Two teenagers were involved in a car crash Saturday afternoon near the intersection of M-60 and Shore Acres Road in Penn Township, according to the Cass County Sheriff’s Office
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released updated guidance that recommends steps to prevent viral respiratory illnesses, including influenza and COVID-19.
The Kalamazoo project is expected to take place from March to October, during which time Westnedge Avenue will be open southbound only, with a detour for northbound drivers via Burdick Street.
The Spring Egg-Stravaganza, hosted by Cass County Parks and Recreation, will include a scramble for eggs, games, and more on Saturday, March 23 from noon to 2 p.m
Do you have old medication lying around your house? National Drug Take Back Day is on April 27, and many pharmacies and local stores are open to dispose of unused medications.
The fifth iteration of the annual event will take place at Wings Event Center in Kalamazoo on August 28, 29, 31, and September 1, with “Pit Day” still taking place in Three Rivers on Friday, August 30.
The Kalamazoo Historic Preservation Commission (KHPC) is accepting nominations for the 2024 Historic Preservation Awards of Merit. These awards will honor individuals and institutions who are dedicated to preserving historic buildings in the City of Kalamazoo.
The program will provide three loads of free wash and dry to all customers with quarters, soap, and dryer sheets provided.
One person was injured in a two-vehicle crash in Porter Township Tuesday, according to the Cass County Sheriff’s Office.
In light of new cases of measles being reported in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana, the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency (BHSJCHA) is urging St. Joseph, Hillsdale, and Branch County residents to get vaccinated.
A 16-year-old crashed his pickup truck into trees west of the intersection of Miller and Cranberry Roads in Marcellus Township Monday, according to the Cass County Sheriff’s Office.
As state election workers prepare to tally selections for each party’s preferred presidential candidate today, here are four key things to watch.
Glen Oaks Community College’s winter semester enrollment is up 11% (1,252) over the same semester last year, and higher than it’s been in over a decade.
A broad group of clean energy, health and environmental advocacy organizations has voiced opposition to a ballot initiative seeking to reverse clean energy siting policy approved by the Legislature in November.
The Three Rivers City Commission approved a 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 Tuesday.
The United States needs an estimated 7 million more homes to house everyone who needs shelter. But to build all those homes, experts say, America would need many more construction workers.
This is the first presidential primary being conducted under new election rules voters approved in November 2022, which, among other things, mandate nine days of early in-person voting for constituents.
The community, students, faculty, and all stakeholders are invited to Glen Oaks Community College’s ribbon-cutting ceremony for the completion of its north campus renovation project, and a groundbreaking ceremony for a south campus renovation project on Thursday, February 22, at 10 a.m.