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Tonight: Kids Night At the Museum
They’re Back! First Congregational Church Hosting Roast Beef Dinner
Owosso Composite Squadron Visits Aviation School at Lansing Community College
Letter: Why I’m Supporting Mike Bloomberg for President of the United States
Shiawassee County Health Department Receives Perfect Score During Accreditation Review
More Than Ten Thousand Votes In Already; Shiawassee A-LIST Preliminary Round Ends Friday
Sheriff BeGole: Murder Suspect, Mark Latunski, Back In Jail After Medical Evaluation At Hospital
MSP: Murder Suspect, Mark Latunski, Hospitalized After Being Found Unresponsive
Railroad Days 2020 Princess Candidates Announced
Waldron Basketball Defeats Tekonsha At Home
FFA Junior High Conduct of Meetings Moves on to State
Celebrating With Samantha
Sheriff's Office Asks for Help Identifying Vehicle Used in Hillsdale B&E
Hillsdale County Sheriff Releases Activity Report for January 2020
Two years ago Josh Strickland purchased an antique chair that purportedly spent decades in the old Owosso Post Office. Today a photo was shared in the Historic Owosso Facebook group. In the photo, a man is sitting in a similar chair. While the thread attempts to figure out who is pictured and where in Owosso the photo was taken, one user suggests that it may have been in the old post office.
United Shore Financial Services of Pontiac has gotten approval from the city to build a one-thousand-foot-long bridge over South Boulevard to connect the company's headquarters to a building it purchased.
Cars that were used to film the movie "Ford v Ferrari" are on a three city tour. Peter Toundas, president of Championship Auto Shows says, "The Ford GT40 is an original race car. The Ferrari was fabricated for the movie to specs.
The Kalamazoo school board announced who they have chosen as the new superintendent. In a unanimous vote Wednesday night, they offered the position to Dr. Rita Raichoudhuri, from Chicago Public Schools.
The city of Battle Creek lifted its boil water advisory Thursday morning. In addition, water is now safe to drink in the cities of Springfield and Bedford, Emmett, Leroy and Pennfield townships.
An Arctic Fox was rescued near a high school in South Lyon Thursday afternoon. A call came in on a report of an injured dog in the area. The animal was taken to the Howell Nature Center for a check-up and care.
Crews were on the scene of a fire in Bay County. The fire occurred on Garfield Rd. between Linwood and Anderson. There is no word if there were any animals in the barn, the fire crew on scene said the building is a total loss.
A piece of concrete fell from a bridge off US-127 Wednesday. It happened around 8 a.m. near the Barnes Road overpass in Vevay Township. A woman, from Jackson, was driving northbound on US-127 when the concrete went through her windshield and hit her in the head.
The 2020 Census is offering new ways to participate in the census. This year you can sign up online, by mail or in person. The Kalkaska County Commission on Aging says the changes may pose problems for seniors.