Haunted Museum in Bay City Ends Saturday Night

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Local Volunteers and ghost hunters host The Edson Incident through this Saturday in Bay City. The Edson Incident is loosely based on a true story involving the naval destroyer docked near the Independence Bridge in Bay City.

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Local group works to fight opiate crisis

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A local organization is trying to raise awareness that opiate addiction doesn’t discriminate and it is a problem in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

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Group believes prayer is helping Bay City grow

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A group in Bay City spends its Saturday mornings walking local neighborhoods. Though they look like they’re just out for exercise, the difference is that while they walk they’re covering the city in prayer.

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Bay County Executive Joins Prescription Drug Fight

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Bay County Executive Jim Barcia says the County Commission agreed to join the class action lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies to try to recoup some emergency management costs in the opioid crisis.

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Two Local Municipalities Look for Ways to Fund Fire Departments

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Two local fire departments are facing funding problems and looking for ways to solve them. The City of Saginaw Fire Department will close one of its stations in order to trim its budget, and in Bangor Township Commissioners are looking at ways to raise revenue.

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Empty the Shelter Event set for Saturday in Midland and Bay

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For thousands of dogs and cats in Michigan Shelters an event this Saturday could mean a new home. Bissell Pet Foundation, a Grand Rapids based animal welfare support organization helps with costs.

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STEM Summit Comes to Great Lakes Bay Region

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At the end of this month the second regional STEM Summit is planned at Delta College. Matt Felan is President and CEO of the Great Lakes bay Regional Alliance and talks about the event.

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Bangor Looks to Residents to Help Fund Fire Services

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Bangor Township will hold a public hearing on Tuesday October 10th at 6 pm at the township hall to hear comments on the need to set up a special assessment district.

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VA Offers Help to Suicidal Veterans

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Veterans are killing themselves at a rate twice as high as civilians in Michigan. Saginaw VA Mental Health Chief, Doctor Nazzareno Liegghio explains.

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Buick City Site to See Renovation - Jobs

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A new 160,000 square foot facility and the hope of 600 new jobs in flint could be the start of the city’s come-back.

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Saginaw Fire Department Denied Grant Funds

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The City of Saginaw will have fewer fire fighters in the new year after being turned down for $2.5 million in FEMA funds.

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Delta President Invites Public Input into Saginaw Center

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Two sessions are scheduled to give local residents a chance to take a look at Delta College’s proposed new facility in downtown Saginaw.

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Bay City Opts into Medical Marijuana Legislation

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With neighboring townships already benefiting from medical marijuana ordinances, Bay City has agreed to start work on its own. Ed Clements is 8th Ward Commissioner and a supports the initiative.

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The First State of the Bay Conference Comes to Bay City

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It’s the first time the Saginaw Bay Watershed Initiative will bring together experts to talk about not only issues around the Saginaw Bay, but the rivers and tributaries that connect to it. The State of the Bay Conference is set for September 27th.

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Upcoming Events Hope to End Debilitating Disease

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Alzheimer’s disease is just one of many forms of dementia and affects tens of thousands of people throughout Michigan. Three local fundraiser walks are planned over the next few weeks to help raise awareness and end the stigma surrounding the debilitating disease.

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