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Detroit may sweeten bankruptcy deal with real estate to persuade creditor t

City attorneys are in private talks this weekend about giving away some of its assets — including possibly Coleman A. Young Municipal Airport — to settle with a holdout creditor on the eve of a landmark bankruptcy trial, sources told…Read Story

  • Police in Mich. testing bodycams, but cost and privacy issues raise concern

    As national pressure grows for police to use body cameras more widely, departments across Metro Detroit are studying the feasibility and cost of the miniature recording devices. View

    Brought to you by: www.detnews.com on Aug 30 at 01:00
  • Troy parish gets new pastor to replace priest charged with embezzlement

    Detroit Catholic Archbishop Allen Vigneron has selected Monsignor Thomas Rice, a Warren parish priest, to become full-time pastor of St. Thomas More Parish in Troy. View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 30 at 00:12
  • Holiday patrols

    MARQUETTE - The Michigan State Police Office of Highway Safety Planning is reminding travelers to wear their seat belts and drive sober this Labor Day weekend. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 30 at 00:00
  • Consumer sentiment on the rise

    WASHINGTON - U.S. consumer sentiment ticked up in August, driven by greater optimism about jobs, rising incomes, and increasing wealth. Yet the increase largely occurred among higher-income groups. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 30 at 00:00
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  • Council interviews attorney candidates

    ISHPEMING - The Ishpeming City Council voted unanimously to eliminate one of the five candidates for city attorney after the candidate was unable to attend his scheduled interview this week. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 30 at 00:00
  • Blues Fest

    Journal photos by Elizabeth Bailey. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 30 at 00:00
  • A little library

    ALPENA - Girl Scout Cadet Sydney Mecheau earned the highest achievement for a junior high student when she finished installing a Little Free Library near the entrance of the breakwall at the Alpena Small Boat Harbor on Friday. View

    Brought to you by: www.thealpenanews.com on Aug 30 at 00:00
  • DHD No. 4 discontinuing home health care program

    District Health Department No. 4 will discontinue its home health care services after several years of losing money on the program. View

    Brought to you by: www.thealpenanews.com on Aug 30 at 00:00
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  • Ballard, Levin expected at celebration

    ALPENA - The Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary will be having a celebration Sept. 6 to recognize the accomplishments of the sanctuary as it anticipates an expansion to increase protection of the Great Lakes and their rich history. View

    Brought to you by: www.thealpenanews.com on Aug 30 at 00:00
  • Community day to feature free boat tours

    ALPENA - The Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Alpena Shipwreck Tours will be having a community appreciation day Sept. 6. View

    Brought to you by: www.thealpenanews.com on Aug 30 at 00:00
  • Volunteers still needed for deluge damage cleanup

    Local volunteers are still needed and will supplement the efforts of national organizations that brought in around 50 full-time volunteers, many from North Carolina, Alexander said. View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 21:20
  • Michigan State graduate teaching assistants protest health care hikes

    Dozens of Michigan State University graduate teaching assistants and their supporters staged a demonstration this morning to protest changes to the health insurance plan offered to graduate employees. View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 20:30
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  • Stepmom of boy found in basement allowed visitation with younger children

    The stepmother of a boy found barricaded in the basement of his Detroit home June 25 can have supervised visitation with her two children through Monday a judge ruled today. View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 20:04
  • Detroit police arrest 30 in response to believed gang activity on east side

    Detroit Police officials promised a gang crackdown in honor of a slain young woman who died Wednesday in a hail of bullets. View

    Brought to you by: www.detnews.com on Aug 29 at 19:51
  • 9 Labor Day events to check out this weekend

    Metro Detroit events happening this weekend. View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 18:50
  • Naked groper attacks woman, 30, along Battle Creek jogging path

    The woman, 30, said she was running on a jogging path near Riverside Drive and Golden Avenue at Riverside School about 9:40 p.m. Wednesday when she was assaulted. View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 18:46
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  • Michigan First Credit Union starts new mortgage company

    The new mortgage company is headquartered in Waterford with offices in Lansing and Brighton and a future office in Grand Rapids. View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 18:38
  • Neighbors recount Lapeer dog attack and attempt to save jogger

    — The first people who tried to help a Livonia man during a fatal July 23 attack by two dogs testified Friday how they desperately attempted to stop his bleeding while at the same time fending off the animals with… View

    Brought to you by: www.detnews.com on Aug 29 at 16:59
  • Poll: 82% say firms running charters must give full financial disclosure

    Eighty-two percent of respondents believe that for-profit management firms that run charter schools should be required to fully and publicly explain how they spend all tax dollars received, according to a new poll. The poll shows that 88% favor legislation… View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 15:21
  • Charter school group: Let us set up a peer-review system for authorizers

    The commission would evaluate any authorizer that voluntary joins on nine criteria and give it one of three grades - accredited, accredited with conditions or not accredited. The commission would recommend the not-accredited institutions be suspended by the state from… View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 15:20
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  • Man arrested in Palmer Park shooting death

    Police have arrested a man who allegedly shot his partner, burned down their house to hide the evidence, and then shot two transgender women near Palmer Park. View

    Brought to you by: www.detnews.com on Aug 29 at 15:17
  • Teen killed in Muskegon County crash; one arrested

    A teen is dead and another is seriously injured after a crash in Whitehall on Thursday afternoon. View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 15:06
  • Detroit police arrest man in Palmer Park shooting death

    Police have arrested a suspect in the fatal shooting of a 42-year-old man in the parking lot of a Detroit splash park. View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 14:52
  • Plymouth man scarfs 17 Coneys, wins eating contest for charitable cause

    Teams from the Detroit Police and Detroit Fire departments faced off today in the 4th annual American Coney Island Coney Eating Challenge to see who could eat the most coney dogs. A separate coney dog eating contest was held for… View

    Brought to you by: www.freep.com on Aug 29 at 14:27

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