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Hillside Lanes re-opens after Gov. orders shutdown

The Hillside Lanes bowling alley officially re-opened under new management on Sept. 9 after Gov. Whitmer’s executive order 2020-176, which permitted organized sports to...

City Council tied-up on trick-or-treating, feral cats

Halloween will go on as usual in Hillsdale this year.   The Hillsdale City Council addressed concerns about trick-or-treating amidst the COVID-19 pandemic but there was...

Rep. Leutheuser: A man committed to public service

As a staple of Hillsdale politics gears up to leave office, he leaves behind a lasting legacy of service to the Hillsdale community.  Eric Leutheuser,...

Anytime Fitness re-opens, offers free membership 

Anytime Fitness re-opened its doors Wednesday, Sept. 9, after six months of lockdowns. Six-year patron Michael McCarthy said it means “everything” to bring back...

Nash Drugs closing after nearly 50 years in Hillsdale

Nash Drugs, a pharmacy with locations in and around Hillsdale, will close Sept. 21  The small drugstore chain opened in Hillsdale in 1974. “As a result...