Dan Swallow didn’t have his sights set on becoming a city manager when he was in college studying environmental issue
Tecumseh Public Schools (TPS) has announced that all students will remain on the distance learning model until Wednes
With a directive by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services that took effect on November 18 to reduce CO
When Clinton Arts Center founder Ruth Knoll embarked on a plan to create a community arts center in downtown Clinton,
Kelly Jo Gilmore, director of the Tecumseh Center for the Arts (TCA), is hoping patrons will want to make their mark
While large retailers still expect holiday shoppers to find ways to spend money at their stores, local merchants hope
The Tecumseh Planning Commission held a public hearing on Tuesday to consider the eligibility to convert the Tecumseh
For Tecumseh resident Jack Beach and his wife, Margaret, the past is more than just history.
For some Tecumseh families, Santa Claus works directly with Tecumseh Service Club to make the holidays merry and brig
While the country waited Wednesday morning for the results of the presidential election, a close race between Preside
Barry Brablec, a self-avowed war history buff, has traveled to many historic World War II (WWII) locations, including
A familiar face is back at Tecumseh Public Schools (TPS).
A purchase agreement counter-offer for the sale of the administration building at $30,000 was approved at Monday’s me
A local organization that distributes fresh food to area residents with stretched budgets aims to fill the gap betwee
Family Farm & Home has announced that its 66th store will be coming soon to Tecumseh to occupy the 45,000-square-
While the presidential election on Tuesday, Nov.