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Ballads and Brews festival brings maritime music, free lessons to Bay City's Veterans Memorial Park
An opportunity to jam along with and learn from talented musicians brought traditional and folk music enthusiast Mark Neal to Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday, July 12, for the Ballads and Brews music festival.
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Hundreds of classic cars line downtown Bay City streets for Cool City Car Show
Gary Oberdorf says if you're interested in buying his 1964 Chrevrolet Chevelle, you'll have to watch for his obituary and then talk to his wife.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Before the Cool City Car Show, check out all the cool rides at the Cruze for the Cure
The engines hummed, purred and revved outrageously as cars pulled out of the former Hampton Towne Center on Friday, July 11. More than 200 cars paraded through the streets of Essexville and Bay City as part of the annual Cruze for a Cure, an event held the night prior to the annual Cool City Car Show.
Bay City teen charged with 13 sex crimes psychologically fit for trial
A Bay City 19-year-old charged with a slew of sex crimes related to the alleged assault of two girls is fit to stand trial.
Saginaw man arraigned on charges nearly 2 years after allegedly stabbing girlfriend with pen
Nearly two years after police allege he stabbed his girlfriend with an ink pen and then threatened to kill her and her kids, a 24-year-old Saginaw man has been charged with three criminal offenses.
Bangor Township fire marshal, assistant chief retires after 36 years on the job
For the second time this summer, a high-ranking member of the Bangor Township Fire Department is retiring from his days of battling blazes.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Bay City Players Sets Cast for COMPANY, Playing 10/9-19
Bay City Players announces the cast for the musical comedy COMPANY, with Book by George Furth , Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim .
Stevensville woman charged, accepts plea, in connection with Joel Wilson's alleged Ponzi scheme
In the same day, a Stevensville woman was charged and accepted a plea deal for her part in a reported Bay City-based Ponzi scheme, allegedly headed by Joel I. Wilson.
Gov. Snyder to attend $225-per-plate fundraiser in Bay City for State Sen. Mike Green's campaign
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is set to make a stop in Bay City to support State Sen. Mike Green, R-Mayville, as Green's bid for re-election continues and the Aug. 5 primary nears.
Calling all innovators: Tri City Shark Tank 3 event scheduled for August
The organizers of Tri City Shark Tank - a local event series inspired by the popular TV show "Shark Tank" - have announced a date for their third event.
Bay City officials say multimillion dollar work on Euclid Avenue could start this year
For more than 20 years, Gary Scharich has watched South Euclid Avenue deteriorate to the point where potholes are impossible to avoid and cuts in the road where water mains have been repaired are far too frequent.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Taco Bell opening soon in Freeland
The new restaurant at 130 S. Main is expected to open later this month, said Tittabawassee Township Manager Marc McGill.
Pediatrician testifies toddler's wounds indicate Saginaw father intentionally held son's hands in scalding water
In the eyes of a pediatrician, a Saginaw man intentionally held his 1-year-old son's hands in scalding water, to the point that skin grafts were later required.
After discovery of drawing, 92-year-old Bay County woman takes heartwarming trip down memory lane
As Alan Bauer scraped wallpaper from the master bedroom in his new, Bay City fixer-upper, he discovered a message and caricatures drawn by a past resident from more than six decades ago.
Bay City Christian clothing company, 'Follow,' rooted in faith and style
Morgan, who lives in Essexville, is a licensed minister through Bay Valley Christian Church, located at 2535 E. Wilder Road.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Hell's Half Mile puts on mini-fest with downtown summer party and indie music showcase
Before the Hell's Half Mile Film & Music Festival hits downtown Bay City for four days in late September, organizers are serving up a tantalizing taste over a two-day spread.
Preliminary hearing again rescheduled for Saginaw man charged with murder in Bay City man's death
For the second time, the preliminary examination of a 24-year-old Saginaw man accused of gunning down a Bay City man has been postponed.
Police looking for person who crashed into 2 pedestrians, 2 cars after Bay City Fireworks Festival
For the second time in three years, police are looking for a person they say crashed into people and vehicles and fled the scene in the wake of the Bay City Fireworks Festival.
$1.8 million secured for Euclid Avenue reconstruction, Bay City pothole repairs
One of Bay City's busiest and most run-down roads and hundreds of potholes across the city are going to be repaired after the city secured $1.8 million from the state's Priority Roads Investment Program.
Police: Bay City man who threatened boss with brass knuckles charged with 3 felonies
A 38-year-old Bay City man is charged with three felonies due to police alleging he threatened his boss with a set of brass knuckles.