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"I want to feed the reindeer," she declared, tearing at a last bit of greenery to offer a pair of reindeer that visited Wirt Public Library in downtown Bay City on Tuesday, Dec. 10. Two reindeer - festively named Holly and Noel - were on display at the library from 5-7 p.m. Parents and children alike could visit and pet the reindeer, which are ... (more)
MLive.com Dylan Sagady, 4, and his mother, Angerla Miller-Sagady, pet Holly, a five-year-old adult female reindeer, at the Alice and Jack Wirt Public Library in Bay City on Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2013.
To hear Ms Pat tell it, she only wanted her case worker to recertify her welfare checks and food stamps, not find her a real job.
Bay City officials say a move back into Bay City Hall, 301 S. Washington Ave., has been extended by one day, moving the building's official public opening date to Thursday, Dec. 12. "In order to offer a safe environment for our residents, we require one additional day for move-in clean-up," the press release reads.
A Bay City man who assaulted his roommate with a metal rod and slashed another person's tires has received a surplus of more than two months' jail credit.
Applause erupted from a courtroom gallery in response to a judge handing down the maximum sentence allowable to a 47-year-old Bay City man who sexually assaulted two underage girls.
It's not everyday an Emmy Award-winning actor calls you up and says he wants to do a show in your town.
David Harran, public works director, said that crews worked from 8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, to 1 a.m. the next day clearing roads.
Bronner, a reindeer, grazes on grass in a pen outside the Alice and Jack Wirt Public Library in Bay City, MI.
Dennis Gwizdala is preparing for his eighth annual Season of Giving Christmas Concert to benefit Bay County Toys for Tots.
Sometimes, it's difficult to know just how to go about honoring a friend, a neighbor or a colleague.
A small group gathered in front of the Bay County Building on Center Avenue to remember the 72nd anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Don that ugly sweater and run or walk in the Auburn Jaycees-sponsored Ugly Sweater 5-kilometer run/walk at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, at Auburn City Park, 435 S. Auburn Road.
Bay City author and veteran newsman Tim Younkman is the guest speaker at the next meeting of the 7th Michigan Cavalry Civil War Round Table.