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Larger mosquito populations this year may feel like a curse, but specialists have said it could be a blessing in disguise.
“More mosquitoes can actually mean fewer mosquito-borne diseases,” said Dr. Carl Doud. He’s a mosquito specialist with the Midland County Health Department. Continue reading
Several Midland-based business and civic organizations and foundations have launched a new effort to promote economic development.
Long-known for being one of the state’s consistently thriving communities, Midland is being recognized in a new way that’s out of the park.
Building relationships, among other things, is important when considering a new business venture.
Two central Michigan men were arrested on charges for the illegal purchase of black bear parts.
Midland’s “tridge,” a three-way bridge that connects over the meeting of the Chippewa and Titabawassee Rivers. Photo courtesy by Downtown Midland.
Downtown areas are known to be the “cherry on top” of its respective city – a place to visit, shop and explore.