A minivan crashed into the Hardee's, 534 E. Main St. in Owosso, Tuesday afternoon, taking out the northeast corner of the facility. Employees said no one was seated in that area of the building when the crash occurred, and Owosso police said neither the driver nor a passenger were injured. P…
SHIAWASSEE COUNTY — Shiawassee County experienced its first significant snowfall of the winter season Friday, creating slick conditions for motorists traveling during the overnight and early morning hours.
Gretchen Brashaw of New Lothrop shows the gift card she won through a drawing for participating in a survey for the Community District Library. “We are very appreciative to our patrons for their responses. Their input will help with our future planning,” director Jami Cromley said.
Voters went to the polls this morning to cast their ballots for national, state and local elections at Emerson Elementary School in Owosso. At 6:45 a.m., 80 to 100 people were lined up waiting for the polls to open at 7 a.m.
Healthfirst Pharmacy,111 N. Washington St. in Owosso, closed its doors permanently Wednesday morning. Some customers were turned away at the doors, calls to Healthfirst were routed to Walgreens, and paper covered the store’s front windows along Washington Street. The owner declined to speak …
Renovations on the landmark Sandula Clock Tower in downtown Durand are complete, according to Durand Rotary President Tim Shaw. The project included the installation of LED lights, on display here, and was spurred by the Durand Rotary Club. Rotarians raised approximately $2,075 for the proje…
The Owosso Fire Department responded Wednesday to a house fire in the 600 block of Oakwood Avenue where firefighters discovered a basement fire that was extinguished within 15 minutes. There were no injuries during the fire, officials said. The fire remains under investigation, but appears a…
Classic rock tribute band Magic 5 is seen performing at the Owosso Amphitheater in this Thursday photo. Several hundred people were in attendance to watch the show, which was the final concert held this summer at the amphitheater.
BYRON — Bob Cassiday enjoys living and working in a small town — one of the many reasons he is seen as well-suited to the position of superintendent of Byron Area Schools.
CORUNNA — A Perry man was sentenced to at least four years in prison Thursday morning in 35th Circuit Court for fighting Michigan State Police troopers.
LANSING — House Majority Floor Leader Rep. Ben Frederick, R-Owosso, Thursday said a new House rule has been added for the 2021-22 legislative session to allow representatives to participate in committee discussions when they are unable to be physically present.
OWOSSO TWP. — Officials confirmed Friday afternoon that one person died in an early morning house fire at 2150 North Ruess Road.
OWOSSO TWP. — A home appears to be a total loss after a fire early this morning, and officials say they are still investigating the cause of the blaze.
CHESANING — HAZMAT workers were called Thursday morning after an unknown corrosive substance leaked from a truck along Sharon Road.
CORUNNA — After months of delays, Shiawassee County received a clean audit of its 2019 finances, though the audit process itself — impacted by the coronavirus, technological issues and difficulties with bank reconciliations — proved to be quite challenging, officials said.
CORUNNA — A Laingsburg man was sentenced to one year in jail Thursday morning in 35th Circuit Court by Judge Matthew Stewart for stabbing a dog with a putty knife after it ate his Subway sandwich and throwing the animal through a wall.
WASHINGTON — Shiawassee County’s Republican U.S. representative and the Democratic senators for Michigan shared sharply differing opinions on President Donald Trump’s historic second impeachment.
CORUNNA — The former Corunna FFA Alumni Chapter treasurer has been charged with felony embezzlement for allegedly siphoning approximately $15,000 from the organization in 2018.