City to increase focus on sidewalk plowing
City commissioners buried in residents' complaints about unplowed sidewalks took little warmth from efforts to increase enforcement of snow removal requirements for property owners.Continued ...
- Interlochen Wendy's robbed; man arrested
- Interlochen Wendy's subject of armed robbery
- TCAPS reviews Cousins
- City to increase focus on sidewalk plowing
Naked man fights officers, sending 3 to hospital
Lansing-area authorities say a naked man who was wandering around a street fought with police officers, sending three of them to the hospital.Continued ...
- Scientists test ideas in bird botulism outbreaks
- One-stop licensing system little used
- Few abortions covered with insurance in Michigan
- Naked man fights officers, sending 3 to hospital
To the University of Michigan’s C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor for stepping forward to offer free open-heart surgery for Nguyen Duyen, a Vietnamese exchange student.Continued ...
- Letters to the Editor: 12/09/2013
- Editorial: Outside smoking exposes workers to danger
- Editorial: Demand a say on abortion bill
- Cheers: 12/09/2013
- Opinion Poll
Local MSU fans revel in Big 10 title
Rob DeLonge lost his voice on Saturday and by Sunday night it still hadn’t returned. A fair trade off for a Big 10 football championship, as far as he was concerned.Continued ...
- Hounds complete sweep of Firehawks
- Local Bowling Scores: 12/09/2013
- Midwest Junior Hockey League Standings: 12/09/2013
- Local MSU fans revel in Big 10 title
Federal Farm Bill frustration boiling over
Frank Lipinski farmed in northern Michigan land since 1952. Lipinski, 79, watched booms and busts blow through the region. He’s survived too little rain, too much rain and saw the nation’s agricultural landscape transform from one dominated by small family farms to big agri-business.Continued ...
- Two on the Town turns 30
- SCORE: Should you seek a patent?
- Business in Brief: 12/08/2013
- Federal Farm Bill frustration boiling over