Articles by Phil Heimerl
Michigan’s secretary of state is launching a new license plate designed to encourage people to donate organs and tissues.
The City of Alpena’s fiscal year budget remains on target.
Alpena Public Schools has decided to purchase two new copy machines rather than lease them.
The Alpena Community College Board of Trustees met for a special meeting Tuesday evening, to approve the refunding of nearly $2.1 million in bonds.
For the second time in as many days a major fire has claimed a historic downtown building on the Sunrise Side – this time in East Tawas.
It was a good weekend for some Alpena High School marketing students.
A 28 year-old man from Alpena is headed to prison for breaking into a house while the homeowners were hosting a party in a nearby pole barn.
Law enforcement agencies in Alpena have been busy over the past 10 days or so.