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Detroit Free Press
Maker Faire at the Henry Ford attracts hundreds of inventors
David Kittell and son Elijah welcome the spray of water from a mechanical scarecrow called Robo Crop on Sunday at Maker Faire Detroit at the Henry Ford in Dearborn.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Detroit News
Celebrate the German side of Ann Arbor with picnic, restaurants
When you think of German heritage in Michigan, Frankenmuth usually comes to mind.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Register now for Frankenmuth AutoFest 2014
In the great tradition of car shows Frankenmuth , Michigan will be hosting its annual car show coming up in September.
Bavarian Inn's Michigan on Main recognized for locally-sourced ingredients, beer and wine
Frankenmuth's Bavarian Inn Restaurant and Bavarian Inn Lodge recently earned three accolades in the Greatest of the Great Lakes Bay competition, sponsored by Great Lakes Bay Regional Lifestyle Magazine.
Northern Michigan News
Bay County restaurant murals tout Mexican heritage
Mike McMath, wearing a paint-speckled T-shirt and a University of Michigan cap, speaks with a blue-collar easiness on the murals he's painting at Coco Loco Mexican Bar and Grill.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Central American teens fit under Wolverine Human Services permitted use, Vassar city manager says
Wolverine Human Services doesn't need new zoning or permits in order to house Central American minors at its Vassar facility, the city's attorney says.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Car owners reminisce during Old Town Motorfest car show
Engines revved, candy paint sparkled in the sun and music from the 1960s echoed through the streets as classic cars filled the streets of North Hamilton and Court for the Old Town Motorfest.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Northern Michigan News
5-kilometer 'Frankenmudder' pairs obstacles, beer
A 5-kilometer run and obstacle course in Frankenmuth that's being used to raise money for charity promises a muddy course with beer afterward to celebrate.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Reenactors to battle in Frankenmuth during Cass River Colonial Encampment
Along the banks of the Cass River and on the grounds of the River Place Shops in Frankenmuth, hundreds will gather to reenact the war for independence.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
'Tarzan' and 'Chorus Line' coming to the John Glenn High School stage this month
That's not a problem for Kim Hubert, who has been creating costumes for Bangor John Glenn High School productions for the past 12 years.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Crash that killed Frankenmuth man in Tuscola County may be health related, police say
The Tuscola County Sheriff's Department at 9:14 a.m. on Wednesday, July 16, was dispatched to Hart and Weaver Road in Tuscola Township for a single-vehicle crash.
Great beer from World Cup champion nation
Being a patriot, I generally use this space to discuss American beers. There is no need to leave the homeland to find great beer -- and plenty of it.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Police question teen in connection with threat at Bronner's Christmas Wonderland
Frankenmuth Police are confident they have identified the young man suspected of threatening Bronner's Christmas Wonderland.
Frankenmuth's Air Advantage named Best Small Business by the...
Air Advantage has been named the Best Small Business by the Michigan Small Business Development Center Great Lakes Bay Region.
Teen in surveillance footage at Bronner's in Frankenmuth speaks to police about threat
Investigators have spoken to a 15-year-old who was recorded on video surveillance and named a person of interest in the investigation of a threatening note left at Bronner's Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, the Frankenmuth Police Department reports.
Covenant Glen assisted living facility opens in Frankenmuth
Loraine Rummel can look out the window of her room in Covenant Glen assisted-living facility in Frankenmuth and know her old home isn't far away.
Murals at Bay County restaurant, Coco Loco, tell stories of Mexican heritage
Mike McMath, wearing a paint-speckled t-shirt and a University of Michigan cap, speaks with a blue-collar easiness on the murals he's painting at Coco Loco Mexican Bar and Grill.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Local author Ray Clark plans book signings in Frankenmuth and Bay City
Introducing two characters in the book "Groovy," the second book in the "Driver Five" series, fans wanted to know all about K and J, two assassins who never speak.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
'The way it should be': Saginaw's first citywide picnic draws hundreds from across the community
A sea of smiling faces, each representing a different area of the community, painted a vivid portrait of Saginaw Saturday, July 12, during the first of three free citywide picnics .
Central Michigan Life
Mount Pleasant City Commission urges residents to vote a yesa on Proposal 1
The state-wide proposal would remove personal property taxes from businesses and replace the lost revenue with state funding in a use tax.