The Three Rivers City Commission will meet Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Three Rivers City Hall (333 W. Michigan Ave.) with an agenda that includes a proposed resolution to purchase a property and lease it to the county for temporary veteran housing, and a general fund request to cover additional water testing costs.
In a press release sent just before 6 p.m. Friday, the City of Three Rivers announced it found five additional homes with lead levels that exceed the federal limit for lead contamination during its second round of testing between July and December 2023.
The Three Rivers Police Department announced a flood warning is in effect for the St. Joseph River in Three Rivers until Friday night.
A commercial building located in the 1200 block of E. Chicago Rd. in Sturgis sustained “significant structural damage” due to a fire Saturday, according to the Sturgis Department of Public Safety.
Three arrests were made Thursday as part of parole and probation compliance checks in the City of Three Rivers, according to Three Rivers Police Chief Scott Boling.
The St. Joseph County government is seeking public input in the development process of a hazard mitigation plan, asking county residents to fill out a survey by February 9. The plan is expected to include a list of natural hazards and vulnerabilities, while assessing risk, and identifying mitigation projects.
Two people were transported to Three Rivers Health Sunday evening after an apartment fire in the 600 block of S. Erie Ave. displaced 14 families, according to Three Rivers Police Chief Scott Boling.
We’re thrilled to kick off 2024 with a bit of good news: Thanks to readers like you who donated to Watershed Voice, we raised at least* $12,208 during our year-end campaign.
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To truly encapsulate 2023 would mean rehashing some stories we’d rather not touch on again concerning local officials behaving badly, tragic accidents and/or death. So instead we’ve curated a selection of stories that either ranked among our most read or that we’ve deemed most impactful and worthy of another look before we close the books on 2023.
As we approach the final days of 2023, we are taking a look back at Keep Your Voice Down’s most listened-to episodes of the year. Check out the list here.
A message from Executive Editor and Publisher Alek Haak-Frost regarding the final six days of Watershed Voice’s year-end fundraising campaign.
Hosts Alek Haak-Frost and Doug Sears Jr. are joined by Watershed Voice’s resident holiday expert Steph Hightree for a very special episode of Keep Your Voice Down. After a brief NewsMatch update, the greatest trio since Garfield, Holland, and Maguire discuss elves on shelves, new and old traditions, the legitimacy of ham, Christmas cats, their favorite holiday films, and more. So grab your egg nog and glorified rice because it’s about to get real — festive.
The Three Rivers City Commission will meet tonight Tuesday, December 19 at 6 p.m. at Three Rivers City Hall (333 W. Michigan Ave.) with an agenda that includes a request from Surf Internet to install fiber optics in the city’s rights of way.
With a mere 18 days left in our year end fundraiser, we were informed that thanks to additional support from a national funder, NewsMatch will now match up to $15,000 for each participating newsroom.
The Sturgis City Commission will meet on Wednesday, December 13 at 6 p.m. at Sturgis City Hall (130 N. Ottawa St.) for a regularly scheduled meeting. Here is a preview of Wednesday’s agenda.
As we reach the end of 2023, we’re taking a moment to reflect on the stories that had the biggest impact on our community this year. Let us take you through some of the highlights to illustrate why your financial support is crucial to this work.