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Battle Creek’s Record Box Now Booking For Events
The Record Box is looking to open for business in the fall of this year, in the space that was originally built over 100 years ago to build cereal cartons.
New Holland Brewery In Battle Creek Delayed Until At Least June 2020
New Holland Brewing Company was awarded $200,000 in financial assistance in spring 2018 to rehab the property at 64 W. Michigan Ave. and transform it into a brewpub; initial announcements said that it would be open in spring of this year.
Implementation Of Battle Creek’s Distracted Driving Rules Delayed
The city says that in order to enforce the ordinance they need to put up signs at entrances and exits to the city, informing drivers of the distracted driving rules.
Another Medical Pot Dispensary Is Coming To Battle Creek Area
Common Citizen is working to set up shop in Emmett Township, and offer a unique type of service to their customers; Common Citizen is run by a group of individuals from Detroit, who opened their first medical dispensary in Flint in June.
Bill Introduced To Bar Michigan Law Enforcement From Using Facial Recognition
Rep. Isaac Robinson says that his bill was inspired by research which shows that facial recognition technology can misidentify black people, leading to an “unacceptable bias”.
Battle Creek’s Masonic Lodge Suffers ‘Extensive Damage’ In Fire Tuesday
Battle Creek Firefighters responded around 3am to the Battle Creek Masonic Center on E. Michigan Ave. between City Hall and the Justice Center.
Three Dead After Mother Drives Her Kids Into Kalamazoo River
Officers learned Monday night that a woman had just driven her vehicle into the Kalamazoo River, with her two children inside.
Battle Creek Public Schools, Grand Valley State University Team Up To Increase Access To C…
This partnership will allow Battle Creek Public Schools students to get ready for careers in Education, Health, and STEM fields, leading all the way to BCPS Juniors and Seniors being able to earn college credit and build their path towards higher education.
The Heritage Tower Isn’t ‘The Heritage Tower’ Anymore
In a press release, Mark Harmsen from MDH Development says that the location at 25 W Michigan Ave. has been renamed as “The Milton”.
Kalamazoo Weighs Options On Recreational Pot Businesses
City Attorney Clyde Robinson's recommendation was that Kalamazoo opt-out of allowing recreational pot businesses, such as growers, processors, and retailers, at least for now.