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Healthcare Open Enrollment Is Now


Open enrollment for health insurance has begun and you may want to double check your plan. Jason Resendez is a board member for Consumers for Quality Care and told Michigan News Network there have been changes to

Tourism Leaders Gather In Detroit


Tourism was a $27 billion industry in Michigan before the pandemic and state leaders are talking ways to bring it back. Tourism officials from around the state gathered in Detroit Wednesday for the Michigan Tourism Conference. Pure

Grand Opening For The Market This Weekend


Set for Sunday is a grand opening and ribbon cutting for The Market in downtown St. Joseph. Southwest Michigan Regional Chamber Membership and Events Director Sarah Spoonholtz tells WSJM News it’s an indoor farmers market with eight

Resource Fair Tomorrow In Benton Harbor


A resource fair will be held for Benton Harbor residents Thursday so they can learn about places to turn for help as the city’s water crisis continues. Benton Harbor Community Response Team Chair Princella Tobias tells WSJM

Comcast Increases Internet Speeds In SWM


Comcast has announced it’s increased internet speeds in southwest Michigan. The company says most Xfinity customers have gotten a boost. The upgraded speeds, based on service level, can be seen below: • Performance Starter upload speeds doubled

Detroit Mayor Cruises To Re-Election


From the Associated Press — Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan has easily defeated attorney Anthony Adams to win a third four-year term leading the Motor City. Duggan was the clear favorite to win Tuesday’s election after first winning

Berrien County Election Results


Michele Binkley, Michael Sarola, and Brook Thomas have been elected to the St. Joseph City Commission. The three were chosen by voters on Tuesday from a field of six. Binkley was the lone incumbent in the race.

Buchanan Hires New City Clerk


The city of Buchanan has a new clerk. Kalla Langston comes to the role after four years as a deputy clerk at Lincoln Township, where she became an accredited election official. The city says Langston has expertise

Secretary Of State Offering Evening Hours


The Michigan Secretary of State is once again offering evening office hours each Wednesday. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says branch offices will stay open until 7 p.m. to provide service to residents who can’t visit offices