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September 2, 2015 RSS feed / News

Deli’s a family affair

Downtown Deli, 54 S. Elk Street, is one of Sandusky’s newest businesses. Owners Jim Hacker and Melissa Harris feature wraps, grinders, subs, salads, homemade soups and dessert. More...

Hog Town Run raises $16,000 for hospice

Following the 11th annual Hog Town Run to benefit United Hospice Service of Marlette, sponsor Hog Town Inc. of Melvin presented a check for $16,000. The charity ride on Aug. More...

Brown City Board approves buyout offer for teachers

BROWN CITY — A buyout proposal for teachers has been approved by the Board of Education. Superintendent Douglas Muxlow anticipates a decision soon from instructors eligible for the $15,000 retirement incentive approved by the board on Aug. 24. More...

Cyber bullying campaign planned

Sanilac Community Mental Health, local schools and law enforcement are partnering to target cyber bullying. Starting in September, the campaign will target awareness of cyber bullying, how it affects people and how to report it. More...

Labor Day’s coming and school’s knockin’ on the door! Let’s talk about Sandusky!

Join the fall fun at the 28th Annual Autumn Benefit for McKenzie Health System on Sept. 12. The fundraising event at Woodland Hills Golf Club, 320 N. More...

Thumbfest fills Lexington with music Sept. 5

Thumbfest returns to Lexington Labor Day weekend. The free, all-day event featuring folk groups performing on stages throughout the downtown and harbor areas runs from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 5. More...

Trial date set in road rage case

The 43-year-old Lexington man accused in a July road rage incident pled not guilty at his arraignment in Sanilac County Circuit Court. Kevin M. Peterson’s final pretrial is scheduled for Sept. 21 and a trial date for Oct. 6. More...

Teen charged in car break-ins

A Deckerville teenager arrested early Thursday morning on the fairgrounds in Sandusky allegedly ran from police and gave a fake name, following several break-ins of motor vehicles. More...

Road commission wraps up projects

The Sanilac County Road Commission has wrapped up most of its local roadwork and is getting ready in case the state has some extra money. More...

Port Sanilac: harbor project review; DDA criticized

PORT SANILAC — The Port Sanilac Downtown Development Authority was expected to bring the hotel/condo project to the village council for review Sept. 1. The DDA and two former residents are proposing a hotel/ condo facility on N. Lake Street. More...

How to pack a healthy school lunch

(2015 copyright American Heart Association) Packing the kids’ lunches for school means you know which nutritious foods they are eating. More...

Shopping for an assisted living facility

The decision to move yourself or a family member to an assisted living facility can be difficult. More...

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