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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…
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.
Kellogg Company ‘Restructuring’, Battle Creek Could Lose 60 Jobs
The Battle Creek-based Kellogg Company is planning to undertake a major restructuring of their North American business, and up to 60 jobs in town could be lost in the process.
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.
State Police Conduct Sex Offender Compliance Sweep In Kalamazoo
The MSP says that earlier this week, officers swept through Kalamazoo to verify that registered sex offenders are reporting the required information.
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.
Kalamazoo Strong’s Former Director Sentenced To Probation For Embezzlement
Former Kalamazoo Strong director Rachel Kaiser was sentenced on Monday to 24-months of probation, after she pleaded guilty to using a computer to commit a crime.
The Cleanup In Bronson Park Cost Almost $17,000
All of the homeless protesters tents and items had to be removed and disposed of, with reportedly some of these items being ones that were donated by the community.
Georgia-Pacific Partners With DEQ To Investigate PFAS In Parchment
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality says Monday that they have established a “mutual agreement” with Georgia-Pacific to investigate sites that were believed to have contributed to Per and Polyfleuroalkyl Substances being discovered in Parchment’s city water system.