Early this month, recall language was resubmitted for Albion’s Mayor Garrett Brown; the petition language says that the recall is sought due to Brown’s alleged mistreatment of Albion City Manager Sheryl Mitchell, and because it recently came to light that Brown had a personal protection order filed against him by a resident for alleged stalking.
Wonder is introduced and sold as a movie about a boy who has a condition that makes him the target of stares, whispers and oftentimes outright bullying. But, that doesn't tell the whole story; not even close.
Based on a best-selling book, Wonder goes beyond expectations, and manages to spell out a powerful message without pushing the film and narrative into annoying territory.
A driver has now died, a week and a half after their car rolled over in Calhoun County.
The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office says Friday that the accident took place on November 4, on M-60 near 10 ½ Mile Rd. in Burlington Township; deputies found a vehicle that had flipped over several times and landed on its side in a field.
The Battle Creek City Commission will be meeting again on Tuesday, and they have a few items of note on their agenda.
According to the agenda, one item that will be up for a vote is a deal to finally sell the land the vacant Michigan State Police post sits on, at the corner of Columbia Ave. and LaVista Blvd.
A former teacher and high school basketball coach at the Portage Public Schools has now been sentenced to probation for misconduct with a student.
Cory McNeal appeared in Kalamazoo County Court Wednesday, and was sentenced to two years after pleading guilty to felonious assault.
Battle Creek’s Mayor and Vice Mayor have now been selected, in a split vote by the City Commission Tuesday night.
The City says that after the swearing in of commissioners, Mark Behnke was chosen to serve as mayor with a 5-4 vote, with Dave Walters getting picked as Vice Mayor 6-3.
The Battle Creek Fire Department says that they were called to the first block of Fremont Plc. around 9pm Monday, and found the home consumed with flames. Firefighters fought the blaze for three hours, but the building was completely destroyed.
Starting Wednesday, November 15, we’ll be seeing on and off closures of a portion of Jackson St. on Battle Creek’s west side.
The City says that Jackson between Bedford and Stringham Roads will need to be worked on so upgrades can be made to a 48-inch sanitary sewer interceptor pipe, which feeds to the Waste Water Treatment Plant on West River Rd
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