Articles by Phil Heimerl
A Michigan congressman says his decision on running for U.S. Senate has been delayed by his duties responding to the Boston Marathon bombings and challenges in Syria and North Korea.
Parents, caregivers, childcare providers, early childhood professionals and others are invited to the 3rd annual Great Start Early Childhood Conference on Friday.
A second person linked to the break in of the BP gas station in Alpena has been sentenced.
The Presque Isle County Sheriff’s Office stayed busy last week, responding to 58 complaints.
Residents across northeast Michigan who have lost a loved one are invited to special luncheon hosted by Hospice of Michigan.
Three American Red Cross blood drives are being held in northeast Michigan this week.
A doctor and alumna of Alpena Community College will be in town May 30, to talk about her new book, “Waist Away: How to Joyfully Lose Weight and Supercharge Your Life.”
Officials say they have found the cause and a possible solution to bacterial pollution that has caused frequent closings at a beach on Lake Michigan’s Grand Traverse Bay.