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Excellence in Education award for Kerri Moccio

Excellence in Education award for Kerri Moccio

By Joyce Ervin Milan resident and Bedford Elementary School teacher, Kerri Moccio hit the lotto for a $1,500 cash prize recently given for an Excellence in Education award along with a $500 grant for her classroom from the Michigan Lottery. Moccio is known closer to home for her book project, Book Fairy Pantry Project, through Aid in […]

Highlights from January City Council

By Martha Churchill Milan Police Chief Donald Tillery proposed the city join a program with the DEA, US Drug Enforcement Administration. He said he would like to assign one police officer to the DEA strike force. The officer’s job would be to join other officers in the area to search out and arrest drug kingpins. […]

When is it time to give up the keys?

By Marie Gress, LLMSW – Director of Operations at Milan Seniors for Healthy Living Flashback: you are a teenager and someone drops the car keys in your hands for the very first time. Remember the glorious feelings of freedom and independence? Now imagine someone forcing you to give up your keys. Our natural inclination is […]

A letter from the Mayor

A letter from the Mayor

Hello Milanites!! Its hard to believe that my first month as your newly elected Mayor has already come to a close. I wanted to thank the entire city staff for their dedication to the City and their patience in bringing me up to speed on the details of their work. We are truly blessed to […]

Finding ways to work out in the winter

By MSU Extension When the weather gets cold, getting a workout in can become increasingly challenging, and numerous Americans experience weight gain during the winter months. Why? We eat more: people tend to increase consumption of food (especially around the holidays, but also throughout the rest of winter). Generally, we are less physically active. In […]