Articles by Phil Heimerl
Contractors for Alpena County continue to install new surveillance cameras at the sheriff’s office and jail.
A 12th grade student at Alpena Public Schools has been chosen as a finalist for the Michigan High School Athletic Association Scholar Athlete Award.
Friends of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary is receiving a $50,000 grant to support tourism across Alpena and the entire region.
Police have arrested a man who allegedly pulled a handgun on a Lewiston woman Wednesday night.
Three local men were in court this week, on separate charges of selling or delivering marijuana.
Alpena Public Schools is inviting seniors and their parents to an informational meeting next week, on completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
A judge has sentenced a former Central Michigan University instructor to the maximum 14 years in prison for possessing child pornography.
President Barack Obama has cut short the sentences of another 330 drug offenders convicted of federal crimes.