Gina Joseph, The Macomb Daily

Gina Joseph

The Macomb Daily

Mount Clemens, MI, United States

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Recent:
  • The Macomb Daily
Past:
  • Daily Tribune
  • The Oakland Press
  • The Morning Sun

Recent articles by Gina:

New Haven family witnesses close call for boaters on high seas

Fitzgerald teacher has a great story to share with her students → Read More

A bounty of activities are planned for the Armada Fair Aug. 15-21

Folks aren’t kidding when they say there’s something for everyone at the Armada Fair going on Aug. 15-21. → Read More

Washington Township couple take unique path to become one-of-a-kind family

Six children all under the age of 3? It’s amazing. And at times a little crazy for Katie and Mario Talerico, who are proof: faith and perseverance are a powerful combination. “We always wanted a large family,” said Katie, who’s had motherly instincts since she was a child. At just 4 years old, she referred to her little sister as “my baby” and spent many happy hours pushing her in a stroller,… → Read More

AAA report: Michigan gas prices drop another 20 cents from a week ago

Metro Detroiters were paying the least for gas over the weekend → Read More

Macomb County municipalities’ growing investments in the cannabis industry – Macomb Daily

Two small cities experiencing huge returns on cannabis industry investments → Read More

MCREST’s new women and children’s shelter is a ‘game changer’

New home provides women with the love, structure and stability needed to succeed → Read More

MCC Center Campus closed because of power outage

Numerous businesses and households lost power due to Thursday’s storm → Read More

Bald eagles provide birders with a majestic showing on election day

What was once an endangered species soars through the skies today → Read More

Rose Senior Living hosting car wash fundraiser

Need a car wash? How about a hot dog and a cold glass of lemonade? Rose Senior Living in Clinton Township will be washing cars, trucks, motorcycles or whatever pulls up in their driveway until 5 p.m. Cost is $5. That includes a car wash, lunch and the opportunity to help the senior living facility raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association of Michigan. Rose Senior Living facility is at 44003… → Read More

Michigan primary election results for Washington and Armada Township

Candidates looking to serve their northern Macomb County communities → Read More

A bird’s eye view of the polls during Michigan’s primary election – Macomb Daily

Tuesday’s primary election results expected to be as slow as the voter turnout → Read More

What to know before heading out to vote in Tuesday’s pimary election – Macomb Daily

If you’re at the correct polling station your name will appear on the voter registration list. → Read More

Roseville thrift store will give Vets Returning Home the support it needs

Grand opening to be held Aug. 9 at 1 p.m. → Read More

Gianna House fundraiser supports the mission started by Sister Diane

Women in need given a hand up, not a hand out at GH → Read More

Golf outing to raise funds for SANG’s Enlisted Heritage House – Macomb Daily

Historic home provides a safe place for military families to gather → Read More

Golf outing will raise funds to preserve SANG Enlisted Heritage House and its purpose

Historic home used for meetings, social gatherings and special events → Read More

Data shows thousands of wasted COVID-19 vaccine in Macomb County

Among the datasets that have been compiled during the pandemic are the COVID-19 vaccine waste rates. Since early 2021, more than 90,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been spoiled or expired and become unusable as health officials, healthcare providers and retailers in Macomb County raced to immunize residents against the virus. From Feb. 17, 2021 through June 30, 2022, a database provided by… → Read More

School supplies needed in Macomb to help homeless students

Spider-Man and Peppa Pig backpacks still on the hot list! → Read More

The Splendor of the East takes center stage at Stony Creek Metropark

SOE is a cultural explosion of sight, sound, light, color and expression → Read More

Drought conditions prompt DNR to issue fire safety warnings

We got a sprinkling of rain this week but not enough. Most areas of Macomb County are still very dry and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources is urging residents to make fire safety outdoors a high priority. “We are beginning to see seasonal drought conditions across much of the state. Intermittent rainfall in some areas hasn’t been enough to lessen those conditions,” Paul Rogers, fire… → Read More