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to the City of Albion, Michigan

The City of Albion is located in south-central Michigan. Tenney Peabody, Albion's first permanent settler, arrived at 'The Forks' in 1833. In 1835, Mrs. Peabody named the area 'Albion' because some of the early settlers, including Jesse Crowell, hailed from Albion Township, New York. ('Albion' won out over 'Peabodyville,' Mrs. Peabody's first choice.)

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Nov
18

ALBION'S HOLIDAY PARADE SET FOR TONIGHT

Posted on November 18, 2014

How awesome is this? A holiday parade resplendent in snow and everyone wearing their warmest? Come downtown for Albion's holiday parade tomorrow night (6 PM) and partake of hot chocolate and cookies,...

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Oct
16

Annual leaf pick-up schedule and information

Posted on October 16, 2014

Albion's leaf pick-up program will begin on Monday, November 3, 2014. Citizens are reminded to rake their leaves into the area between the sidewalk and the street - but not into the street, to avoid ...

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May
12

River dredging project to affect river access in Albion

Posted on May 12, 2014

In mid-May a dredging project will begin on the Kalamazoo River in Albion, MI. The project will encompass a portion of the river from approximately 200 feet upstream of the Eaton Street bridge to ju...

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Jan
12

NARUC warns consumers against "Spoofing"

Posted on January 12, 2014

The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) warns utility consumers of a growing telephone scam across the country. The scam involves telephone callers claiming to be from a u...

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Aug
29

City of Albion Launches New Site

Posted on August 29, 2013

The City's new website features an updated menu that makes it easy for users to quickly find the information they need including upcoming events, recent news, and activities and attractions.

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The Bohm Theatre, originally built to house movies and vaudeville shows, opened its doors on Christmas day 1929.