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* A man was arrested after his girlfriend, 34, said she was punched in the face in the first block of Harrison Street about 3:33 a.m. Wednesday.
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People re-entering society from the criminal justice system have to be supported, Wayne County Circuit Judge Deborah Thomas said in Battle Creek this week.
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The Kari Lynch Band is closing up the Vibe@5 series at 5 p.m. Friday at Friendship Park in downtown Battle Creek.
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Troyston Ramos, a composer working out of Portland, Ore., recently released a digital single for sale called "Yellow."
9 hrs ago | Battle Creek Enquirer
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency and the Michigan Army National Guard will host two public meetings next week to discuss the possibility of a missile-defense mission coming to Fort Custer.
The city of Battle Creek will spend nearly $2.4 million to address long-term flooding issues along Minges Creek as officials move forward with the Big Marsh Drain project.
BATTLE CREEK, Mich.,- A much-loved outdoor education center in Dowling, MI will remain open for at least another year.
The day after she buried her baby, Billy Joe Smith watched as her former boyfriend was charged with the child's murder.
The 1033 program is the initiative which has allowed the Defense Department to transfer billions of dollars worth of excess and unneeded military equipment to local law enforcement agencies since the program began in 1997.
* One person was arrested for resisting police and domestic violence after officers were called by a 42-year-old woman to the 200 block of Ridgemoor Avenue about 7:03 p.m. Friday.
Ganton Senior Communities recently presented a check for $3,018.91 to the Battle Creek Miles for Memory from funds related to the organizations June golf outing.
Very few people have lived lives as interesting as Grand Ledge photographer Ernst Floeter.
A national study on hunger and food insecurity that included research on an eight-county area in south central Michigan, points to high need and continued struggles to balance food issues with other basic needs.
Elizabeth Markham of Battle Creek may have been simply chatting with a nurse Aug. 1 during a home visit, but the mom knew it was going to improve the lives of her and her baby.
Visits will include Old Havana, the Vinales Valley, and the Santo Tomas Cavern. The trip will cost approximately $3,650.
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Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 06:14 pm
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