It’s the True North Radio Network Basketball Contest! We will randomly pick 64 contestants to be paired with the 64 teams. Get signed up by Monday, March 17th. Simply click on the link below to …
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The True North Radio Network Winter Concert Series Presents the KGB Band, Saturday March 15th at the Aplex. ”Motown is forever,” says Gerald Foster keyboardist for KGB, one of just a few Motown tribute bands …
Brides and Grooms: Don’t miss the Wedding Faire, “It’s all about the Bling” at St. Anne’s Parish Hall in Alpena, Thursday evening, March 13th from 5 until 7:30pm. This will be a fun night to bring …
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During football and hockey seasons, 107.7 The Bay is your home for Alpena High School Wildcats action!
99.9 The Wave covers Rogers City football …
A 26 year-old Mio man has been sentenced to prison for killing his infant son.
Alpena Public Schools is pleased with advances students have been making in math and is turning its attention to reading.
The Development Department at Alpena Regional Medical Center is offering several scholarship opportunities to area medical students.
Michigan lawmakers are working to draw more medical providers to low-resource areas by raising caps for a loan repayment program for health professionals in those areas.
The Michigan State Police Post in Alpena responded to 67 complaints last week.
Legislation nearing the desk of Gov. Rick Snyder would let high schools award diplomas to Vietnam War-era veterans who enlisted or were drafted before graduating.
Michigan legislative leaders have agreed to set aside $215 million in the middle of the budget year for road maintenance, partly to help road agencies grappling with winter costs and potholes.
About 145,000 Michigan residents have selected private insurance plans under the federal health care law.