A 45-year-old Three Rivers resident was pronounced dead Sunday following a single-vehicle motorcycle crash near Hoffman Street and Wood Street in Three Rivers.
This coming week the Three Rivers Public Library will commence phase one of its reopening plan. Beginning Tuesday, June 16, the library will offer curbside pickup service, available Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees discussed reopening procedures with staff Thursday, approved a reduced budget for 2020-21, and were provided a capital improvements update.
At Wednesday’s county executive committee meeting, committee members and staff discussed the next phases of reopening county facilities as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted statewide.
The Lockport Township Board held both its regular and annual meetings Monday evening, where it voted to approve amendments to its 2019-2020 budget and to adopt its 2020-2021 FY budget.
Two men are lodged in St. Joseph County Jail on multiple charges Tuesday after fleeing police in a stolen vehicle Monday.
The Huss Project, located at 1008 8th Street in Three Rivers, offered a selection of fresh, local foods to nearly 60 patrons Saturday while practicing social distancing, and following safety protocols recommended by the Michigan Farmers Market Association.
The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority and Main Street Program (TRDDA) voted Friday to approve an $8,000 loan to World Fare, a nonprofit fair trade store in downtown Three Rivers.
Welcome to the second edition of Watershed Voice’s Ask a Cop series with Det. Sgt. Sam Smallcombe of the Three Rivers Police Department. Have a question for the detective? Email Watershed Voice at [email protected], message us on our Facebook page or give us a call at (269) 244-6055.
A young adult male struck a tree Thursday while traveling eastbound on Corey Lake Road toward Arthur L. Jones Road in Fabius Township.
Four individuals face multiple drug charges after being arrested Wednesday in White Pigeon Township.
The Three Rivers City Commission Tuesday voted unanimously to begin a 63-day public comment period for its 2020 Master Plan, which the City of Three Rivers is required to periodically review and update.
The success of Three Rivers’ “Stand for the Right to Breathe” protest, in terms of attendance, the response to its powerful and thought-provoking subject matter, as well as its peaceful nature, was a trending topic on social media and on the lips of many of those in attendance Monday.
During the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners’ meeting Tuesday, Emergency Management Coordinator Erin Goff provided a brief update on the county’s emergency management efforts and COVID-19 statistics.
Check out this photo gallery from Monday’s ‘Stand for the Right to Breathe’ protest by Watershed Voice’s Deborah Haak-Frost.
“When someone is grieving one of the best things to do is just be present. Your presence was felt Three Rivers. I balled afterward and finally regained a sense of peace knowing that so many others care, are willing to have the hard conversations, and take a stand against injustice. After all of the mourning, there was joy.”
The Three Rivers High School Class of 2020 was honored with a 93-car commencement parade Friday as part of the school’s Senior Salute. The event, originally scheduled for Thursday, May 28, was postponed and rescheduled for Friday due to weather, but the extra wait did not put a damper on the day’s festivities.
Watershed Voice wants to congratulate and celebrate Three Rivers High School seniors for their hard work, and wish them luck as they move onto the next phase of their lives. We hope you’ll accept these GIF-ts from our staff, columnists, contributors and board members. Your future is bright and this is just the beginning.