The first 1,000 successfully completed and notarized applications to serve on the first-ever Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission have been
Michigan taxpayers can begin to file state income tax returns on Jan. 27, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury.
Proposals from state Rep. Triston Cole working to expand effective broadband services to more Michigan residents were overwhelmingly advanced this
The Michigan Department of Transportation released the following statement regarding the bridge in Charlevoix this afternoon: The US-31 bascule bridge
Governor Gretchen Whitmer has ordered U.S. and Michigan flags lowered to half-staff throughout the state of Michigan on Thursday, January
Alwas John Spohn, 88, of Boyne City, Michigan, stepped into eternity the evening of January 9th and took his first
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