FAMILY AFFAIR

Pictured left to right sorting through the pumpkins at their parent’s produce stand are Paul, Evan, Sarah, and Melissa Rudich. The Rudich family has owned Mary’s Garden on 26 Mile Road in Washington Township for 18 years. The stand closed for the season last weekend and will reopen on May (more…)

Council reluctant to commit

BY LARRY SOBCZAK EDITOR The Romeo Village Council appeared to express cold feet about joining Bruce Township in creating a new cable TV public access channel in Romeo and Bruce Township. On Monday, Oct. 16, the Romeo Village Council deliberated signing a non-binding letter of intent with Bruce Township to (more…)

Obrecht questions law firm contract

BY STACY SOBOTKA Bruce Township Treasurer Deborah Obrecht questioned the legality of a new attorney contract and related bills at the Bruce Township Board of Trustees meeting Oct. 18. Obrecht explained that on June 30, Supervisor Richard Cory and Clerk Susan Brockmann entered into a formal contract with law firm (more…)

Replacement photo is missing

Township officials are looking for the second veterans’ memorial dedication photograph. (File photo by Stacy Sobotka) A second photograph commemorating the dedication of the Bruce Township’s Veterans’ Memorial is missing. The photo was reported missing from the township hall at 9:15 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19 through an email sent (more…)

PLAYOFF CHANCES

The Romeo team’s sidelines celebrating after a touchdown. (Photo by Mike Nicley) The Romeo High School varsity football team won its last regular season game held on Friday, Oct. 20 against Fraser High School, 35-20. At press time, it looks likely that Romeo will probably make the playoffs next weekend. (more…)

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

The Romeo High School Girls Varsity Volleyball Team lost against Eisenhower High School, 3-1, on Thursday, Oct. 19. Chole Holliday concentrates on the ball as she is getting to “bump” the ball for the next round of volleys. (Photo by Mike Nicley)   Kamryn Duffield sets up the play after (more…)