Caseville Chamber of Commerce reminded fans that due to the COVID-19 pandemic that will be no Cheeseburger Festival of any size occurring this year.
48 Huron County businesses that received PPP loans noted a total of 2,137 retained employees in the loan application. It’s estimated that between $16.2 to $36.6 million in PPP loans were made to businesses utilizing this program in the Upper Thumb.
Archives of Michigan is pleased to announce a new video conferencing service. During one-on-one appointments, researchers can speak with an archivist to ask questions or request particular records.
Niagara Falls webcams are showing an effect of high Great Lakes water levels. Locals and regular visitors to Niagara Falls have noticed that the iconic falls has increased its roar this year.
The state spotlight turned to Bad Axe Michigan for a short period of time. Over 200 protesters turned up in front of the Huron County Michigan county building to express an awareness of the Black Lives Matter protests that are happening concurrently throughout the United States and throughout the globe.
The Michigan DNR has determined official opening dates for state park and state forest campgrounds, state harbors and other DNR-managed outdoor spaces.
Uncertainty about potential restrictions in travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted one cruise line, operating in the Great Lakes, to cancel its remaining cruises in 2020. Victory Cruise Lines, announced it will cancel all planned itineraries for the remainder of the 2020 season
The vast majority of Michigan residents are eligible for the stimulus checks made available by the federal Coronavirus Aid. However, according to U of M data, approximately $4.5 million is at risk in the Thumb area due to not meeting filing requirements required to obtain the stimulus checks.