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Downtown Development Director Michelle Sponseller said Mount Pleasant's annual holiday event is the largest and most expensive event put on by the city. Festivities require a budget exceeding $22,500 and planning begins immediately after the previous one ends.
Mount Pleasant will kick off the holidays with caroling, a parade of lights and a special Christmas tree lighting at 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1 in downtown.
He was working on the day he was rushed to the University of Michigan Health Care System in Ann Arbor. He died Nov. 21, the following day.
Parking on the street and in city lots is prohibited in non-downtown areas from 2-5 a.m. beginning Friday until April 1, 2018.
Members of the City Commission discussed components of the proposed code that have drawn criticism from some members of the community.
The commission did not take action on the ordinance and scheduled a public work session for 5 p.m. Nov. 28 at City Hall.
The Community Thanksgiving Dinner started at the church on Nov. 26, 1987 and has taken place every year since.
The following incidents were reported to the Mount Pleasant Police Department and Central Michigan University Police Department between Oct. 31 and Nov. 6.
In 2013, two childhood friends and longtime comic book enthusiasts set out to organize a convention for fans of pop culture who couldn't afford more expensive shows in the area.
Grad student Kristin LaLonde and senior William Joseph will join the commission on Jan. 1, following their election victory Tuesday night.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan announced it has reached a resolution under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Mount Pleasant residents will be able to experience a pop culture convention in their own backyard when FantastiCon comes to Soaring Eagle Casino Nov. 11 thru Nov. 12.
The six candidates running for City Commission are Damian Fisher, William Joseph, Kristin LaLonde, Rick Rautanen, Amy Perschbacher and Marni Taylor.
Both incidents are under investigation, according to police. CMUPD offered tips to those who live in residence halls.
Macomb freshman Ryan Tsatsos was killed in a hit and run crash Nov. 1, 2015, on Crawford Road between Billabrail Street and Concourse Drive after walking back to his dorm from a Halloween party.
Tsatsos was killed Nov. 1, 2015 on Crawford Road between Billabrail Street and Concourse Drive in Mount Pleasant.
After 10 years of being one of three competing Halloween stores in Mount Pleasant, locally-owned Halloween Central is in its last season of business.
The incident took place after 2 a.m. Oct. 28 on US-127/northbound River Road, said Isabella County Sheriff Michael Main.
The commission comprises seven residents of Mount Pleasant who make decisions that impact students and non students alike. Two seats are up for contention in this year’s November election and the two incumbents aren’t running.
The following incidents were handled by the Mount Pleasant Police Department and the Central Michigan University Police Department from Oct. 15-22.