Friday Jul 18
Suspicion of embezzlement began when former Lapeer County prosecutor left to become judge
Allegations of embezzlement against a Lapeer County Judge arose just months after Judge Byron Konschuh left the prosecutor's office to serve as Lapeer County Circuit Court.
Governor pushes farming growth
Richard Hobson was all smiles as he placed two jumbo sweet onions in the hands of Gov. Rick Snyder.
Stebbins Family Fund awards $100,000 in matching grants to St. Clair and Lapeer...
The Stebbins Family Fund, administered by the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, will award $100,000 in five matching grants of $20,000 each to St. Clair and Lapeer county-based charities.
Woman opens up on death of friend killed in fire
It was a tragedy that claimed the lives of two women. The vehicle they were riding in slammed into a garage and burst into flames.
Batman vs. Superman filming comes to Mid-Michigan
Parts of the new Batman vs. Superman movie starring Ben Affleck are being shot in Lapeer County, according to reports.
Detroit Free Press
Michigan House Envy: 7,000-square-foot mansion on 36 acres filled with Russian flair
Great room with American cherry wood wall accents and Brazilian cherry floors, and brass with alabaster chandeliers from Spain.
There's arsenic in Michigan's well water, but not a lot of people are talking about it
If you're on city water, there's a federal regulation that limits the amount of arsenic in it, but if you're on a private well, it's up to you to find out whether there's too much arsenic in your water.