When 19-year-old Abeona Browne’s renowned abolitionist father Jon Browne dies in summer of 1860, devastating family secrets are revealed, and her life of privilege and naiveté in Southern Michigan becomes a frantic transatlantic search for someone she didn’t even know existed.
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features lots of news on local and state COVID-19 efforts, a big virtual man on the street to find out how Boyne area folks are coping with the Michigan stay-at-home order, public notices, business news, and so much more!
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features lots of news on local and state efforts to deal with COVID-19, local opinions, cops & courts, saying goodbye to Andy Place, unemployment filing help, business news, grants and other financial help, community photos and much more!
The Boyne City food pantry is still open and helping people as well as accepting donations, get some great tips on staying sane while stuck at home, an opinion piece on government transparency, the BCPD’s weekly incident reports, a look at how your state legislators voted recently, business news, public notices, special messages from area hospitals, and more!
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features lots of information on local Covid-19 mitigation efforts, cancellations, closings, reschedulings, plus all the usual local news and photos you’ve come to expect!
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features news on the upcoming Project Connect day of service, the latest report on Northern Michigan roads, the St. Pat’s Pub Crawl, Boyne City planning news, BCPD police reports, Lenten and Holy Week events, business news, our big Getting Ready for Spring section, community photos, and so much more!