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In 36 years in education, he's worked with kids with special-needs, turned a difficult junior high school into a calmer middle school and become superintendent of an urban district at a time of state finance cuts and the beginning of charter schools competition.
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Bikers from all across the country gathered in Grass Lake on Friday and Saturday to celebrate veterans and service members during the 8th annual Wheels of Thunder.
Bruce Steffen was stopped at a red light on the intersection of First and Morrell streets in downtown Jackson planning to turn right onto First Street.
Julia J. Steines-Berkemeier has been commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army after successfully completing the Army ROTC program.
For more than 50 years, Kulas has played horns in polka bands big and small. The Michigan Polka Music Hall of Fame will recognize his achievements by inducting Kulas on Oct. 5. "I am really honored," said Kulas, whose father, Joseph Kulas, was also inducted in 1991.
The 21st annual Learning Fair, which encourages kids of all ages to discover technology, industry and the arts, runs from noon to 7 p.m. Thursday, July 10, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday July 11, at the Jackson Area Career Center, 6800 Browns Lake Road.
In the summer of 1987, when this once-thriving manufacturing town was about as bust as bust could be, it got an unexpected gutter punch from Money magazine.
The site of the former Acme Building sits on the corner of North Mechanic Street and West Ganson Street.
Three people were transported to Allegiance Health with injuries that were not life-threatening following a two-vehicle crash near the intersection of Spring Arbor Road and 17th and Morrell streets, Jackson County Undersheriff Christopher Kuhl said in a statement.
Kreger, of Jackson, has been promoted to second vice president - commercial loans from his current level of assistant vice president - commercial loan officer.
A $1.05 million construction and painting project on Jackson's two raised water towers and a storage tank is again delayed.
The Allskate Fun Center on W. North Street in Jackson has been a year-round venue for family fun and festivities since it opened in 1985.
Pieces are falling into place for a multi-year, $2.5 million construction project on Michigan Avenue in downtown Jackson.
The Under the Oaks convention, what some consider one of the most important political conventions in U.S. history, was held in Jackson.
Brown Street from Randolph to Morrell streets will be upgraded with a $1.25 million grant allocated by the state Legislature.
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