Grant helps serve those in isolation due to COVID-19

LAPEER COUNTY — The county’s health department has received grant funding to assist residents impacted by the coronavirus. The Lapeer County Community Foundation recently granted the county agency $4,000 to assist with what they refer to as “wrap-around” services for...

Archway to be restored

Imlay Township Cemetery’s 150-plus year-old sign now in local workshop IMLAY TWP. — The restoration of a piece of local history is now underway. Last month, the archway at the Imlay Township Cemetery was carefully removed from its supports and transported to Rick...

Help wanted: Area clerks need election workers

  TRI-CITY AREA — In the run up to November’s general election, officials across the country and state say there’s a desperate need for poll workers, but does that same urgency exist locally? Some clerks from the Tri-City area say they’ve got the help they need...

Police lauded for efforts at house fire

Imlay City officer, Lapeer Sheriff deputies tended to Imlay City victims LAPEER — Four police officers who responded to the scene of a fatal February 2019 house fire in Imlay City were honored last week by the Police Officers Association of Michigan (POAM) as their...

New COVID case counts in single digits locally

TRI-CITY AREA — For the first time in several weeks, both Lapeer and St. Clair county’s new COVID-19 case counts are in the single digits. As of Monday, Sept. 14, the Lapeer County Health Department reported just nine new cases in one week’s time. An additional death...