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South Haven Passes Non-Discrimination Ordinance


A new ordinance is now in place in South Haven to give people protection against discrimination for housing, public accommodation, and employment. The ordinance offers that protection to people based on their gender identity and sexual orientation,

New Dollar General opens in St. Joseph


Residents of Royalton Township now have their own discount retailer to shop at. Dollar General announced Monday that its new St. Joseph location at 3962 M-139 is now open. Located just north of the recently-closed Pater True

Primary Election In Michigan Tuesday


Tuesday is primary election day in Michigan. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson expects two to two and a half million voters to go to the polls, back at pre-pandemic levels. Western Michigan University chair of the political

MSU Professor Says US Not In Recession


There is an ongoing debate about whether we are in a recession. Michigan State University economics professor Charles Ballard says no, not yet. “We have, indeed had declining GDP (gross domestic product) for two quarters in a

Statewide Gas Price Average Drops 20¢


Gas prices continue to fall in Michigan. Triple-A Michigan says the average for regular unleaded is $4.24-cents a gallon, down 20¢ from last week and 76¢ lower than last month. The price is $1.04 higher than last

Site Chosen For St. Joseph MLK Monument


St. Joseph City Commissioners have signed off on a proposed location for a monument to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Unified Civil Rights Monuments Project is seeking to install monuments to the civil rights legend in