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Busy Time For Home Sales Approaching


While it is getting colder outside, we are nearing one of the busiest months of the year for home sales. June, July and December are usually the three busiest months, according to Jeff Glover from Keller Williams

Mackinac Bridge Authority, Enbridge Meet


A meeting with the Mackinac Bridge Authority this week reviewed some technicalities and revisions requested by Enbridge for project specifications for the tunnel under the Straits of Mackinac. They include the technical requirements of the tunnel and

Holiday Travel Expenses To Be Up


Are you planning to travel over the holidays? If so, it’s going to cost you more, according to travel insurance expert Kathy Kimmel. She spoke with Michigan News Network about the holiday travel forecast. “With inflation, with

Jimmy Ray Green

Jimmy Ray Green, 66, of Hartford passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022, after a long battle with cancer. Jimmy was born on Jan. 20, 1956, in Georgia, to the late Charles L. and Eunice M. (Burnside)

Kamala Harris To Visit Michigan Tomorrow


Vice President Kamala Harris is set to visit metro Detroit this Saturday. She’s coming to raise money for Democrats, rally young voters, and tout the passage of legislation the administration says will turn up the production of

Real Estate Market Continues To Slow


The U.S. real estate market continues to slow. Rising costs are causing issues for both buyers and sellers. The good thing? Buyers have more to choose from as the inventory is rising, according to Karen Kage, the

October Is Bullying Prevention Month


October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and Thursday was anti-bullying day. According to a federal survey, 1 in 5 students report getting bullied. Author Kayla Taylor wrote “Canaries Among Us,” a book about a parent’s journey in

Whitmer, Dixon Square Off In Debate


Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Republican challenger Tudor Dixon have squared off in a debate. Speaking Thursday, the two sparred over issues ranging from abortion to school safety to crime to the roads. Kicking things off, the