Nicholas Mastos, one of three suspects in a home invasion that took place on South Constantine Street in Three Rivers in the early hours of July 19, pled guilty to two charges Monday, one unrelated to the invasion.
Michigan residents with bottles and cans still piled up will soon have more options for redeeming their 10-cent deposits, the Michigan Department of Treasury announced Monday.
At least 28 K-12 public schools and 19 colleges and universities in Michigan have reported having new or ongoing COVID-19 outbreaks, according to an update from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
During a regular meeting of the Three Rivers Community Schools (TRCS) Board of Education on Monday, three public commenters provided criticism of the Lincoln Learning virtual instruction platform adopted as part of the TRCS “Return to Learn” pandemic response plan.
At 1:21 p.m. Sunday, Three Rivers Police Department (TRPD) officers were dispatched to Scidmore Park, responding to a report of a man with a gun and a possible kidnapping.
The downtown Mural Mall that connects Railroad Drive with the intersection of Main Street and Portage Avenue in downtown Three Rivers got some much needed attention Friday.
“I see the irony here: I’m supposed to be the tree-hugger. And yet, it’s still hard for me to feel a sense of urgency around climate change, particularly when there are pressing situations happening all the time. It’s especially tricky now, but I think it’s always been hard.”
“The invisible hand of the market is the most powerful unseen cultural force in our lives. But it’s not the only one.”
The Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County (CMH) has a staff member on 14-day quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19 recently. A source who wished to remain anonymous provided a tip to Watershed Voice, alleging that CMH staff, clients, and others were not notified of the exposure.
There have been 11 confirmed deaths in the county since the start of the pandemic, while the number of new cases per day has dropped since August 25, according to statistics posted on the BHSJ website.
Three weeks ago, Peter Butts joined the staff of the Three Rivers Public Library (TRPL) as the new children’s librarian.
“As I sit back and think about it, I wonder how we do it all every morning. How do we keep everything together when really all we want to do is go back to sleep? Why do I always feel like my head is going to blow up from all the stress our morning routine causes? Why can’t I get it together?”
Following a public hearing Wednesday morning, members of the St. Joseph County Road Commission (SJCRC) voted to abandon a section of Union Street in Mottville Township.
“Please understand, the promise of the 19th Amendment feels a little empty right now. The 19th rang hollow for many women in 1920, too.”
A status conference and trial date have been set in the attempted murder case against Lee Andrew Parker, Jr.
The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners approved a $217,975.82 grant agreement with the state at a regular meeting Tuesday evening. The funds were made available by the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, and are distributed to the states through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.
The Three Rivers City Commission continued a contentious discussion over the sale of the former Carnegie Library building Tuesday.
“So what is the real problem? I think the real problem is that, in your eyes, us as Black people do not have the right to demand equality. How dare us? Who do we think we are to want an equal playing field?”