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Minor Weed Charges No Longer Prosecuted In Calhoun County
Calhoun County Prosecutor David Gilbert announced on Monday that his office would no longer pursue cases for violations that will be legal once Proposal 1 becomes law; that includes possessing up to 2.5 ounces of weed on your person, 10 ounces in a secured place in your home, and 12 plants grown for…
LifeCare Seeks Changes To Battle Creek Ambulance Rules
The Battle Creek City Commission will have an ordinance introduced on Tuesday that will amend the city’s Ambulance Service rules at the request of LifeCare Ambulance.
Kalamazoo County To Drop Pot Possession Charges Ahead Of Prop 1
Kalamazoo County Prosecutor Jeff Getting has announced he will be dismissing marijuana charges that fall under what Michigan’s Proposal 1 will make legal.
Battle Creek Saw A 133 Percent Increase In Hate Crimes In 2017
The FBI has released their annual Hate Crime report for 2017, and it shows that hate crime incidents are on the rise around the country, including here in Michigan.
Plans To Reopen Battle Creek’s Fremont Elementary As ‘Magnet School’
The Battle Creek Public Schools held their board meeting Monday, and afterwards the announcement was made that a plan is being worked on to reopen Fremont Elementary School as a Magnet School.
New Coffee Shop Opens In Downtown Battle Creek
32 Social has opened its doors at 32 W. Michigan Ave, next to the Battle Creek Community Foundation and right across the street from the Heritage Tower.
City of Battle Creek Auctioning Off Impounded Vehicles
The vehicles impounded by the four towing companies the city works with span from a 1991 Chevy GMT-400 to a 2015 Ford Taurus, and even include a 2014 moped.
After Almost A Century, Battle Creek’s Swonks Flower Shop Is Closing
Swonks Flower Shop announced Wednesday that that they would be closing after 91 years of business.
Kellogg’s Honey Smacks Are Making A Comeback
The Battle Creek based corporation says Monday that Honey Smacks will return to market in "limited quantities" starting in November.
Battle Creek Unlimited Gets $150,000 To Court Drone Manufacturers
BCU says in a release that they were granted $150,000 by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, with most of that money going towards attracting manufacturers of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, commonly called drones.