunteers for No Member Dies Alone program

Through the program, volunteers provide comfort at the bedside when family and friends can’t be present. → Read More

Chesterfield Township moves on Brandenburg Park purchase

Chesterfield Township is a step closer to getting full ownership of Brandenburg Park. → Read More

Person of interest sought by police in New Baltimore bank robbery

Police continue to search for a suspect. → Read More

Knapp’s City Garage opens doors in downtown New Baltimore

Knapp’s City Garage has officially opened its doors to the public. → Read More

Community rallies for Chesterfield Township police officer in long battle with COVID-19

A pair of upcoming fundraisers will benefit an officer coping with COVID a year after contracting the disease. → Read More

Brad Kersten elected to fill out term in Chesterfield Twp.

Chesterfield Township’s appointed incumbent supervisor will serve out the remainder of a partial term following the Nov. 8 general election. Brad Kersten, a Republican, defeated his Democratic chal… → Read More

Appointed Chesterfield Twp. incumbent supervisor faces challenge

Chesterfield Township voters on Nov. 8 will decide which of two candidates will serve a partial term as supervisor. → Read More

New Haven trustee looks to unseat incumbent village president

New Haven voters will select a village president on Nov. 8. → Read More

Jim Ellis, former Chesterfield Township supervisor, dies at 89

Visitation and a funeral service is scheduled for Saturday in New Baltimore. → Read More

Man seriously injured after pedestrian crash in Chesterfield Township

A pedestrian was seriously injured early Monday while trying to cross Gratiot Avenue. → Read More

Anchor Bay School District puts $169M bond issue on November ballot

Voters will be asked in November to approve a $169 million school bond to fund various upgrades throughout the district. → Read More

Chesterfield voters to narrow supervisor field on Aug. 2

The Aug. 2 primary election will narrow the field of candidates vying for the supervisor’s seat in Chesterfield Township. Voters will be asked to select one of two Democratic candidates, along with… → Read More

Anchor Bay Country Fest to return to New Baltimore with new lineup

New Baltimore’s two-day country music festival returns this weekend. → Read More

57th annual Bay-Rama Fishfly Festival kicks off in New Baltimore

The Bay-Rama Fishfly Festival kicks off its 57th year in the city of New Baltimore Wednesday. → Read More

Chesterfield Township cracks down on stray shopping carts

Abandoned carts will now be impounded by the township, and retailers will be charged a fee to retrieve them. → Read More

Selfridge commander talks PFAS mitigation

Selfridge Air National Guard Base is taking steps to reduce the levels of “forever chemicals” known as PFAS draining into local waterways. → Read More

New Baltimore voters pass fire millage, reject road bond

A pair of proposals on the ballot in New Baltimore saw mixed results at the polls Nov. 2. While voters passed a fire millage to fund additional staffing and other operational costs at the city’s fi… → Read More

New Baltimore voters select city council members

Two incumbent New Baltimore City Council members will retain their seats, and one new face will join them, following the Nov. 2 election. The ballot had six candidates, including three incumbents a… → Read More

Semaan ousts Dupray in New Baltimore mayoral race

New Baltimore voters have elected a new city mayor. Challenger Tom Semaan defeated incumbent Mayor John W. Dupray at the polls Nov. 2 with 1,430 votes, or about 52% of the vote, according to unoffi… → Read More