Battle Creek Police officers responded to the C-Store at the corner of Columbia Ave. and 20th St, where the suspect vehicle was located; at the scene, police found a 31-year-old man and 34-year-old woman, along with stolen property.
The City of Battle Creek is now considering a few options to replace a retaining wall at City Hall in downtown.
In the city’s December newsletter, officials say that the wall surrounding the building has suffered water damage, which was discovered after engineers were brought in to investigate a chunk of the façade that fell off of City Hall’s west entrance.
Portage Public Safety Officers had been called to the C Store on Centre Ave. around 7:30am Sunday, to find an unoccupied vehicle that crashed into a gas pump; witnesses said the driver had fled on foot, and officers located the 17-year-old driver a short time later on Angling Rd.
The Battle Creek City Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved the application by business founders Jackie and Jesse Westover, to open up shop at 98 W. Michigan Ave.
Last month, the city planning commission found that the parlor would be “harmonious” with the city’s Master Plan, which emphasizes the promotion of “diverse” businesses in the downtown area.
Emmett Township Department of Public Safety investigators are asking for the public’s help in determining what started two fires last weekend. The EDPS says that the two fires are suspicious, and took place only two miles apart.
Calhoun County Deputy Clerk of Elections Terri Loew says Thursday morning that on Wednesday, the Clerk's Office received a letter from Petitioner Tom Lowe. In the letter, Lowe says that he was "satisfied" with Sonya Brown's side of the story, regarding her alleged treatment of City Manager Cheryl Mitchell.
A Calhoun County man is awaiting arraignment on several charges after he allegedly became sexually involved with a 14-year-old, and fought with police.
The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office says that around 10am December 4, deputies were notified that a 14-year-old girl had gone missing from her home in Homer Township.
A new partnership between Battle Creek’s Lifecare Ambulance Service and Western Michigan University’s Homer Stryker School of Medicine has now been announced.
In a press conference Wednesday, Lifecare CEO Ron Slagell said that the two organizations have come together to establish an annual Emergency Medical Services fellowship.
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