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O-Town Cafe closed in early September and at the time he and his wife made the decision to close, owner Steven Cohen said there was another party interested in the space and they would be moving in soon. He didn't specify who or what that party was.
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"Shiawassee THEN" explores our county's rich history. In episode 3, Josh Strickland gives an overview of a 62-page history of Corunna's dam and its mills that was assembled by Corunna City Manager, Joe Sawyer. The episode also introduces a special Corunna sesquicentennial celebration event happening now!
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Lakeshore residents are getting some help from the state protecting their properties from Lake Michigan. The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy is speeding up the process for sandbag permits.
A pet cat in Birmingham has rabies. Oakland County health officials made the announcement over the weekend, advising pet owners to get their furry friends vaccinated and supervise them when they are outdoors.
Firearm Deer Season started on Friday in Michigan. The Department of Natural Resources says deer population is low in the state's Upper Peninsula this year. This season runs until November 30th.
The Pledge of Allegiance will no longer be part of the agenda for student government meetings at Grand Valley State University. The decision was made at Saturday night's senate meeting.
A federal appeals court is denying Kwame Kilpatrick's appeal of his prison sentence. The former Detroit mayor argued, the judge on his trial should have recused herself due to a conflict of interest with his attorney.
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation President Ridgway White announced on Facebook that the foundation will commit $1 million to address Flint neighborhood improvements. The Foundation supports nonprofit programs throughout the United States.
The Michigan State University Tennis Center is holding the First Capital City Tennis Classic. It's the first professional men's tennis tournament to be held in Michigan. Players from around the world will compete for the $15,000 prize.
For the third year in a row, the American Military League in Traverse City hosted their annual Chili Cook-Off. It started as a way to raise money for veterans and their families around the holidays.
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