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Bay City man, 60, who threatened neighbor with gun over $25 gets probation, no more jail
So long as he stays out of further trouble, a 60-year-old Bay City man police say barged into a neighbor's residence and threatened her with a loaded rifle over a $25 debt won't serve additional jail time.
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'Age is just a number': Saginaw attorney crowned Ms. Senior Michigan
It's never too late for health and wellness, it's never too late for law school and it's never too late to win a beauty pageant.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Landaal Packaging Systems breaking ground on $5 million addition in Bay City
Landaal Packaging Systems officials have announced plans to break ground on a $5 million expansion at the company's Delta Containers Division in Bay City.
Bay City Public Safety Officer Todd Armstrong awarded Officer of the Year; 4 others honored
From left, Lt. Caleb Rowell, Sgt. Kevin Klein, Officer Todd Armstrong, Officer Eric Sporman and Officer Brad Peter were honored Monday, July 21, for their exemplary work in the Bay City Public Safety Department.
Former Holiday Inn property in Bay City sells for $1.025 million; new owner plans total makeover
Following a sale on Auction.com , the former Holiday Inn and Three Palms Hotel property, 501 Saginaw St., sold for $1.025 million to Dante Bacall, a Michigan-based businessman who has holdings in a variety of real estate, including several hotels.
Saginaw man, 18, gets up to 20 years in prison for armed robbery at Bay City home
The second member of a Saginaw quartet that broke into a Bay City home and terrorized the resident and a guest in search of money and drugs has been sent to prison.
Four sites participating in 31st annual National Night Out in Bay City
Intended to get people outside, mingling with their neighbors and the police officers and firefighters who serve their community, the event is taking place from 5-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 5. Each satellite location is to feature its own attractions.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
A look back at how the Doubletree hotel and conference center came to Bay City
After 10 years in business, more than $19 million is still owed to pay off the development of the Doubletree hotel and conference center in downtown Bay City, including a $4 million loan from a former city economic development fund and $15.45 million in tax-exempt bonds.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
The Loft on Johnson consignment shop moving to downtown Bay City with new name this fall
The Loft on Johnson is closing its doors at the end of the month, but the popular resale and consignment shop isn't going away for good.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Historic marker erected in Frankenlust Township to remember Village of Amelith, St. John church
Attendees of a ceremony dedicating a new historic plaque remembered their ancestors, the Village of Amelith and the history of St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Bay City man charged with 3 misdemeanors stemming from having dog 'showing vicious tendencies'
A Bay City man is facing three misdemeanors after his pit bull mix dog had an alleged toothy encounter with a neighbor, something he disputes.
Bay City man accused of mowing lawn in the nude pleads no contest
A 62-year-old man police say mowed his lawn in the nude, in full-view of his neighbors, has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor.
Bay City police asking for public's help in locating serial flasher
Bay City police are seeking help in finding a man they say has publicly exposed his privates to strangers on numerous occasions.
'A Band of Songwriters' brings five troubadours together on ...
Music is an inherent unifier, a universal language bringing people together regardless of their stations.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Bay City man gets delayed sentence, must complete safety course in pellet gun case
A Bay City 20-year-old who pointed a pellet gun at a passing motorist won't have to serve incarceration time.
Downtown Bay City set to welcome shoppers to annual Sidewalk Days July 24-26
Here's something not to be missed - bargains on every corner and in between as Bay City merchants host the sale of the summer during the annual Downtown Bay City Sidewalk Days.
Skunked Bay City burglar pleads guilty to 2 felonies
A Bay City man dealt an immediate, and smelly, comeuppance by a skunk after burglarizing a shed has pleaded guilty to a pair of felonies.
Trial for Bay City middle school teacher accused of having sex with student adjourned for 2nd time
A Bay City middle school teacher accused of repeatedly having sex with one of her students has to wait a while longer before facing a jury.
New court dates set for Bay City couple charged with having child porn, sexually assaulting minor
Trial dates are set for a Bay City man charged with four life offenses stemming from the reported sexual assault of a minor girl.
Montessori preschool program coming to Bay City this fall
The operator of a Montessori school in Midland is hoping to tap into the Bay City market this school year with a five-day-per-week preschool program that focuses on teaching children at their own pace.