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State Submits Consent Agreement To BHAS

Following weeks of discussions, the Michigan Department of Treasury has submitted a consent agreement to the Benton Harbor Area Schools ...Read More

Soil And Water Safe After Benton Twp. Pipeline Rupture

Soil and water samples from a farm in Benton Township where a pipeline ruptured last week have come back clean ...Read More

Health Department Calls Press Conference Over Lead Abatement Claims

The Berrien County Health Department has scheduled a press conference to address concerns regarding its former Lead Abatement program ...Read More

Indiana Toll Road Operator Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

In an attempt to restructure $6 billion in debt, ITR Commission Company is filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy in U ...Read More

Armed Robbery Suspects Nabbed After St. Joseph County Grange Fair Heist

Four Ohio men are locked up in the St. Joseph County Jail for an alleged armed robbery in Centreville ...Read More

Deputies Looking For Man Who Eluded Officers In Van Buren, Kalamazoo Counties

Police are looking for the driver of a 2001 GMC Tahoe who managed to get away from officers in Van Buren and Kalamazoo counties late Sunday night ...Read More

AG Schuette Secures $100K For Ferrellgas Customers, Sues AmeriGas

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has secured $100,000 in relief for Ferrellgas customers after alleged price gouging last winter ...Read More

Poll Shows Huge Majority Support Adding LGBT To Civil Rights Law; Pscholka Undec

A new poll shows an overwhelming majority of voters in Michigan are in favor of extending the state's Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act to include sexual orientation ...Read More

Cook Nuclear Starts Refueling Outage For Unit 1

Unit 1 at the Cook Nuclear Plant will start its 25th refueling outage on Wednesday ...Read More

Pinkney Files New Recall Paperwork Against County Clerk, Vows To Keep Filling

An area activist is continuing his push to remove Berrien County Clerk Sharon Tyler from office ...Read More

St. Joe City Commission Expected To Vote Monday On CVS

After months of public debate the final vote on a proposed CVS Health store being built in St ...Read More

Search For Superintendent Narrows

Six finalists will be interviewed next week by the Coloma school board to fill the district's superintendent job ...Read More

Board Meetings To Remain During The Day

Should the Berrien County Board of Commissioners hold more meetings at night? Zach Lesher of Stevensville thinks so ...Read More

Activist's Latest Recall Attempt Stopped By State

The Board of State Canvassers has rejected the latest attempt to recall Berrien County's Clerk ...Read More

Committee Looks For MRAP's Need

Calls for Berrien County to get rid of its MRAP armored vehicle continue ...Read More

Proposed Missile Defense System Gets Berrien County's Support

Berrien County is supporting a proposed missile defense installation at the Fort Custer Training Center in Calhoun and Kalamazoo Counties ...Read More

Lead Abatement Complaints Wanted In Writing

There are some pretty serious claims being shared with the Berrien County Board of Commissions about the Health Department's former Lead Abatement Program ...Read More

MI Supreme Court Will Not Hear BH Mayoral Recall Election Case

Justices of the Michigan Supreme Court will not hear the case regarding double signatures in Benton Harbor mayoral recall election ...Read More

Q2 Employment Down A Tick In Niles-Benton Harbor, Future Looks Bright

West Michigan experienced moderate job gains in the second quarter, that's according to the latest figures from the Upjohn Institute ...Read More

Pipeline Operator Fielding Question At LMC's Mendel Center

It could be months before we know what caused a natural gas pipeline to burst in Benton Township, forcing hundreds of families out of their homes ...Read More

Gas Leak Displaces Some Watervliet Residents

Due to a gas leak the Red Cross is providing shelter for residents of an apartment complex in Watervliet. All 54 units of the Tri-City Village apartment complex were evacuated Sunday. Firefighters tell our news gathering partners at NewsCenter 16 the gas leak started because of an electrical malfunction. The problem isn’t expected to be solved until at least Tuesday. The Red Cross shelter