Roadwork may begin as early as this week in Portage Township if road restrictions are lifted in time, said Don Reed, township supervisor.
Newberry residents brought concerns about the village’s new trash hauling contract with Green for Life Environmental (GFL) to the Newberry Village Council.
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Helen Newberry Joy Hospital, is hosting a ribbon-cutting and grand opening at the Eckerman Health Clinic new clinic building on May 19, 2022.
David Burke, Sr., was selected as Newberry Correctional Facility’s 2022 Correctional Officer of the Year.
Sometimes when I am out wandering the world, I think: What could Newberry do to be more attractive?
Longtime Newberry resident Anthony Kitzman is a familiar face in the Newberry community. He is always ready to assist and lend a helping hand in his hometown.
If you have an old stone fireplace and chimney in the Newberry area, chances are it is an Edwin Duflo original.
Members of the Pentland Township Board heard a proposal for the moving of the Newberry Feeding America distribution location at their monthly meeting.
The two churches alternate every other week in interdenominational faith, and a consolidation is under consideration.
Up North Laundry owners Ryan Bennett and Brian LeBoeuf are the new owners of The Washboard laundromat, 110 W. John Street.
Newberry sophomore Kaylen Clark bounced back in convincing fashion here Saturday by winning two races in the first Manistique Emerald Invitational track meet.
Saturday, May 14, will be a special day for Chris Nance, who broke multiple records and lit up scoreboards during her time at NHS and in college with LSSU.
The Newberry Varsity Baseball team is in the middle of what may be their biggest week of the regular season.
Fishing in Lake Superior? You can help the Michigan Department of Natural Resources evaluate the Lake Superior splake fishery by reporting marked splake.
Michigan sports about 25 species of amphibians, mostly frogs and salamanders, which in the world of amphibians is a rather small showing.
The DNR is encouraging people to grab a shovel and a tree and join in planting 50 million trees by 2030 as part of the 1T.org Trillion Trees campaign.