A 136-year-old building sits on Ridge Highway property approximately a mile north of its original location near Emman
With the state still in Phase 4 of Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s six-phase plan to reopen the state during the coronavi
The vacant southeast corner at 1208 W. Chicago Blvd. at Occidental Hwy.
The question of how high school sports will take place this fall is yet unanswered, but Tecumseh Public Schools has b
Thirty years of service to Lenawee County and the creation of various programs that help its residents are part of th
The August 4 primary election for Lenawee county has Sheriff Troy Bevier and Michael Breznick facing off to be the Re
In the 23 years that the Elizabeth Ruthruff Wilson Foundation has been in existence, it has promoted music and the pe
The Clinton Community Schools Board of Education voted unanimously at Monday night’s regular meeting to do away with
The majority of Monday night’s online meeting of the Tecumseh Public Schools Board of Education was spent discussing
The area of the former Tecumseh Products site on S.
It takes many years for a new business to be truly successful, and great businesses are built not only by the proprie
In spite of the interruption of classes when Tecumseh Public Schools closed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic,
The Clinton Community Schools Redskins mascot was challenged a decade ago by those who wanted to do away with the nam
Shortages due to the COVID-19 pandemic have hit local establishments, affecting business operations and service to cu
More than a month after the planned date, Tecumseh High School’s graduating class of 2020 will have the chance to cel
Tonya Miller, Tecumseh’s city clerk, wants residents to turn out to vote or complete their absentee ballot for the Au