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Michelle Davies The Journal Gazette
Ryan Miller hit a two-run homer to left field during a four-run fourth inning that gave the TinCaps a short-lived 5-1 lead. West Michigan answered with five runs in the fifth inning and swept the three-game series Sunday.

5 things of interest to area readers - Monday, July 7

1. FYI

Subaru is recalling more than 660,000 cars and SUVs. Click here to learn about this and other recalls.

Looking for something to do? Click here to check out Today's Best Bets.

If you want to know what makes today special, click here for Today in History.

Let’s celebrate:

National Father-Daughter Take a Walk Together Day

National Strawberry Sundae Day

National Macaroni Day

2. TODAY’S WEATHER

Cloudy with a 50 percent chance of rain, storms. High in the mid-80s. Click here for more details and an extended forecast.

3. LOCAL STORIES YOU’LL WANT TO READ

The Business Spotlight is on Northern Apex Corp.

The Jesters performing arts program wins participants' raves

MLK Jr. bridge vandalized

Poverty reach spreads

Fireworks shoppers hunt for discounts

4. ROADWORK & ROAD RESTRICTIONS

Webster Street is closed between Wayne and Berry streets until December 2015. Click here to learn of other area road projects and restrictions.

5. A QUICK LOOK AT LOCAL SPORTS

TinCaps lose to West Michigan 7-6

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