VA Director, staff reaching out to Vets

Some eligible veterans still not applying for earned benefits   LAPEER COUNTY — Vietnam veteran Jack Reed, 75, and his wife, Diane, have lived in Lapeer County for more than 40 years. It took all of that time for them to seek out information about the various...

Legality of police dept. changes questioned

Language of city charter under scrutiny IMLAY CITY — As Imlay City Commissioners mull the possible dissolution of the Imlay City Police Department, questions have arisen about the legality and legitimacy of such a proposition. Some residents have posed the issue to...

Imlay City Fire Dept. needs new recruits

Fire Chief Rick Horton says ‘commitment’ a requisite IMLAY CITY — Responding to a fire alarm at any time of day and in all types of weather is not something that appeals to everyone. Which explains why the Imlay City Fire Department is currently in serious need of new...

Idea floated to disband dept.

Mayor will host one-on-one discussions Thursday, April 1 IMLAY CITY — City officials have decided to temporarily postpone discussion of a plan to disband the Imlay City Police Department and place it under the authority of the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Department. City...

Police respond to shooting outside house

  IMLAY CITY — Imlay City Police responded at around 10:40 a.m. on Friday (March 26) to a report of shots being fired at a location in the 300 block of  Second Street. Police Chief Scott Pike reported that a verbal dispute had occurred outside the residence...