Articles by Phil Heimerl
An 18 year-old Ossineke man was not seriously injured Tuesday afternoon, when a car hit him as he was riding his bike on Chisholm Street.
The Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Alpena will be broadcasting live footage this weekend, from a shipwreck.
The City of Alpena wants to remind property owners of their responsibility to trim and maintain trees and vegetation.
The City of Alpena is opening its public works service center this Saturday, for residents who want to drop off bagged grass and other yard waste.
True North Radio was notified late Tuesday morning, the Attorney General’s Office has filed an application for leave to appeal in the case against Presque Isle County Prosecutor Rick Steiger.
The upcoming meeting of the Michigan Natural Resources Commission will be important to hunters across the region.
A democratic candidate for the Alpena County Treasurer’s position does not want your vote.
One of 92 prospective troopers enrolled in a new State Police training program is from northeast Michigan.