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A 93-pound Petoskey Stone illegally removed from Lake Michigan in 2015 is getting a new home.


The state stone was found by a Manistee County man in Leelanau County.



Hearts for Houston

The arts community of Northern Michigan is coming together to raise funds for communities impacted by hurricanes Irma and Harvey.

A new book tackles poverty, addiction, and female friendship and follows the main character as she is drawn into the life of  a friend, who struggles with opioid addiction.

The Environmental Protection Agency is investigating the source of toxic vapors found in several Petoskey condominiums built on a former superfund site.

The condos were built on the former site of the Petoskey Manufacturing Company - which was known to have been contaminated with trichloroethylene, a chemical linked to cancer.

The EPA was monitoring the site but did not believe the chemicals were concentrated enough to enter into homes until sampling on the site in January showed elevated levels of the chemical.