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Whether it's a cake shaped like a turtle, a cupcake tower topped with a Rice Krispies teapot or a wedding cake featuring live flowers, Rosalie's Sweet Treats of Summit Township can fill most unusual requests. "People bring me pictures of what they want and we try our best to get to that goal," owner/baker Rosalie Jonas said.
10 hrs ago | MLive.com
A 36-year-old Jackson man suffered several facial fractures that required surgery following an assault outside the Town Bar early Sunday morning, police said. Jackson Police Lt.
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Gerdau employees and their families celebrated the company's 40th year operating in Jackson at an annual company picnic Saturday, Sept. 13. The celebration took place from 1-6 p.m. on the grounds of Gerdau's special steel producing mill, located at 3100 Brooklyn Rd. and featured concession stands, carnival rides and a buffet catered by Gene Davis and Sons.
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MLive entertainment guru and foodie John "Gonzo" Gonzalez got a taste of Jackson's corner bar scene Monday, Sept. 15. Gonzo stopped at three longtime Jackson watering holes as part of the Michigan's Best Neighborhood Bar search , which includes 42 bars from around the state.
ADAMS , Mary D. and Thomas D., of Jackson, a daughter, Tatum Avery Brynn, born September 11, 7 pounds, 11 ounces at Allegiance Health. Grandparents are Lois and Richard Saltzgaber of Jackson, Darcy and Patrick King of Michigan Center, and Connie and Jeffery Adams of Jackson.
There's more than a month until Halloween, but the spirits were out early at the Ella Sharp Museum's "Speaking with Spirits" cemetery walking tour Saturday afternoon. History buffs got the chance to walk around Maple Grove Cemetery, 372 S. Main St., in Concord and hear first-hand stories from re-enactors about the people buried there.
As Byron Ennis counted to three, he and Chris Baldridge swung a large piece of a mattress into a Dumpster off Morrell Street. Another group soon wheeled past them a muddy red shopping cart, also pulled from the nearby Grand River along with buckets of garbage, a TV antenna and hosts of other items not native to the river ecosystem.
Busy this week and did not get a chance to check MLive? Here is a recap of some of the week's stories. FATAL CRASH: Two Michigan Department of Human Services workers died Tuesday, Sept.
Bridge in Jackson renamed for fallen officer A bridge in Jackson was renamed Friday for James Bonneau, a police officer killed in the line of duty. Check out this story on battlecreekenquirer.com: http://on.lsj.com/1tJBYq1 Family and friends of James Bonneau come together for the Sign Unveiling Ceremony at the Officer James Bonneau Memorial Bridge in Jackson, Mich., Friday, Sept.
It feels impossible to remember Marguerite Daly without thinking of the American flag. She would love it if you do.
Rainfall is expected later on in the evening, but NWS meteorologist Court Scholten said the showers could completely miss the Jackson area altogether. "Thunder and lightning is not anticipated at this time," Scholten said.
Entertainment writer and contest judge John "Gonzo" Gonzalez will stop at 42 watering holes in an 11-day span before determining his top 10 list, which is scheduled to be published Sept. 25. Gonzo's trek comes to town the afternoon of Monday, Sept.
So are the benefits of using smoke evacuation devices and safety experts' recommendations to do so. But at one Michigan hospital, the issue just wasn't among many staff members' top priorities.
The Ella Sharp Museum's walking cemetery tour takes visitors to Concord's Maple Grove Cemetery on Saturday, Sept. 13. Voices from the grave come alive during the Ella Sharp Museum's "Speaking with Spirits" cemetery walking tour Saturday, Sept.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 06:04 pm
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