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LMC Uncorks New Enology And Viticulture Programs


Construction begins Wednesday at the Lake Michigan College Napier Avenue Campus to renovate unused space for its new Enology and Viticulture programs ...Read More

Proos: Auto Insurance Reform Could Happen In 2014


State lawmakers are planning to take on some of the most controversial reforms in years in Lansing ...Read More

Mother Opens Up About Daughter's Cold Case Murder In Constantine


A close family friend is facing a perjury charge in the 2007 cold case murder of 11-year-old Jodi Parrack of Constantine ...Read More

More GM Congressional Hearings Coming


The problems at General Motors from a massive recall are still being looked into on Capitol Hill ...Read More

Work To Lakeshore's 3 Elementary Schools Planned For Summer


13 bids for work at the elementary schools in the Lakeshore school district have been approved by the school board ...Read More

LMC And MSU Team Up For Virtual Learning


Lake Michigan College is celebrating the first crop of graduates from a new agricultural program ...Read More

Commissioner Seats Disapproves Of Noel's Article


A recently published article written by Whirlpool Corporation's Corporate Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs is getting a bad reception from a Benton Harbor City Commissioner ...Read More

BH Commissioners Support Minimum Wage Hike


The Benton Harbor City Commission supports raising the state minimum wage ...Read More

Food Truck Promoting Senior PGA Championship Stops In BH


KitchenAid is trucking around a Kalamazoo-based food truck to bring awareness of the upcoming Senior PGA Championship ...Read More

M-139 Cleanup Set For May 10


A cleanup of M-139 between I-94 and Napier is scheduled for early May ...Read More

Crop Walk Approval Currently Halted


Approval of an annual fundraiser to help fight hunger has been tabled until more information can be provided to Benton Harbor City Commissioners ...Read More

Sinking Fund Up For Renewal


A fund which helps maintain buildings and support district programs is up for renewal in the Lakeshore school district ...Read More

Representative Pscholka Makes Reelection Bid Official


State Representative Al Pscholka is making it official that he wants to head back to Lansing for his third and final term in the state House ...Read More

Congressman Upton Among Many Upset With Latest Keystone XL Delay


It's looking like the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline to bring crude oil to the United States from Canada for refining is a long way off ...Read More

LMC Announces Commencement Student Speaker


Kallay Carr of St. Joseph has been selected as the student speaker for Lake Michigan College's 67th annual commencement ceremony ...Read More

Roger Lange Wants Director Job Back


Now that he's completely certified, the Director of Public Safety in Benton Harbor wants his job back ...Read More

A Financial Push Worthy Of A World Championship


The public's effort to help send area teams to the FIRST Robotics World Championship is working ...Read More

Former Officer Charged With Purjury In 2007 Constantine Murder


Former Constantine Police Department reserve officer Raymond McCann is facing a perjury charge in connection to the murder of 11-year-old Jodi Parrack in 2007 ...Read More

Muhammad: Resignation Of Boys & Girls Club Teen Center Unit Director "Political


The resignation of a director with the Boys and Girls Club of Benton Harbor is being called political punishment by a city commissioner ...Read More

Berrien RESA Receives Special Education Lawsuit Settlement


A lawsuit against the state over unfunded special education mandates has been settled, and payments are now going out ...Read More

12 Year Old Wounded in Benton Harbor Gunfight





Two Benton Harbor men have been arrested after a gunfight that wounded a 12-year-old girl ...Read More

FIRST Students In Need Of Financial Backing


Aspiring engineers are seeking donations to help them get to a robotics competition ...Read More

The Parent Responsibility Act Is Gaining Support In The MI Senate


A House bill which would suspend welfare benefits to parents of truant children is gaining support in the state Senate ...Read More

MDOT Projects Popping Up Throughout Berrien County


As the weather continues to warm up, so does the work load for MDOT ...Read More

Andrews University Gardens Offers Fresh Home Delivered Produce


The Andrews University Student Gardens is gearing up for another season of their Community Supported Agriculture program ...Read More

Illinois Man Arrested After High Speed Chase On I-94


There were some harrowing moments for people driving along I-94 between Kalamazoo and New Buffalo Tuesday afternoon as police from several agencies were engaged in a high-speed chase. It started at the Target store in Portage on a report of retail fraud, and the 23-year-old suspect from Illinois dragged a Portage cop with his car as he tried to talk to him. The suspect changed directions a few

Saturday Afternoon Crash Sends Three To Kalamazoo, South Bend Hospitals


The Berrien County Sheriff's Department continues to investigate a crash in Bainbridge Township Saturday afternoon that resulted in two people being airlifted to Bronson Hospital in Kalamazoo and a third flown to South Bend Memorial. According to deputies, a Stevensville woman had the right of way when she collided with a van driven by Rocio Sandoval of Hartford at the intersection of Park