Over 220 runners, joggers, and walkers participated in the first annual Three Rivers Promise Run for the Future 5K on Saturday, April 23 at Meyer Broadway Park in Three Rivers.
Glen Oaks Community College will induct alumnus Bruce Berenyi into the Athletic Hall of Fame as part of the first Annual Viking Athletic Banquet to be held on Sunday, May 1 on the Glen Oaks Concourse.
Held between the last Sunday in April and the first Sunday in May, National Stewardship Week is a time set aside to help remind people to care for the nation’s natural resources and environmental treasures for generations to come.
Deputies from the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department are investigating a breaking and entering that occurred in the 16000 Block of Muskrat Rd. in Park Township.
In the last nine months, hundreds of books across dozens of states are being banned at an alarming rate. A majority of the bans feature books written by authors who are people of color, LGBTQIA+, Black and Indigenous, and feature characters from marginalized groups.
WSV’s Aundrea Sayrie celebrates the work of Shel Silverstein, and laments the banning of books at the expense of art and expression. “At times art is shocking, sometimes commemorative, sometimes controversial, still other times uncomfortable. That is the point of art.”
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) reported Wednesday that a total of 2,411,464 Michiganders have tested positive for COVID-19 and 35,935 have died from the virus — an additional 10,474 cases and 78 deaths since last week.
Watershed Voice recently spoke with Immaculate Conception School (ICS) Principal Sharon Voege about the return of its annual auction and drawdown. This year’s event, “Rocking to the 50s,” marks the first live event at the school since 2019.
A 21-year-old Constantine man died Tuesday in a single-vehicle crash on Centreville-Constantine Road between Roys and Sevison Roads, according to the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department.
A body discovered last Monday afternoon in a wooded area off Second Avenue in Three Rivers has been identified as David Michael Abrams.
The Glen Oaks Community College Foundation recently announced that Susan Louis, professor of nursing, is the 2022 recipient of the prestigious E.J. Shaheen Award for Teaching Excellence.
Retiring U.S. Rep. Fred Upton (R-St. Joseph) said Sunday that death threats against officials like him will make it increasingly difficult to recruit quality candidates for public office.
After a two-year hiatus as a result of the pandemic, the St. Joseph County Job Fair returns on Wednesday, April 20, from 3 to 5 p.m., and will be held in Ken Schuler Court (gymnasium) on the campus of Glen Oaks Community College.
In many countries with an annual income tax, the system is almost the reverse of what happens in the U.S.
Residents of St. Joseph County will have an opportunity to rid themselves of hazardous household waste and recycle their old electronics, tires, paper and appliances next weekend.
Mobile home parks provide affordable housing for millions of low-income residents — including seniors on fixed incomes — to own homes while renting the land underneath. But in an exploding housing market, that land is increasingly in demand for other projects, or park owners propose major rent hikes or changes in leases. Residents have few protections under a patchwork of state laws.
The Three Rivers Lions Club has established a new scholarship in memory of Lion Dave Miller’s wife Denise, who passed away in late February.
The U.S. House has approved a bill with $42 billion for restaurants and $13 billion for a hard-hit industries program that would help small businesses that weren’t eligible for restaurant aid.