Articles by Phil Heimerl
Alpena Community College and UM-Flint have come to an agreement that will allow ACC nursing students to enter into a bachelors degree program.
The Salvation Army in Alpena is again offering free hot lunches this summer, to all kids 18 years old and under.
A young Alpena man with a history of violent behavior is back in jail.
Two men are in jail for allegedly passing counterfeit $100 bills in northern Michigan.
Some manholes along Chisholm Street and State Avenue in Alpena need to be repaired.
State Rep. Peter Pettalia has introduced legislation that will put money in the pockets of local governments and school districts.
Michigan lawmakers have put the finishing touches on a bill that allows property owners on the Great Lakes to remove vegetation without a state permit.
Nik Wallenda is ready to add yet another amazing feat to the storied and sometimes tragic Wallenda family history with his walk across Niagara Falls.