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Legislation to address the shortage of psychiatry workers in Michigan was passed by the House of Representatives this week, and now moves to the Senate. [Read More]
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United Federal Credit Union announced Wednesday that it bought the former Whirlpool Corp. office building along Hilltop Road in St. Joseph. [Read More]
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Tags: Arthur - Ray - Mollett
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Michigan Lutheran got its first victories of the softball season Wednesday, beating Benton Harbor 18-2 and 20-0. [Read More]
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Tags: Roger - Kunkel
For at least the time being Bridgman will allow leashed dogs access the Warren Dunes State Park dog beach along a path from the end... [Read More]
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Elizabeth Minchilli, who has lived in Italy for 25 years, has created a way for all of us to experience the country's special food events. [Read More]
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Tags: James - Birner
The recent decision by Van Buren County's Equalization Department to reduce Palisades Nuclear Power plant's taxable value by 25 percent for the next two years... [Read More]
Benton Harbor High School currently has two fire alarm systems that don't communicate with each other and are outdated, said school district Chief Operating Officer... [Read More]
The Baroda Township Board on Monday voted unanimously to buy a new fire truck to replace one the township bought in 1989. [Read More]
Tags: Baroda - Monday - fire
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Benton Harbor city commissioners said they need more time to consider an almost $14.5 million project to upgrade the water and sewer systems in several... [Read More]
Now that tax season is over, except for the lost souls who filed extensions and their accountants who have not gotten over hangovers yet, it... [Read More]
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Lakeshore High School's new principal this fall will be a familiar face. [Read More]
Over the past several years, Berrien County has seen 30-some deaths per year from heroin-based overdose deaths, and that number was down slightly last year. [Read More]
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Lake Michigan College has begun the process of transferring its winemaking license to the new wine education center, which is still under construction. [Read More]
St. Joseph Today is taking registrations from vendors for Antiques on the Bluff, which starts 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, May 5 and continues on the... [Read More]
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If I was preparing dinner for 20 guests I had never met before, and the menu included appetizers through dessert, you probably wouldn't want to... [Read More]
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