BALDWIN Twp. - The township’s two medical marijuana facilities were recently issued commercial facility permits to sell adult-use or recreational marijuana, and Zoning Administrator Mike Falle said it’s a good thing for the Baldwin Township’s downtown area.
LANSING – Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently signed a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Veterinary Services regarding th…
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MichiganVotes.org is a free, non-partisan website created by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy to provide concise, non-partisan, plain-English descriptions of every bill and vote in the Michigan House and Senate. This report was released Friday, Feb. 14.
Ingham County voters will see a six-year, 0.5 mill tax measure on the March 10 ballot that, if passed, would fund the Potter Park Zoo.
DETROIT, Feb. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings, Inc. (AAM), (NYSE: AXL) will participate in the Wolfe Global Autos Conference on February 25. Starting at 8:50 a.m. ET, David C. Dauch, AAM's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, will discuss recent business developments.
The Michigan House unanimously passed legislation intended to update auto vehicles' weight standards so light truck and auto-certified mechanics could repair vehicles with a gross weight between 10,000 and 13,999 pounds.
DETROIT, Feb. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Detroit Regional Convention Facility Authority (DRCFA) announced that on February 3, 2020 it defeased $25,150,000 of its outstanding debt which will save the state's taxpayers $17,016,000 over the life of the bonds. Since its inception in 2009, the DRCFA has saved Michigan taxpayers an estimated $108.6 million through effective management of financial resources. DRCFA is reporting strong financial progress for the world-class TCF Center in downtown Detroit with a focus toward becoming a self-sustaining facility by 2024. Images available at tcfcenterdetroit.com.
OSCODA – A single-story residence in Oscoda Township was damaged by fire, just after noon on Jan. 15.
PLAINFIELD Twp. – Kelly Lee Pollard, 47, Standish, was arrested by Michigan State Police (MSP) troopers on the evening of Feb. 3, in Plainfield Township.
OSCODA – The Oscoda Township Police Department (OTPD) was dispatched to a single-vehicle crash, shortly after 4 p.m. on Jan. 28.
WHITTEMORE – Sometimes in high school wrestling, the smallest things can lead to big consequences. Whittemore-Prescott, hosting a Division 4 team district on Thursday, narrowly edged Mio in the semi-finals 34-31 and took down Oscoda 48-24 in the championship to claim its second straight dist…
TAWAS CITY – The Tawas Area wrestling team made the trip south to Shepherd on Saturday for a Division 3 individual district meet. Six different Braves won matches on the day and sophomore Luka…
POSEN – The celebration will have to wait for now. Hale, playing a North Star League Little Dipper game at Posen on Tuesday, Feb. 11 had a chance to clinch their fourth straight conference cha…
TAWAS CITY – With the regular season winding down, the Tawas Area boys basketball team just secured what was perhaps its signature win of the season Friday night.
WHITTEMORE – Whittemore-Prescott trailed by as much as 12 points in its home North Star League Big Dipper game with Mio Friday night. The Cardinals stormed back to pull within three and even h…
Discussing mental health has become less taboo in modern culture than it used to be before, and that openness is now also crossing over into the workplace. However, many organizations still seem to be falling behind on this trend. From unrealistic, demanding deadlines to heavy workloads and long hours to even shifting performance priorities, there’s often never a shortage of stress at work.
On Jan. 14, Community Health published story titled "No More Body Shaming" that contained quotes from a source who levied unfounded allegations of impropriety against White Rock Montessori school in Dallas. Allegations that White Rock Montessori condoned or allowed instances of body shaming against students, and is now retaliating against the children of parents who raise such issues with the school, are unsubstantiated and solely the opinion of the source quoted in the story. Community Health apologizes to White Rock Montessori for any harm that has come to its reputation and its business as a respected educational institute as a result of the statements contained in the story.
It’s tax season once again, and stress levels are high. While you are plunging away those numbers and stressing about refunds and payments to the IRS, there are ways you can keep those anxieties under control.
As families come face to face with medical requirements every school year, the country is feeling the effects of a vaccine resistance movement that’s been decades in the making. In a climate of fake news and ever-growing misinformation that is spread online, it can be hard to decipher the false information from the truth. That’s why Facebook is taking a stand.
Whether you’re hitting the online slot machines in Las Vegas, racing in an old-school video games like “Mario Kart,” or having an augmented experience on your cellphone via “Pokemon Go,” internet gaming is just about everywhere these days.
EAST TAWAS – The first rehearsal for Huron Shores Chorus’ annual spring program was held Sunday, Feb. 16 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Tawas Area Presbyterian Church, East Tawas.
TAWAS CITY – Tawas Masonic Lodge No. 274 will be selling pasties beginning at 10 a.m. this Saturday, Feb. 22, to help raise funds for Tawas Area Cub Scouts Pack No. 3911.