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Past articles by Chloe:

Spring clean-up of Jackson parks begins with this kickoff event

This will be an opportunity for interested volunteers to learn more about People for the Parks and Trails. → Read More

Green beer, live music, Irish food: Here’s where to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Jackson County

There are lots of festivities happening throughout Jackson County on Friday, March 17, 2023. → Read More

A new ‘cool’ pain treatment business has arrived in Jackson

CryoHealth offers cryotherapy services, where low temperatures are used to treat pain. → Read More

Museum members can now buy tickets for Jackson’s 2023 Art, Beer & Wine Festival

This year’s festival will feature more than 100 Michigan wineries, breweries and cideries. → Read More

Michigan’s Best Local Eats: Spring is sweet and spicy at Two Lakes Tavern in the Irish Hills

Salmon, a shrimp boil, burnt ends and more are featured items on the new menu. → Read More

What’s that in Jackson? Former Lone Star Steakhouse may see new occupant

The building has been purchased and repairs and renovations are coming, the new owner said. → Read More

Indian Trails cancels bus services in Jackson due to weather Friday, March 3

All tickets will be moved to the next day for travel, officials said. → Read More

Wood-fired pizza, beautiful murals top 2023 ‘Best of Jackson’ awards

The awards are given annually by Jackson Magazine. → Read More

Center for Family Health names new CEO

JACKSON, MI –Jackson’s Center for Family Health has selected a new CEO. Bill Wypyski will take over as CEO on May 30. Molly Kaser retired from the position in March 2022, and Sara Benedetto, the center’s chief operating officer, has served as the interim CEO while the search for a permanent leader was done. → Read More

KeniKakes & More is moving in to new brick-and-mortar shop

The restaurant offers a diverse range of sweets, soul food and home-cooked meals. → Read More

A Jimmy Buffet tribute band is coming to Jackson County

Tickets are on sale now and start at $15. → Read More

Michigan’s Best Local Eats: Cakesicles are on the sweet treat menu The Five Forks

People can find a range of rotating cakes, cupcakes and chocolate-covered Oreos. → Read More

Jackson-area office closings, event cancellations for Thursday, Feb. 23

An ice storm knocked out power to thousands in Jackson County. → Read More

It’s fish fry time! Here’s where to find the Lenten treat in Jackson County in 2023

Lent is here, and with it comes the traditional Friday fish fries. → Read More

Roaming Goat coffee shop seeks a new owner to avoid closing in Grass Lake

The coffee shop opened in 2016. → Read More

Greyhound ends busing contract in Jackson, new provider will continue routes

Consistency of service and local ownership were the key factors in partnering with the new provider, officials said. → Read More

Country music concert series coming to downtown Jackson

Concerts, which begin in May, are being planned throughout the summer. → Read More

Artist known for uplifting children is featured at Jackson museum for Black History Month

His art is showcased in an exhibit, called “Precious Moments in Time.” → Read More

‘Doing the right thing’ has helped Craft Agency thrive 100 years in Jackson

The agency began in early 1923. → Read More

Michigan’s Best Local Eats: A Horton ice-cream shop has a double bacon cheeseburger to die for

It has ice-cream treats, for sure, but don’t ignore its hot foods. → Read More