Local News Archives

Buchanan Moving On Andrews University Plan


Buchanan may start to look different soon based on the work of the city and Andrews University School of Architecture and Design. They have done a four-month partnership to reimagine development opportunities in the city. Anyone interested

New COVID-19 Cases Average 1,115


Michigan’s average number of new COVID-19 cases for Sunday and Monday is 1,115 as 2,230 people have tested positive. The Department of Health and Human Services says that brings the total since March 2020 to 876,854. There

LMC Offers STEM Summer Camps


Lake Michigan College’s Fab Lab will once again offer summer camps this coming season. Hanson Technology Center Director Chad Dee tells WSJM News the Fab Lab offers makers spaces that include a 3D printer, making it a

Wine Trail Launches New Website


The Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail has launched a new website along with an updated printed map thanks to a grant from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and the FDA. The new website comes

Click It Or Ticket Campaign About To Start


The Berrien County Sheriff’s Department will conduct a Click It or Ticket high-visibility enforcement campaign starting this month to make sure drivers are wearing their seatbelts. The department says with Memorial Day approaching and many people hitting

United Way Celebrates Volunteers


The United Way of Southwest Michigan is honoring local organizations that have helped it throughout the year with its annual Celebration Awards. Campaign Director Charlotte Becker tells WSJM News the awards are with a twist this year.

Weekend Has Big Lottery Jackpots


This weekend’s lottery jackpots are getting pretty big. Tonight’s Mega Millions is $430 million, while Saturday night’s Powerball is $183 million. Jake Harris, with the Michigan Lottery Commission, says if you win, you can take payments or

New Agreement Reached For Berrien Bus


A new agreement between Berrien Bus and Berrien RESA could save the county some money while providing employment stability to the transportation service’s employees. Berrien County last year took on the employees and operations of Berrien Bus