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In observation of National Recovery Month in September, and to honor individuals and families who have experienced or been affected by substance abuse and addiction, the Connexion Point treatment and recovery organization is preparing to host its second Walk for Recovery Awareness on Saturda…

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More than 150 people are planning to participate in the third annual Ludington Area Pickleball Summer Open tournament, which starts Friday, Sept. 6 at the Oriole Field tennies courts.

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It’s going to be a musical family celebration at Shagway Arts Barn on Saturday, when the venue will host an album release party for Marry Miller and the Miller Family Band from 5 to 8 p.m.

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COVE is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, and there will be an event to mark the occasion on Friday, Sept. 6 at Trillium Creek Rustic Barn at 3232 W. Conrad Road in Amber Township.

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The City of Ludington published a letter to residents and community visitors Thursday, in which City Manager Mitch Foster detailed the planned reconstruction of Loomis Street this spring.

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SCOTTVILLE — Mason County Central school board trustees on Monday authorized Superintendent Jeff Mount and Business Manager Chris Courtland Willick to accept the low-interest bid for an operational loan to cover the district’s expenses until state aid is received for the year.

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The Ludington North Breakwater Lighthouse is an icon for the Ludington community, and despite the high water levels causing problems and frequent breakwater closures, tourists continue to visit and volunteer lighthouse keepers continue to work.

A 39-year-old Luington man was sentenced to time in the Mason County Jail receiving stolen property and then pawning it Tuesday in 51st Circuit Court,

Despite letters written by his family and a statement read by the accused, Judge Susan K. Sniegowski sentenced a 32-year-old Baldwin man to time with the Michigan Department of Corrections Tuesday in 51st Circuit Court.

BIARRITZ, France (AP) — The world economy is getting shakier by the day, the Amazon has burned its way to the center of the climate change debate, and the leaders of the world's leading democracies will sit around a single table, theoretically charged with coming up with solutions for the bi…