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The Cleanup In Bronson Park Cost Almost $17,000
All of the homeless protesters tents and items had to be removed and disposed of, with reportedly some of these items being ones that were donated by the community.
Georgia-Pacific Partners With DEQ To Investigate PFAS In Parchment
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality says Monday that they have established a “mutual agreement” with Georgia-Pacific to investigate sites that were believed to have contributed to Per and Polyfleuroalkyl Substances being discovered in Parchment’s city water system.
Plan To Kidnap, Torture, Abuse, And Kill Child Leads To Charges
Four Calhoun and Branch County residents have been charged with multiple felonies for their alleged plan to abduct a child and sexually torture them to death.
Kalamazoo River In Battle Creek Tests High For Certain PFAS
While the cause of these high levels isn’t yet confirmed, DEQ spokespeople say that there is a “correlation” between the PFOS and the use of firefighting foams at the Battle Creek Air National Guard Base.
‘Do Not Eat’ ANY Kellogg’s Honey Smacks, CDC Still Recommends
The CDC recommends that you "Do not eat Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal of any size package or with any 'best used by' date." They warn against buying the cereal.
Upscale Apartment Complex Planned For Goguac Lake
The land on W. Columbia Ave. is currently occupied by Pasche’s Lakeside and Redline BBQ, and developers want to build a new restaurant space and apartments.
Testing Shows PFAS Levels In Parchment Water Dropping Dramatically
It looks like the chemical contamination problem in Parchment’s water system could be improving.
Shwe Mandalay Is Now Open In Battle Creek [PHOTOS]
Last October Amanda Sunthang and Jennifer Cole won Battle Creek's Startup Fest, and would be bringing Burmese cuisine to Battle Creek. They are now open for business.
Changes To Restrict Homeless Peoples’ Activity In Kalamazoo Parks In The Works
The Kalamazoo City Commission will be voting on the several changes to their park rules at their meeting Monday, some of which do actually reduce penalties for certain behaviors; for example, certain misdemeanors will be dropped down to civil infractions, making them no longer a criminal offence. Ho…
Marshall To Get 400 Medical Weed Jobs As Grower Sets Up HQ
Michigan Pure Med has a plan to build a growing and processing center, that will also serve as the HQ for their Michigan operations.