Gina Joseph, The Macomb Daily

Gina Joseph

The Macomb Daily

Mount Clemens, MI, United States

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Past articles by Gina:

Macomb County 4-H members awarded $2,000 toward MSU tuition

The students were nominated to represent 4-H in the award competition after attending 4-H Exploration Days. → Read More

Task force report: Creating change for Michigan girls and women in sports

Regina’s new outdoor athletic complex is an investment in the future of girls and women’s sports. → Read More

Open House for the Class of 2036 hosted by Clintondale Community Schools

Every child who attends will receive a T-shirt as a member of the Class of 2036. → Read More

Friday’s snowstorm arrives creating hazardous conditions for rush hour

If you must be out on the roads, allow plenty of time to get where you need to go. → Read More

Chesterfield Twp. woman among those celebrated on National Rosie the Riveter Day

Women’s History Month: Celebrating the pioneers who paved the way for women in manufacturing → Read More

Salvation Army of Southeast Michigan Adult Rehabilitation Center launches spring fundraiser

All proceeds from the Thrift Stores benefit the nonprofit’s Adult Rehabilitation Center. → Read More

Sparkle Network helps metro Detroit teens with prom dress needs

Teens can book an appointment to shop for a free dress at the Prom Closet Project touring throughout Macomb and Oakland counties. → Read More

Warren man kills himself outside of St. Malachy in Sterling Heights

The deceased was not a member of the Sterling Heights Church. → Read More

Moriah White’s ‘Knocking Violence Out of My School’ video gets the message across

More than 30 videos were submitted for the “Knocking Violence Out of My School” competition. → Read More

UFOs: Michigan has a legacy of sightings

Michigan has a legacy of UFO sightings dating back to 1966. → Read More

Huron-Clinton Metroparks to receive Michigan Invasive Species Grant

Grant funds will support early detection and response efforts for watch list invasive species like the spotted lanternfly. → Read More

Women’s History Month: DAR presentation to feature the story of Lisette Denison Forth – Macomb Daily

She was the first black woman to own property in the Michigan territory. → Read More

Furniture Bank of Southeastern Michigan in urgent need of donations

There are more than 100 families waiting for at least 700 items, including mattresses, box springs, dressers, dining sets and sofas. → Read More

AAA: Average gas prices over the weekend were up slightly

Gas price increases are expected to continue along with the demand. → Read More

Carter’s legacy: Raising roofs and breaking down barriers – Macomb Daily

When Harvey Curley heard that the 39th President of the United States was due to arrive at any second on the construction site for Habitat for Humanity International’s Carter Project in Detroit he … → Read More

Enjoy Bocce with the Brothers for the benefit of the Capuchin ministries

The fundraiser features a night of live entertainment, food, silent auctions and a game of bocce with the Capuchin Brothers. → Read More

Grosse Pointe Theatre presents the madcap whodunnit ‘Clue: On Stage’ March 2-12 – Macomb Daily

Just like the board game ‘Clue’ cast members work to find out whodunnit. → Read More

Ash Wednesday services held at Macomb County churches

Early services provided a window of opporturnity before the worst part of the storm. → Read More

Major project to reduce combined sewer overflows into Lake St. Clair underway

New project in the works will help to keep Lake St. Clair clean. → Read More

Macomb Community College will be closing at noon today

Among the schools closing early due to the weather advisory is Macomb Community College. → Read More