Amanda Erspamer-Berry has submitted a grant proposal to fund Health & Fitness for Life program at Marquette Alternative High School.
To register, applicants must be at least 18 years old by Election Day and be a U.S. citizen.
The Marquette City Commission is not standing in the way of a block grant to help pay for winter storm damage.
Catering to the interests of U.P. seniors is part of the mission at Northern Michigan University. The Northern Center for Lifelong Learning held its first technology program on social media Monday.
A home invasion suspect, who has plead not guilty, will face a jury in Marquette County Circuit Court.
A Paper Tiger in the Rain by David Swanson, winner of the Albert and Mildred Panowski Playwriting Award at NMU, makes its World Premiere Tuesday.
The suspect in a murder in Escanaba was bound to Circuit Court on Monday.
A new thrift shop offers much more than just good deals on clothes.
Schuette announces AG investigation in alleged Aramark employee Murder-for-Hire in Chippewa County.
The meeting will be rescheduled for December at a location in the Upper Peninsula.
The four-day UNITED Conference covers topics ranging from people with disabilities to transgender people.
A young girl has been abducted and assaulted in the Kinross area.
Amanda Erspamer-Berry is in the running for a $100,000 grant. Find out how you can help her win.
Strong winds have caused Lakeshore Blvd. to be closed to through traffic.
Chrome Books and I-Pads are as common as pencils and paper.
Congressman Dan Benishek plans stops in Marquette and Chippewa counties.
Each year, DNR personnel evaluate one-tenth of the state forest.
Permits cost $20 and are for use on designated state forest land in the northern two-thirds of the state.
Now may be the best time to get your flu shot.
Customers can drop off donations at their local Secretary of State branch office.
Vote411 website provides public with election-related information
There are at least two known cases of Enterovirus D-68 in the U.P.
Veterans can get the 2014 flu shot at the Oscar G. Johnson V.A. facility in Iron Mountain or at one of many other V.A. clinics across the region.
The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians awarded $1.6 million to to battle chronic diseases in the Sault Tribe Service Area: tobacco, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.
Raising awareness and money to fight Alzheimer's with a party before the big walk.
It's Homecoming weekend at NMU, and for alumni it's a time to say hi to old friends and appreciate what they earned from their alma mater.
Ages 4 and up can participate.
A unique leadership training program for community members in Delta County.
Today is World Contraception Day. It's a world-wide campaign to promote safe sex.
This marks the 6th year NMU made the list.
The day after Bill Arbelius was acquitted of his charges, his attorney reflects back on the trial.
Two women's sports and two men's sports will be added to NMU Athletics over the next couple of years.
Michigamme Roadside Park honors Andy Sikkema for all his hard work put in at the Michigan Department of Transportation.
The winner will be offered a choice of several vacation prize packages at locations along the trail.
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson issues alert: Voters who used unofficial site to request ballot should check that their ballot is coming.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Friday Northern Michigan University will be holding the annual homecoming parade.
New program will help create healthier communities in the U.P.
The V.A. facility in Iron Mountain takes great pride in their care of veterans, and the people who run it are always looking for ways to do more.
Hang up if you get one of these calls.
NMU students got the chance to explore career opportunities.
The jury came to the decision of 'not guilty' in a case involving a former Republic police officer and Marq-Tran bus driver.
Northern Michigan University’s maintenance, dining services and police employees who comprise AFSCME Local 1094 have ratified a new contract.
Arbelius will not testify in day three of the trial.
The Marquette County Community Foundation has reached the $10,000 dollar goal for improvements to a local skate park.
BBB offers tips to after Jimmy John’s confirms major data breach.
An exploratory meeting for interested community arts supporters, alumni and music teachers will be held from Saturday.
Continued decrease of Canadian dollar to blame.
Michigan Attorney General Schuette says avoid a repeat of last winter's "sticker shock" by locking in prices now.
Snyder’s action comes during Deaf Awareness Week
Congressman Dan Benishek has strong support from a group of women, and they met Wednesday evening to discuss a variety of issues that are a big concern to group members.