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Workers started at the north-most wall, with a Bierlein excavator reaching up to the roof's peak and pulling down the bricks.
Brianna Amat of Pinckney is among 30 business students at Western Michigan University to receive major scholarships in recognition of their outstanding character and academic excellence.
Fifteen seconds can separate a good doctor from an excellent one. That's one of the lessons students glean at the 3-year-old Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine in their first week.
Kalamazoo's Legacy Cost Task Force will meet again in two weeks to finalize a recommendation that the city fund it's unfunded retiree health care liability through municipal bonds, which will be purchased at low interest rates in hopes that the value rebounds after purchase.
Investigators are still "trying to piece together" a shooting that took place near the campus of Western Michigan University that injured four people early Sunday morning, Kalamazoo Public Safety Chief Jeff Hadley says.
Police say three men and a woman in their 20s were shot early Sunday at Campus Habitat Apartments near Western Michigan University.
Marie E. Snyder, a dedicated Perrysburg teacher and recipient of a number of local leadership awards, died Wednesday at the Kingston Residence of Perrysburg.
Flarity-Gram has over 20 years of special education teaching and leadership experience.
Public Safety is looking for the gunman or gunmen who fired shots at a group of people in the parking lot of Campus Habitat Apartments, wounding three men and one woman at about 3 a.m. Sunday.
"When the call for expertise in the area of lean consulting came from the city of Detroit, we knew that our students and alumni could provide the necessary talent and teamwork to help the city," Kenneth C. Jones, instructor of integrated supply management in WMU's Haworth College of business, said in a press release.
At its Wednesday meeting, Western Michigan University's Board of Trustees approved the retirement of two faculty members and six staff and accepted the resignations of four faculty.
Michigan Radio's popular "Issues & Ale" discussion series will visit the Traffic Jam & Snug restaurant in midtown Detroit on Monday, July 28th at 6:00 pm to discuss the issue of kids growing up in violence.
People on The Move announces the new title or working role of local people moving from one paid position to another.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 01:40 am
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