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Mason man finds stolen car after police are too busy to help

MASON, Mich. (WLNS) – Three car thefts and three car break-ins occurred over the weekend in Mason. All in the same apartment complex. Three victims at Beacon Lake Apartments woke up Sunday morning to a nightmare. Their cars were missing. When they called the police, they say they were told they were busy and no […]
MASON, MI
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Milford House will offer four concepts for food, fun

Drive through town and it’s easy to see the Milford House restaurant has been a beehive of activity this summer. It has been one year since original owners Perry and Kris Sinacola closed the well-loved restaurant run by their family for 28 years. Last spring, architects for new owners...
MILFORD, MI
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Say bye-bye to ABC, Michigan football fans

This might’ve gotten swept up under the rug a little bit, maybe with everything else going on in college football, fall camp, recruiting, etc., but a major change has occurred in terms of channeling going into the future for Michigan and just Big Ten fans alike. For over 40...
ANN ARBOR, MI
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Transfer OL Brian Greene found the fit he was looking for at Michigan State

Ask Brian Greene’s new Michigan State teammates about him, and the first thing they’ll mention is Greene’s considerable experience. They say he’s been a seamless fit off the field as much as on it, where his advanced understanding of offensive line play from five seasons at Washington State makes him a quick study as well as an accessible resource for the Spartans’ younger linemen.
EAST LANSING, MI
fox2detroit.com

Metro Detroit man among 2 dead after Lake Michigan drowning

SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. (FOX 2) - A Novi man and a Columbus, Mich. woman drowned in Lake Michigan at South Haven's South Beach on Monday. First responders were called to the beach just before 12:40 p.m. on reports of possible drownings. Bystanders had pulled two people from the water before police and EMS workers arrived.
SOUTH HAVEN, MI

Ann Arbor spending $1.2M to pave dirt road by low-income housing complex

ANN ARBOR, MI — Ann Arbor is gearing up for a $1.2 million project to pave a dirt and gravel road on the city’s west side with a fresh coat of asphalt. City Council voted 10-0 to approve the Russell Street project last week, responding to concerns from the Ann Arbor Housing Commission about stormwater runoff from the road spilling onto its Maple Meadows low-income housing property, located off Maple Road just south of Liberty Street.
ANN ARBOR, MI
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U-M Health ranked No. 1 Michigan hospital by U.S. News and World Report; only Michigan hospital included in U.S. Honor Roll list of hospitals

The University of Michigan Health-Ann Arbor is the best hospital in Michigan, according to U.S. News and World Report. The report is curated annually and evaluates hospitals based on high-quality patient care, commitment to patient safety, clinical resources, family centeredness and other factors. In the U.S. News and World Report...
ANN ARBOR, MI
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More Lane Closures On US-23 This Week

Lane closures are underway on US-23 in the Fenton area. The Michigan Department of Transportation is continuing bridge epoxy seal coating along the US-23 corridor, which will continue through the week. Additional time may be required due to weather. Crews will also be working on the outside lanes of Silver...
FENTON, MI
The Oakland Press

Sentencing in manslaughter case set for Thursday afternoon

Sentencing is scheduled for Thursday afternoon for a Waterford man who fatally shot a 25-year-old man during a marijuana deal gone wrong. Last month — a few days before his trial was to start — Bryan Maurice Wilson pleaded no contest to a manslaughter charge, amended from an open murder charge for the death of Antonio “Tone Muns” Munson. Munson body was found on Jan. 13, 2021 in his Dodge Durango outside D’Anton’s Coney Island on Huron Street near Telegraph Road.
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Complaint Against Police Chief Discussed at Durand City Council Meeting

MEMBERS OF THE DURAND CITY COUNCIL (from left): Brian Boggs, Connie Cobley, Patrick O’Conner, Mayor Ken McDonough, Matthew Schaefer, Rich Folaron and Jeff Brands during the Monday, Aug. 1 meeting at city hall. (Independent Photo/Melissa Shepard) During the Monday, Aug. 1 Durand City Council Meeting, Durand citizen Susan Carsten...
DURAND, MI
247Sports

Michigan football: Georgia, in-state rival Spartans 'biggest motivation' for Wolverines, OL Ryan Hayes says

The Michigan football team has a few motivating factors going into the 2022 season. The defending Big Ten champions suffered a loss to the in-state rival Michigan State Spartans before finally taking down Ohio State under head coach Jim Harbaugh, and got to Indianapolis for its first-ever conference title game. From there, the team dominated Iowa and made it the College Football Playoff. Of course, the season didn’t end with a win as Michigan fell short to Georgia in the semifinal. That prompted Michigan offensive lineman Ryan Hayes to make a bold proclamation about 2021 and the upcoming season.
EAST LANSING, MI

U of M Football Team Helps Restore Historic Idlewild Community

The University of Michigan's football team recently took a field trip to help restore a historic community. Well, describing it as a field trip feels a bit infantile considering the incredible work this team did. At the end of July, the Michigan Football Facebook page shared a series of photos showing their team hard at work painting, building picnic tables, and more with the caption:
ANN ARBOR, MI

Michigan’s Northwoods may be destroyed by even modest climate change, researchers say

ANN ARBOR, MI – The boreal forests of North America could be destroyed by even modest climate change, new research shows. A recently published scientific study led by a University of Michigan ecologist found an overall temperature increase of less than 3 degrees (1.6 Celsius) will cause major problems for tree species that now thrive in the most northern forests of the continent, particularly when combined with reduced rainfall.
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