Brad Carpenter graduated from Galesburg-Augusta High in 1971, and worked as a freelance photographer/writer, radio host and other assorted jobs. He is currently semi-retired and living the dream.
Another Shooting Strikes Battle Creek
Battle Creek Police respond to a shooting, Thursday afternoon.
Two Young Men Shot In Battle Creek
Two young men were shot early Sunday morning in Battle Creek.
Battle Creek Fire Chief Resigns
The City of Battle Creek has begun a search for a new fire chief.
State Police Seek Help In Breaking & Entering
The Michigan State Police Marshall Post is seeking the public’s help in recovering some stolen property.
Three Battle Creek Marijuana Businesses Forced To Close
Three medical marijuana businesses in Battle Creek were ordered to close, over the past two weeks.
Will Battle Creek Be Struck By A Chinese Space Station This Weekend?
Residents living in the southern Lower Peninsula of Michigan may want to prepare for the crashing of a Chinese space station that is due to enter the Earth’s atmosphere between Saturday and Wednesday.
Recall Petitions Submitted In Bedford Township
Bedford Charter Township issued a press release, Wednesday afternoon, stating that the Calhoun County Clerk-Elections Office received Recall Petition Language from Bedford Charter Township registered elector Kraig Dingman desiring to recall Bedford Charter Township Supervisor Adam Heikkila.
Marshall Man Killed In Accident
A 38 year-old Marshall man failed to negotiate a curve and struck a tree early Sunday morning on 14 Mile Road near P Drive North.
Spring Clean-up Starts Monday
Curbside yard waste pickup begins the week of March 26th.Yard waste pickup will continue through Nov. 30 this year. City residents may place yard waste items at the curb on their regular trash/recycling pickup days each week.
Woman Freed After 17 Years Due To Battle Creek Murder
Hattie Mae Tanner will gain freedom after serving17 years in prison for a murder which she was wrongly convicted.