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Saginaw was a lumberyard and manufacturing center, its first permanent settlement, other than that of Native Americans, was in 1815. Today Saginaw has its own Children's Zoo, the Temple Theater, The Andersen Enrichment Center and Lucille E. Andersen Memorial Rose Garden, and The Saginaw Art Museum. Saginaw is probably most well known from the song "America" by Simon and Garfunkel where it is mentioned. It was also once the hometown of Stevie Wonder.

Population: 61799
Local Newspapers: The Saginaw News
Local Sports Teams: Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
Local Colleges: Delta College

Zip Codes associated with saginaw, michigan: 48601 48602 48603 48604 48607 48609
Towns/Cities near saginaw, michigan : Carrollton Zilwaukee Buena Vista Bridgeport Shields Freeland

Saginaw News
Stack of books and mouse. Online education and business concept

From the Associated Press - A few dozen people staged a protest against the potential closings of up to 38 underperforming schools across the state. The group marched from a Lansing church to the state Capitol complex where they were unsuccessful in meeting with Michigan's director of Technology, Management and Budget.

Omoni Boutique coming to Uptown Bay City

Owner Jessica Hill opened her first boutique at 108 N. Michigan, near Pasong's Cafe, Cebula Fine Jewelry and Rock Your Locks Salon , in October. She also has an online store at www.omoniboutique.com .

Police respond to report of missing boater presumed dead in Saginaw River

Saginaw County 911 Director Randy Pfau said the report came in and officers were responding to the scene just before 8 a.m. Friday, Feb. 24. On Saturday, Feb. 18, Reginald Smith, 35, of Saginaw attempted to leave behind his disabled boat and swim to shore about 8:25 p.m. near the Lee Street Boat Launch south of Old Town when he went under, said Saginaw County Sheriff's Office Lt. Mike Gomez.

Michigan Courts Selected to Participate in NCJFCJ's Implementation Sites Project

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges has selected the 10th Circuit Court, Family Division in Saginaw, Mich.

Potential record highs today

Our early taste of Spring hasn't eased up in the slightest as we head into the second half of the week. The mercury continues to climb even higher today, and it could be some all-time record warmth! Fog continues to lift this afternoon, and we are left with mostly cloudy skies.

I-Team Report: Spring forecast

"We're really geared up this time of the year because everybody wants a chance to get out there and hit some more balls again," Ankenbrandt said. "They see golf on TV.

Spring warmth continues, brings rain

Vitamin D levels across Michigan got a nice boost over the weekend as we were treated to an early visit from some serious Spring warmth and sunshine. The warm temperatures shattered record highs by 9 degrees in both Saginaw and Flint, and it isn't done with us just yet.

Rescuers continue search for man swept away in Saginaw River

Rescue efforts continue Sunday to find a man who went under in the Saginaw River and never came back up Saturday night. The 35-year-old Saginaw man had attempted to leave behind his disabled boat and swim to shore around 8:25 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, near the Lee Street Boat Launch south of Old Town when he went under, said Saginaw County Sheriff's Office Lt.

Record-breaking temperatures bring big crowd to Outhouse Races

The record for Saginaw and Bay City was set in 1981 at 53 degrees , according to MLive's Mark Torregrossa. As of 11:38 a.m., it was already 55 degrees in Saginaw.

Digital sign removed from outside Memorial Gardens

A crew worked past dark Friday to demolish the wall that once held the digital sign. Photo by Stu Campaigne.

See projects totaling $92 million investment in Saginaw County in 2016

More than 30 economic development projects representing a total investment of nearly $92 million in Saginaw County were honored Friday, Feb. 17, during Saginaw Future Inc.'s 25th Annual Awards Luncheon. The 32 projects announced in 2016 are valued at nearly $92 million and will create or retain more than 1,000 jobs, according to a Saginaw Future news release.

Lecture examines Catholic Worker movement founder and her conversion

Peace activist, oral historian and author Rosalie G. Riegle will discuss Catholic Worker movement co-founder Dorothy Day and the foundation of her Catholicism at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 2, in St. Benedict Chapel on the fourth floor of Kindlon Hall at Benedictine University. Riegle is visiting as part of the annual Benedictine Heritage Lecture Series, which celebrates the founding of the University and reflects its Catholic tradition and Benedictine heritage.

From the A-J's Pages: Convicted killer who jumped bail arrested thanks to TV crime show

A convicted killer who jumped bail in Texas after being accused of sexual assault was arrested Saturday after a person saw him featured on a television crime show and altered authorities.

Community outraged after former teacher convicted of sex crimes allowed back on school grounds

There is controversy surrounding a former Mid-Michigan teacher who was accused and convicted of sexual misconduct involving several students. Saginaw County Court recently ruled she is allowed back on school grounds where she once taught because her children also happen to be students there.

SVSU police officers pull crash victims from water-filled ditch

Saginaw Valley State University Police Officers Ryan Persails and Charles Coleman II were the first to respond after a car crashed into a water-filled ditch in the early morning hours of Friday, Feb. 17, off the university campus in Zilwaukee Township. "The car was sinking and both individuals were still in that deep water there, so they ended up pulling them out from the ditch," said SVSU Police Chief Leo Mioduszewski.

Consumers Energy to Reconstruct Line 2800 Pipeline, a 24' Natural Gas Pipeline

Consumers Energy is joining the pipeline party. In the last year, I have represented property owners in pipeline projects brought by Wolverine Pipe Line Company, ET Rover, Nexus Pipeline, and DTE.

James Nichols, brother of Oklahoma city bomber, dies at Saginaw hospital

James Nichols, the brother of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols, has died following a lengthy illiness. He was 62. Agents raided James Nichols' farm in Decker two days after the April 1995 bombing that killed 168 people after his brother and Timothy McVeigh were identified as suspects.

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