Residents rally in support of police

Dozens voice opposition to disbanding of police dept.   IMLAY CITY — The idea being floated to disband the Imlay City Police Department was highly unpopular among city residents attending last week’s commission meeting. On Tuesday, April 6, scores of residents...

Change of plans

Quick switch meant Lapeer County residents could still get vaccinated Tues.   TRI-CITY AREA — One of Lapeer County’s first mass vaccination clinics encountered a last minute change of plans but that didn’t stop local residents from getting protected against...

Dr. Subnani case is delayed again

Michigan AG office cites a series of adjournments   IMLAY CITY — The Michigan Attorney General’s case against Imlay City physician Dr. Madhu Subnani continues to move slowly, but deliberatively. Felony charges were brought against Dr. Subnani, 69, last fall by...

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...

Major projects set to start April 12

Contractors ready to rebuild in St. Clair County, resurface in Lapeer County TRI-CITY AREA — Work on two separate interstate projects is due to begin this Monday, April 12. The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) said that contractors will start repairing two...

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...