‘Meet the Heroes’ event is Saturday

Past and present Imlay City Fire Department is subject of new exhibit at historical museum IMLAY CITY — Not long after what was then called the village of Imlay was settled in 1870, the population began to grow. Just 18 months later, more than 500 people called the...

Almont’s history on glass

Museum Open House features vintage glass plate photographs ALMONT — Area residents have a rare opportunity to literally take a peek back in time at the Almont Community Historical Museum this weekend. An Open House at the museum will run this Friday, March 29 from 5-6...

Imlay’s Spence is ‘Teacher of Year’

Second consecutive year Imlay City teacher honored at Science Fair IMLAY CITY — It’s been two awards in two years for Imlay City teachers at the Flint Regional Science Fair. Earlier this month, Borland’s David Spence was named the fair’s 2019 Teacher...

New director at helm of Four County Foundation

Janet Bauer to retire, Kathy Dickens chosen to take her place TRI-CITY AREA — The Four County Community Foundation (FCCF) Board has unanimously selected Kathy Dickens to serve as the organization’s new executive director. Dickens, who has been employed 26 years...

Curiosity & innovation

Maple Vista resident’s ‘Pet Express’ a patented invention IMLAY CITY — The Maple Vista independent living facility in Imlay City has been home to many successful and notable individuals over the years. But to the knowledge of current staff, none of...

Life-saving boost

Muir family donates $2,000 to smoke alarm program IMLAY CITY — When residents Sharon and Bob Muir read about the Imlay City Firemen’s Association plans to provide free smoke detectors to families that need them, they knew they wanted to help. On Monday, March...