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2 hrs ago | MLive.com
After more than a decade in the music biz, performing and recording under various monikers and with many groups, Bay City's resident pop songster Andy Reed is releasing a retrospective of his more obscure tunes. "Oddities and Entities" comprises 22 songs from across Reed's musical career .
6 hrs ago | MLive.com
Carl McCleskey says he tossed and turned for two months trying to figure out just how to pose one of his latest creations - a bronze sculpture of Rotary founder Paul Harris that is to be unveiled Tuesday, Sept. 16, during a ceremony outside the Pere Marquette Depot in downtown Bay City.
8 hrs ago | MLive.com
Two Bay City cousins have admitted in open court to accosting three black men, harassing them specifically for the color of their skin. William J. Cornelius Jr. , 23, on Monday, Sept.
9 hrs ago | MLive.com
Trial dates are set for a Bay City man alleged to have stalked his ex-girlfriend and posted nude photos of her to Facebook. The trial of Chad A. Monroe , 34, is scheduled to begin with jury selection before Bay County Chief Circuit Judge Kenneth W. Schmidt on Tuesday, Sept.
11 hrs ago | MLive.com
O'Hares owner Peter Schuster says the painting of a nude woman is just one of the treasures he's kept since becoming owner in 2011. "I've been offered $30,000 for that picture, and it'll never leave," he said.
14, at The Grand Banquet and Conference Center, 660 W. Hampton Road, in Hampton Township. Organizers are hoping to sell at least 575 tickets to the event.
It was April 25, 1964, and 18 music teachers gathered at First Congregational Church in Bay City to discuss the idea of forming an association. Led by Sarah Gustin, Esther Rosecrans, Polly Lake, Mildred Halstead and Joan Koch, the group became the Bay County Music Teachers Association on Oct. 20, 1964.
Today, I'm happy to announce that on Tuesday, Sept. 16, a sculpture of Paul Harris - the man who founded Rotary in Chicago back in 1905 - is to be unveiled at Bay City's Rotary Park, located outside the historic Pere Marquette Depot at 1000 Adams St. The bronze sculpture is the work of Georgia artist Carl McCleskey, who also created the bronze sculpture of the boy and girl reading on a stack of books that sits outside the Alice & Jack Wirt Public Library in downtown Bay City.
"Mr. Golden Sunshine, please shine down on me," sang staff of the Bay City Academy as gray skies gave way to patches of blue and the sun indeed began shinning down on the third annual Great Lakes Bay Moms Kids' Block Party. Although volunteers and visitors are clad in winter coats, hats and gloves, they aren't letting a little cold weather dampen their spirits.
Saginaw's city leaders are taking a look at efforts to offer bicyclists and pedestrians a trail winding along both banks of the Saginaw River. Tom Miller Jr., a local business owner and Saginaw Future employee, provided an update on the progress of pathway plans during the Monday, Sept.
11, at the State Theatre, 913 Washington St. in downtown Bay City. The theme of this year's fundraiser for the State Theatre is "Under the Big Tops."
Nearly five months after being arraigned on nine criminal counts, a Saginaw man investigators say bilked nearly $9 million from investors in a large-scale Ponzi scheme is due in court. The preliminary examination of Joel I. Wilson, 32, is to begin at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Sept.
Great Lakes Bay Moms is set to host its third annual Kids' Block Party from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13 in downtown Bay City.
For long-time Bay Area businessman James "Jimmie" Dobson, his legacy comes in the form of a pristine antique fire truck now used to transport fallen firefighters from Michigan and Ontario to their final resting place. Dobson, 85, donated the 1937 Seagrave Safety Sedan Pumper in the mid-2000s to the the Detroit Firemen's Fund Association.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 04:36 pm
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