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From Ketchup Bottles to the Arturo Fuente Opus X

Downtown Bay City has produced its fair share of success stories, but one might argue that the least likely in a “2017 Society” might be a Cigar Shop - a place where you can not only buy high end tobacco, but sit and smoke it, too. Indoors, of all things. (“Oh my!”)

16th November, 2017 | 0 Comments

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Mid-Michigan Music Joins the Renaissance in Old Town Saginaw

When it comes landmark businesses that have propagated both the growth and sustenance of the musical community in the Great Lakes Bay region, Mid-Michigan Music has withstood the test of time to set both the tone and the timbre for what the blueprint of a full-service musical instrument and professional audio company should looks & sound like that has resonated successfully for 30 years.

25th November, 2016 | 0 Comments

Originals & Giclee Prints Available for Purchase At Adomaitis Antiques

When artist Dennis Adomaitis passed away earlier this year, while he definitely left a void within the fabric of our community for the many people, students, friends and colleagues whose lives he touched with his talented hand and inclusive and gregarious nature; he also fortunately filled that void with an impressive legacy of original artwork that reflects the multitude of deep texture and boldly brash, richly colored beauty that he captured with his unique and discerning artistic eye.

03rd November, 2016 | 0 Comments

World Class Facility Celebrates its 20th Anniversary in 2017

The Delta College Planetarium & Learning Center, located at 100 Center Avenue in Bay City is an off-campus center for Delta College classes combined with a world class digital planetarium that will be celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2017.

22nd September, 2016 | 0 Comments

Creating a Legacy & Offering a Lifeline to Cancer Patients & Their Families

Captain Annie's Survivor chest is a non-profit foundation recently created by Kevin Hoerauf, Margaret LeClere and Tim Boychuck and born from a symbiotic goal dedicated to providing help and support to cancer patients and their families who are struggling throughout the Mid-Michigan area as they are going through cancer treatment; while also honoring the memories of two special people who lost their own battles with cancer in 2015: Kirk ‘The Captain’ LeClere and Annie Hoerauf.

11th August, 2016 | 0 Comments

Samaritas, one of the largest faith-based human services organizations in the state of Michigan, is hosting its first large, collaborative health fair at the Samaritas Community Center in Saginaw August 17, offering the community tools to empower families to be healthy on a budget.

11th August, 2016 | 0 Comments

Local Business Celebrates Milestone

Considering the numerous challenges encountered by small businesses, particularly in the face of increasing globalization and the banking crisis created by credit default SWOPS in 2008, it is no small feat that West Side Decorating Center in Saginaw is now popping the champagne and celebrating their 50th Anniversary throughout the month of July.

21st July, 2016 | 0 Comments

Evolution of a Destination Point in Downtown Saginaw

Since first opening 18-months ago, The Bancroft Coffee & Tea and Bancroft Wine & Martini Bar have managed to revitalize Downtown Saginaw with an embracing mixture of unpretentious hospitality, fine carefully crafted beverages, innovative food items, and creative entertainment opportunities, which has spear-headed a renaissance of attention and activity in the downtown corridor.

30th June, 2016 | 0 Comments

When it comes to martial arts, fighting styles, and self defense, an array of information along with misinformation can be found in abundance. Many teachers of many styles can be found across the Great Lakes Bay region alone; however, few are familiar with the true powers of the science based art of Wing Chun

30th June, 2016 | 0 Comments

A Bountiful Celebration of Culture & Community

Summer Festival season in the Great Lakes Bay Region kicks off once again with the annual St. Demetrios Greek Festival, which runs Father’s Day weekend this year from June 17-18-19th and will mark the 38th year of providing ethnic music, dance, and the finest variety of authentic & sumptuous Greek cuisine to the tri-city region and beyond.

09th June, 2016 | 0 Comments

The community of St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church of Saginaw, Michigan, has generously donated 900 cases of water to support the residents of Flint, amidst the on-going water crisis. The Flint Water Crisis Relief Drive was organized by Chairman Bill Tarachas and Dr. Lou Economou, Executive Chairman of the Greek Festival of Saginaw. They were responsible for organizing donations from six philanthropic groups within the St. Demetrios community.

19th May, 2016 | 0 Comments

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