July 21, 2021 | By: Elena Durnbaugh | Battle Creek Enquirer – Michigan public schools are expecting a big boost in spending per pupil next school year thanks to a historic increase in educational spending in the state budget. The state legislature
July 21, 2021 | Lansing, MI | AMN – Governor Whitmer today announced that the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) will grant $1.55 million to the Centrepolis Accelerator at Lawrence Technological University (LTU) to support the development and scaling of Cleantech, Climatech and Circular Economy technologies in
July 20, 2021 | Lansing, MI | AMN – Michigan’s seat belt use rate has decreased sharply, dropping from 94.4 percent in 2019 to 92.6 percent in 2021, according to results from a grant-funded direct observation study conducted by Michigan
July 20, 2021 | Lansing, MI | AMN – Today, Governor Whitmer signed Senate Bill 501, which allows workers temporarily laid off due to a manufacturing shutdown to continue to receive unemployment benefits without looking for a new job. Under current law, workers
No Remaining Schools or Communities Under Active State Oversight July 20, 2021 | Lansing, MI | AMN – Today, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer released the Muskegon Heights School District from receivership under the Local Financial Stability and Choice Act and dissolved its Receivership Transition Advisory Board
July 15, 2021 | Albion, MI | AMN – Broadband Task Force Launches Internet Survey. This week the Calhoun County Broadband Task Force made major steps on its path toward the goal of ensuring high-speed internet for all residents and
July 15, 2021 | Flint, MI | AMN – The hearing to determine whether the State’s $600 million Flint water civil settlement will be officially approved concluded today in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
July 15, 2021 | Albion, MI | AMN – As of 11 a.m. on Thursday, July 15, 2021, Calhoun County has a cumulative total of 12,475 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported to Calhoun County Public Health Department (CCPHD), with a
ADPS Officer Dan Riley responded to 112 Sycamore Ct for a report of a loose dog. Upon arrival he observed a tan and white Pitbull in the driveway of 112 Sycamore Ct. Officer Riley exited his patrol car in an attempt to make contact at the address with the owner. The Pitbull then charged at Officer Riley. Officer Riley took several steps back and drew his gun and as the dog approached him he fired 1 shot killing the dog. The grandmother of the owner of the dog stated they wanted us to leave the dog and that they would take care of the burial. After speaking with them the officers cleared the scene.