Siusan O'Rourke and Zig Zeitler host a CD release party March 14 at Bay City's State Theatre
Siusan O'Rourke and Zig Zeitler may own a music conservatory in Saginaw, but the duo doesn't typically perform in the area, opting instead to give their stage to other musicians.
Bay City man charged with threat of terrorism: Top stories from Wednesday, Feb. 26
A 39-year-old Bay City man is facing some serious charges after police allege he caused a ruckus at the Bay County Friend of the Court offices and threatened to kill three people.
Mother Nature delays opening of new indoor sports complex in Bay County
A giant white bubble has sprouted from the farm fields just west of Auburn, but Mother Nature is preventing it from being opened to the public.
Essexville man working to bring Women's Professional Lumberjack festival to Bay County in June
Though for most people, the word 'lumberjack' conjures images of a bearded, flannel-wearing fraternity, Essexville resident Matt de Heus sees something a little different.
Family Dollar opens fifth Bay County store, grand opening set for Feb. 13 in Bangor Township
Family Dollar has opened its fifth location in Bay County and a grand opening celebration is planned on Thursday, Feb. 13. The Matthews, N.C.-based discount store opened the doors at 950 N. Euclid Ave. in Bangor Township on Thursday, Feb. 6., in the former location of Dollar Daze, another dollar store chain.
SVSU administrator Mark Potts, Republican candidate for 98th District, drops out of race
The 98th District includes the city of Midland and Larkin, Lincoln, Homer, Midland, Lee and Jerome townships in Midland County and the cities of Pinconning and Auburn and Gibson, Mount Forest, Pinconning, Garfield, Fraser, Beaver and Williams townships in Bay County.
American Family Association of Michigan places automated phone calls...
Gary Glenn, president of the American Family Association of Michigan, speaks against a proposed ordinance extending anti-discrimination protection to include sexual orientation and gender identity on Tuesday, Jan. 7. The committee voted to send the ordinance to the county's Board of Commissioners the following week.
Downtown Bay City businesses enjoy influx of customers during 'Indulge' event
Blessed with blue skies and no snow, downtown Bay City merchants had a sweet day of sales on Saturday, Feb. 8, as shoppers turned out in large numbers for the annual "Indulge" event.