PULLMAN, Mich. -- A gas station in one West Michigan community became the place to be this Thanksgiving, all thanks to a group of people who decided to pay it forward. Pullman is a small town, but the station's operators expected around 500 people to come through their doors throughout the day. This wasn't your typical gas station meal. The Marathon Gas Station was home to a full turkey dinner with all the fixings. For this town, it was about more than just a meal.
MUSKEGON, Mich. -- It was standing room only at the Muskegon Public Schools board meeting Tuesday night. Many teachers and parents were there to express their frustration with the school's administration. Some teachers say the administrators are getting substantial raises, some upwards of $15,000, while their salaries have been frozen the past few years. It's something both sides agree needs to change.
BELDING, Mich.– A local church hosted a special fundraiser on Saturday night for a woman critically injured in a motorcycle accident. Marty Warner sustained critical injuries in that crash in September. Her husband, Michael, did not survive. Warner told Fox 17 on Saturday she is doing much better physically and mentally. She’s not a member of the First Congressional Church in Belding where the benefit was held, but she was amazed to see them willing to support her and help her in this time of need.
Standing room only at Muskegon Public School Board meeting tonight. Teachers frustrated with administrators they say are receiving raises while their salaries have been frozen @FOX17https://t.co/kFfNIQ9kMM
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Selecting a term
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