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Sterling Heights, the second largest suburb of Detroit, is known for its events. These events include the Memorial Day Parade, Sterlingfest, and the American-Polish Festival. The American-Polish festival usually has a large turnout, as there is a significant Polish population in the area. Notable residents of Sterling Heights have included rapper Eminem (Marshall Mathers) and rock singer Bob Seger, who shared his backyard with the drummer of his band, The Silver Bullet Band.

Population: 124471
Local Newspapers: Sterling Heights Sentry Sterling Heights Source
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Fury (AFL) Detroit Lions (NFL) Detroit Pistons (NBA) Detroit Red Wings (NHL) Detroit Shock (WNBA) Detroit Tigers (MLB)
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Zip Codes associated with sterling heights, michigan: 48310 48312 48313 48314
Towns/Cities near sterling heights, michigan : Clinton Township Fraser Warren Clawson Troy Utica Shelby Township St Clair Shores

Sterling Heights News
The Latest: Coast Guard: 40-plus people rescued in Michigan

Malcolm Poorman, 7, looks on as emergency personnel rescue a stranded motorist at an apartment complex on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018, in Niles, Mich.

Sterling, county announce plan to expedite Mound fix

The path to fixing Mound Road - at least temporarily - took a shortcut, thanks to coordination from Sterling Heights officials, Macomb County and the governor, according to a Feb. 21 press conference. Outside Srodek's Quality Polish Food, along Mound, south of 18 Mile Road, Sterling Heights Mayor Michael Taylor joined Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel to announce a joint effort to resurface a few miles of the road in Sterling Heights.

Psych testing ordered for Vernest Griffin, charged in workplace shooting spree

Pontiac's 50th District Judge Michael Martinez has ordered psychological testing for the Sterling Heights man charged in a Feb. 1 workplace shooting spree that left two dead. Vernest James Griffin, 45, will have a forensic evaluation to determine his competency to stand trial in the death of Eriberto "Eddie" Perez, 58, who was gunned down at Aluminum Blanking, Inc. in Pontiac where he had worked for 15 years.

Rezoning proposed for former Liberty Park land

The possible rezoning of industrially zoned property east of Mound Road and north of 14 Mile Road could produce a new development at what used to be a sports complex. During a Feb. 6 Sterling Heights City Council meeting, the City Council voted unanimously to introduce a conventional rezoning of a section of land on the former Liberty Park of America sports complex site from M-1 light industrial to M-2 heavy industrial.

Heavy Rains Bring Detroit-Area Flooding

People who live in a community north of Detroit are being asked to reduce their water following several days of rain and flooding. Aerial views of the Clinton River in Sterling Heights shows high water under bridges and close to homes.

Flood Watch remains in effect until Wednesday

The Rouge River overflows its banks and floods a park in Northville, Mich., on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. Most of Southeast Michigan is under a flood watch until Wednesday night.

Yokohama Geolandar A/T spec'd OE on Ram 1500

FCA U.S. L.L.C. has spec'd a 17-inch version of the Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 as an OE fitment on the 2018 Ram 1500 full-size pickup sold in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. FCA displayed the redesigned and re-engineered 2019 model-year version of the Ram1500 at the at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January.

Sterling Heights abortion protesters convicted of trespassing

Four abortion protesters were convicted Friday of trespassing and sentenced to two years non-reporting probation for invading a Sterling Heights abortion clinic during what they called a "red rose rescue." Convicted by a three-man, three-woman jury following a one-day trial Thursday and about one hour of deliberations were Monica M. Miller, director of the Citizens for a Pro-life Society and a Madonna University theology professor, Will Goodman of Wisconsin, Matthew Connolly of Minnesota and Abby McIntyre of Indiana.

Corruption figure Rizzo asks to be let out of jail pending sentencing

Chuck Rizzo Jr. hopes a judge will let him out of jail to help his attorneys prepare for his sentencing next month. FILE PHOTO: Trash haulers from the Rizzo Environmental Services company on M-59 in Macomb County.

Nexen Tire Supplies Original Equipment Tires for Fca Us LLC

SEOUL, South Korea, Feb. 14: Nexen Tire, a leading global tire manufacturer, announced that it will be supplying original equipment tires for the all-new 2019 Ram 1500 pickup truck manufactured by FCA US LLC. The all-new 2019 Ram 1500 becomes the benchmark for durability, technology, efficiency and convenience with features never before offered in a pickup and is built at the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan. Nexen Tire's 'Rodian HTX RH5,' specifically designed for Sports Utility Vehicles and Light Tactical Vehicles, offers an excellent ride experience and great handling on- and off-road.

County presents proposal to redevelop drain area

Macomb County officials were eager to spill details on a county recreation proposal that could redevelop the area around a Sterling Heights drain. During a Feb. 6 Sterling Heights City Council meeting, Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Candice Miller helped give a presentation about a plan to turn the surrounding area of the Sterling Relief Drain into linear park space with a trail, additional trees and more.

Stagecrafters to bring - Bug' to life

Stagecrafters will present "Bug," a psychological thriller written by Tracy Letts that is known for "getting under your skin" with its dark subject matter, including some graphic violence, gore and drug use, on its 2nd Stage Feb. 23-March 4. Director Rachel Keown said the entire show takes place in a "nasty" motel room and focuses on the downward spiral of Agnes, a divorced waitress with a troubled past, and Peter, a drifter who deserted his Army post, into a world of mania and psychosis. The title of the production stems from when the pair discover welts on their bodies, which they suspect to be from a bug infestation of a "sinister" nature.

Publishing & Industry News

The 2018 American Library Association Midwinter meeting returned to Denver for the fourth time since 1982, offering attendees a range of programming from high-name-recognition speakers to a controversial President's Program to a lively assortment of forward-looking symposia sponsored by the Center for the Future of Libraries. Following more than a year of preparation and testing, the Library and Information Resources Network has implemented Muse Proxy for its member libraries.

Oakland County man wins $335K on Fast Cash lottery game

A 58-year-old man from Oakland County says his retirement looks a lot better after he won $335,366 playing the Michigan State Lottery's Fast Cash 20X the Cash instant game. The lucky winner bought his ticket at the Sterling Square Liquor and Wine, located at 33870 Dequindre Road in Sterling Heights.

FCA plan to produce more in Detroit has ripples

Ram heavy-duty pickups move down the line in Mexico. Supplier investment likely will accompany the move to the U.S. FCA US' plan to spend $1 billion to move production of its heavy-duty Ram pickup out of Mexico has big economic implications for Detroit.

Undie Run is wedged indoors due to Arctic cold

Fred Chaney, 65, of Swartz Creek, puts on his costume as he portrays "Ooga Booga," as hundreds of patrons participate in Cupid's Undie Run at The Fillmore in Detroit, Saturday afternoon, February 10, 2018, to raise money for Neurofibromatosis. The annual run in downtown Detroit was cancelled because of safety concerns due to inclement weather, but underwear-clad patrons participate in a dance contest on stage and do pushups on the dance floor for the annual event.

Crowdfunding campaign exceeds $350,000 to help Detroit man with 21-mile walk for work

James Robertson, 56, of Detroit talks to the press after getting into his free 2015 Ford Taurus from Suburban Ford in Sterling Heights, Mich., on Friday, Feb, 6, 2015, following a Detroit Free Press story of Robertson's dedication and journey on his daily 21 mile walk to and from work. DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES DETROIT - An online fundraiser has collected more than $350,000 for a Detroit man who says he walks 21 miles to and from his job in the suburbs.

Neighbors help each other clear the snow

Winter Weather Advisory issued February 9 at 6:55PM EST expiring February 10 at 12:00AM EST in effect for: Livingston, Macomb, Oakland Winter Storm Warning issued February 9 at 6:55PM EST expiring February 10 at 12:00AM EST in effect for: Lenawee, Monroe, Washtenaw, Wayne Winter Weather Advisory issued February 9 at 1:59PM EST expiring February 10 at 12:00AM EST in effect for: Livingston, Macomb, Oakland Winter Weather Advisory issued February 9 at 1:59PM EST expiring February 10 at 12:00AM EST in effect for: Genesee, Lapeer, Saint Clair, Shiawassee Winter Storm Watch issued February 8 at 3:44AM EST expiring February 10 at 12:00AM EST in effect for: Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Washtenaw, Wayne Winter Storm Watch issued February 8 at 3:44AM EST expiring February 10 at 12:00AM EST in effect for: Genesee, Lapeer, Saint Clair, Shiawassee With the large amounts of snow ... (more)

Sawyer inauguration begins new chapter at MCC

At first, new Macomb Community College President James Sawyer was uncomfortable with the idea of an inauguration in his honor. But after discussions with college staff and community members, he appreciated the chance to celebrate the school's faculty and students, and to highlight the next phase for the college.

Horrorcore rappers Twiztid created their own pop culture convention and it's happening this weekend

For Jamie Spaniolo and Paul Methric, the dream of creating their own pop culture convention took root at the tender age of 13. It was then that they attended a Star Trek convention and thus began years of study, which would eventually lead to the conception of Astronomicon. Spaniolo and Methric are also known by their horrorcore monikers Jamie Madrox and Monoxide, and you may them better as simply Twiztid.

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