John Lapham, who has represented District 2 on the Lenawee County Commission for the last 6 years, announced Wednesda
Vicki Riddle likes to be in the thick of things, and her role as a member of Tecumseh City Council gives her the chan
Tecumseh’s Brookside Cemetery at 501 N. Union St.
Leadership at Community Learning Connections (CLC) of Tecumseh has changed hands, but that doesn’t mean anything has
“One of the Best Festivals in Southeast Michigan” returns this month.
Tecumseh coach Jerry Nowak isn’t fretting and possibly for good reason.
Eight years have passed since students first developed ideas for an art space outdoors on the east side of Tecumseh H
COVID-19 cases in Lenawee County have increased steadily over the past few weeks, as have hospitalizations for the vi
Old National Bank recently held a fundraiser for Tecumseh’s 14-year-old Julianna Kurutz, raising almost $2,200.
Concern about rising COVID-19 cases prompted a discussion at Monday’s meeting of the Tecumseh Public Schools (TPS) bo
Rescuing animals is a habit that Jessica Stretch’s family can’t break, and their pets hit the jackpot when it comes t
The First Presbyterian Church of Tecumseh, 211 W.
Tecumseh resident Bill Swift is running for a seat on Tecumseh’s City Council and will be on the November 2 ballot al
A new yoga and massage studio in Raisin Township gives those looking for fitness options a place to learn healthy bod
Allie Neal will be entering fifth grade at Tecumseh’s middle school this fall, but that’s not her only claim to fame.
The Macon Township Hall at 10700 Ridge Hwy., Britton, also known as the Schroeder Cow Palace, is owned by local resid
For three Tecumseh-area golfers, 80 may well be the new 60.