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7 hrs ago | Battle Creek Enquirer
Do you remember playing with personality dolls when you were growing up? Do you have an interest in how personalities have been portrayed as dolls over the years? Then visit the Wonderful World of Personality Dolls which opens at the Art Center of Battle Creek on Friday, December 6 and continues through Saturday, January 4, 2014.
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11 hrs ago | Russia Taday
A police department in Battle Creek, Michigan is being sued by one former officer and two currently employed cops who say their superiors secretly installed a surveillance camera in the woman's locker at a local precinct.
12 hrs ago | Battle Creek Enquirer
The victim, 49, of Battle Creek, said he went with his former girlfriend, 48, and another woman, 40, to a residence on Frelinghuysen Avenue about 11 p.m. Saturday.
18 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
The planned eviction of a group of homeless people camping near an interstate interchange in Battle Creek has been delayed indefinitely.
A former English teacher at Loy Norrix High School was sentenced to five years probation Monday and ordered to pay restitution of more than $26,000 in a complicated welfare fraud case.
Cile Precetaj of Troy is emotional with her kids Migena Gojcaj, 6, and Martina Gojcaj, 4, on Monday as she prepares to be deported to Albania.
Battle Creek police reported the accident when the westbound freight train clipped the front of the truck as the driver was attempting to back off the tracks.
Michigan is close to enacting laws designed to crack down on the owners of blighted properties.
Tyson is on his "Undisputed Truth Tour," a one-man show directed by Spike Lee that "goes beyond the headlines, behind the scenes and between the lines to deliver a must-see theatrical knockout."
During the month of November, Davis C-Stores in Battle Creek provided an opportunity for their customers to purchase selected personal care items for the Food Bank of South Central Michigan.
The trumpet has taken Chris Jaudes across the world, but twice a year he visits Michigan to play with the Brass Band of Battle Creek.
Battalion Chief Howard Holt said Tuesday firefighters interviewed the children, both under 10 years old, and they admitted they were playing with a lighter on the back porch of the building at 25 1 2 Warren Street.