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Avon plans to transfer all current manufacturing from its facility in Lawrenceville, Georgia to its location in Cadillac during the current financial year, investing $925,500 and creating 29 new jobs.The announcement was made Wednesday afternoon.
A local FirstMerit Bank branch is scheduled to close next month and its operations consolidated with a nearby FirstMerit branch, a company official said on Tuesday.
Nicholas James Levi Osborn, 19, pleaded guilty in 28th Circuit Court, according to court records, to unlawful use of a motor vehicle.
A Cadillac teen was crossing Mitchell Street when an SUV was traveling left on Pine Street and turned left onto Mitchell, striking the teen.
The county has started receiving the $75,000 dollars a year from American Waste for having the needed amount of county trash brought to the landfill.
An investigation into the death of a Cadillac man who went missing last summer has been reopened as police explore whether new information upholds the original believed cause of death.
A Cadillac man has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison in a sexual abuse case involving mentally disabled adults.
Amy Painter said she was confident that the Leesburg Art Festival would have good weather if it were moved forward a week.
These were only a few questions women asked beauty experts and exhibitors Saturday, when crowds of shoppers, along with area businesses, filled the Cadillac Area YMCA for the Women's Wellness Expo.
Believe it or not, under that foot or two of snow is soil waiting for planting. Although it may be too soon to start tilling your garden, it's not too soon for learning about the benefits of organic gardening and what you can do this spring to build and enrich soil.
Every three years, members of the Cadillac Area Community Foundation's Youth Advisory Committee ask their peers what they think are the most important issues facing tweens and teens.
Besides very big trees, the Clam Lake area boasted another economic bonanza; two large lakes and cold winters! By the winter 1872-73, several crude structures appeared along the shores of both lakes where local entrepreneurs cut, stored, and sold blocks of ice of various sizes to the villagers and shopkeepers.