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I&M Donates Efficient Light Bulbs To Non-Profits

Indiana Michigan Power has donated 12,500 LED lightbulbs to service agencies around southwest Michigan. I&M worked with 12 Southwest Michigan non-profit agencies, including food banks, pantries, non-profits, senior centers, and other social service organizations serving low and

St. Joseph Ice Fest Soon

Coming up the weekend of February 4 is the 2022 St. Joseph Ice Fest. St. Joseph Today’s Daniele Crevier tells WSJM News the event is a great way to celebrate the winter by taking in ice sculptures

Hagar Township Seeks Parks Plan Input

Hagar Township is asking for public input as it updates its parks master plan. Hagar Township Trustee Peter Colovos tells WSJM News the document lays out plans for the development of local parks for years to come.

Former Oakland County Priest Sentenced

Former Oakland County priest 79-year-old Gary Berthiaume has been sentenced to between 17 months and 15 years in prison for criminal sexual conduct. Michigan Assistant Attorney General Danielle Russo Bennetts says the charges stemmed from allegations of

Senator Stabenow Discusses Infrastructure Spending

Senator Debbie Stabenow hosted a virtual meeting on Thursday with southeast Michigan local leaders to discuss federal infrastructure funding opportunities. She outlined where she thinks the money should go. “Lead pipes,” said the senator. “Nobody has to

MI Utility Announces $500,0000 In Grants

The Consumers Energy Foundation has announced nearly $500,000 in People Award grants for organizations around the state. Spokesperson Terry DeDoes tells WSJM News Consumers focuses its efforts on improving the planet, people, and prosperity, and each of