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PERRY — The Perry Historical Society meets the last Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at th…

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FAIRFIELD TWP. — Firefighters from four area departments battled flames in the 7400 block of…

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OWOSSO — On Saturday, weightlifter Casey Lambert of Owosso tentatively broke a Guinness worl…

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Perry students enjoyed a special breakfast, cooked and served by staff, Friday morning to ce…

OWOSSO — Oktoberfest officially kicked off Friday with State Rep. Frederick ceremonially tap…

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OWOSSO — Central Elementary students this week heard how they can make a big difference in t…

CORUNNA — Judge Matthew Stewart Wednesday declared a mistrial after a 35th Circuit Court jur…

CORUNNA — The city is expanding the reach of its adaptive reuse ordinance to include residen…

PERRY — The Perry Historical Society meets the last Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at the Calkins-MacQueen House Museum, 127 E. First St.

DURAND — The Durand Memorial branch of the Shiawassee District Library is hosting a series of classes on making candy and treats through December.

OWOSSO — The Osburn Lakes Residential Site Condominium Association has filed suit in 35th Circuit Court to prevent a contractor from finishing nine new homes in the subdivision because association members believe the new buildings will drive down their property values.

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FAIRFIELD TWP. — Firefighters from four area departments battled flames in the 7400 block of West Allan Road this morning after a vacant, two-story home used by the Elsie Area Fire Department for training purposes caught fire.

OWOSSO — Internet accountability company Covenant Eyes recently received a Business Development Program Grant from the state to expand its operations.

SAGINAW COUNTY — The Youngs Intercounty Drain Board took a step forward Tuesday in addressing longstanding flooding issues along Ditch Road in Saginaw County — authorizing Alan Boyer of LSG Engineers and Surveyors to investigate a solution that would divert the water into the Bear Creek Drain.