Mitch Hotts, The Macomb Daily

Mitch Hotts

The Macomb Daily

Detroit, MI, United States

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Recent:
  • The Macomb Daily
  • The Oakland Press
Past:
  • Daily Tribune
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • The Morning Sun

Recent articles by Mitch:

Little boy shoots himself in foot with gun found uncle’s Eastpointe home – Macomb Daily

Investigators say the child found the gun in a recliner cushion and began playing with it. → Read More

Motorist beware — State Police targeting dangerous motorists on I-696 in Macomb County – Macomb Daily

State Police targeting motorist with unsafe driving habits such as speeding, texting while driving and changing lanes with turn signals → Read More

Macomb County Republicans ‘confused’ over dueling county conventions – Macomb Daily

Competing conventions scheduled for Thursday night in Shelby Township, Warren. → Read More

Free six-week business bootcamp for women starts in Mount Clemens

Each session features experts and group business planning topics such as access to capital, banking, startup budgeting, and social media tips → Read More

Work set to begin on Hayes Road between 18 Mile and Hall Road next week

During the construction, Hayes will remain open to thru traffic, but motorists are urged to use other routes. → Read More

Divers recover body of missing Macomb man from Lake St. Clair

The incident marked the second drowning in the lake in the past week. → Read More

Grosse Pointe man charged with trying to kidnap his ex-wife from Macomb County

Carl Travis allegedly was waiting for his ex-wife to arrive at her residence and tried to drag her to his vehile. → Read More

Failed Sterling Heights City Council candidate faces forgery charges

The probe when City Clerk Melanie Ryska became suspicious when candidate dropped off dozens of applications → Read More

Emergency steps ordered to prevent erosion from eating into I-94 lanes

Continued erosion could reach I-94 or potentially result in a collapse of the freeway’s shoulder or lanes → Read More

Richmond’s police chief placed on paid leave after being charged with misusing LEIN – Macomb Daily

Chief Thomas Costello is accused of using the database to find out information on a Washington Township woman → Read More

Macomb County man arrested in mass shooting in ‘known drug house’ in Detroit – Macomb Daily

Investigators say shooting took place in known drug house on Detroit’s east side → Read More

Search resumes for man who failed to resurface from Lake St. Clair

Witnesses say the man went into the lake on the north end of the lake near Anchor Bay off Jefferson Avenue and never came back up. → Read More

Utica police ask alleged victims of serial exposer to come forward

Because of his past record, William Brown faces up to 75 years in prison if convicted on latest case. → Read More

Families enjoy lakeside fun at AquaFest & Luau – Macomb Daily

Folks enjoyed listening to steel drum bands, a watermelon-eating contest, watching the Disc Dogs and scarfing down goodies from a series of food trucks. → Read More

Despite heat and humidity, crowds turn out for Gratiot Cruise

Cruise chair Jim Tignanelli said the original intent of the cruise wasn’t to have a car show, but rather a way to draw potential customers to the businesses on South Gratiot. → Read More

Escaped Eastpointe prisoner, mom and girlfriend held in jail

A defense attorney told the court Devonta Moore is being scouted by two universities for football. → Read More

Heat advisory in effect for tri-county area until Sunday night

Heat index values — the combination of heat and humidity — up to 100 during the day on Sunday, weather service says → Read More

Shackled prisoner who fled Eastpointe captured near Brighton

Devonta Moore is expected to be arraigned Friday on felony charges of escaping custody. → Read More

Sterling Heights residents to see 1% drop in monthly water/sewer bills

The rate cut is due to the city of Highland Park agreeing to pay its past debts after years of being subsidized. → Read More

Media celeb Jay Towers to be on judging panel for Parade of Lights

Captains will compete for first place prize of $1,000. Runners-up will receive $500 and $300, and the best-decorated resident’s house will pocket $100. → Read More