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Battle Creek’s Secretary of State Office Is Moving To Beckley Rd.
The office on Capital Ave. SW will be closed from March 25 to March 29, as they move from that location to one out on Beckley Rd.
Man Stabbed During Fight In Battle Creek As Neighbor Fires ‘Warning Shot’
Around 4:35pm Wednesday, the 34-year-old victim had been approached by an unknown man in the first block of Kellogg St. in the Urbandale area. The suspect allegedly initiated a fight
MI Rep. Matt Hall Introduces Resolution To Rebuke Green New Deal
On Wednesday, Republic Rep. Matt Hall from Emmett Township says his House Resolution 41 was approved by the House Energy Committee 9-7.
Training For Disaster Volunteers Offered In Battle Creek
The Battle Creek Police Department and the Battle Creek Emergency Services will be offering Community Emergency Response Team training, to educate community members and organize them into a team of volunteers.
High School Students For 2019 Japanese Exchange Program Sought
In the program, high school families will host students from Takasaki from July 21-31, and then all of the students will depart for Takasaki City with Battle Creek students returning home after 10 days.
Battle Creek Woman Sentenced For Avoiding Taxes On Stolen Money
As odd as it might sound, according to the IRS you are required to report income gained through illegal activities.
Second Tattoo Shop Heading To Downtown Battle Creek
Cereal City has now purchased the building at 46 W Michigan Ave. next to the Griffin Grill & Pub in downtown, that formerly housed Pearlman's Jewelers.
Model and Prop Maker Moves Into Downtown Battle Creek
The latest business to open downtown is The Replica Forge’s Design Studio, which is now operating at 68 E. Michigan Ave.
Calhoun County Seasonal Road Restrictions In Effect Starting Saturday
During this period, trucks traveling on "restricted" roads in Calhoun County need to travel slower, and carry loads 35% lighter than usual.
Battle Creek Woman Faces Charges After Abandoning ‘Vicious’ Dogs
The incident happened in late February, where a witness saw a woman pull up in her car on Hannah St. on Battle Creek’s east side and then release two dogs before driving away.