Buyers are getting more creative than ever before and doing everything from going well above the asking price, penning emotional letters...to some more DANGEROUS moves... like skipping inspections and waiving appraisals.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 7,185 new COVID-19 illnesses Saturday to Monday for a total of 995,910. The daily average of 2,395 newly confirmed cases is around 400 less cases than Friday’s total.
20-year-old Taylor Poling loved to rebuild BMX bikes and compete at the local Special Olympics. The Saginaw woman’s smile, friends and family said, could light up a room, a light that was snuffed out all too soon.
Organizers say Motor City Match works to help build retail density throughout the city. Business owners apply quarterly for financial and technical assistance. They also can apply for assistance to make improvements.
Officials said that Iosco County Prosecuting Attorney James A. Bacarella has charged Justine Marie Johnson of Oscoda with one count of Felony Murder and one count of First Degree Child Abuse In the death of a three-year-old girl found in a garbage bag.
“Our staff, our community-- this is something that is going to become very important to our district. The amount of bond projects that we’re going to be able to do with $55 million is tremendous,” said Linden superintendent Russ Ciesielski
It’s a group of power companies that want to develop a nuclear waste storage site again in the Great Lakes Basin. The new facility would bury 128 million pounds of highly radioactive waste, move Kildee says hurts the Great Lakes even more.