Articles by Phil Heimerl
Students at 700 Michigan schools are among those in about two dozen states trying out new exams tied to the national “common core” standards in math and English language arts.
Three young men robbed an Alpena Township homeowner early Wednesday morning, but not before tying the man up and nearly beating him to death.
The investigation into a rash of break ins and burglaries in the Hillman area continues.
Another person has been charged in the Christmas Day break in of the BP gas station in Alpena.
The water is high in many of Michigan’s rivers and streams as rain adds to the melt-off from abundant winter snow.
New foreclosure data show that the number of U.S. homes repossessed by lenders fell to the lowest level in more than five years last month.
The spring storm headed toward northern Michigan isn’t expected to make it into the record books.
Alpena Public Schools has decided to push back the targeted completion date for a facility needs assessment.