Local News Archives

Harbor Shores Investing More In Trails

Harbor Shores has announced its investing more than $200,000 in trail improvements around the Benton Harbor development. It’s going to upgrade the walking trail areas along Jean Klock Road and construct new signage welcoming walkers to the

LMC Holds High School Drama Awards

Paw Paw High School’s production of Curtains: Student Edition was the big winner this month as Lake Michigan College’s Visual and Performing Arts Department presented its first ever WAVE Awards for Excellence in High School Musical Theatre.

DNR Warns Boaters About Fueling Risks

It’s a warning to boaters as the weather starts to warm up from the Coast Guard. Coast Guard spokesman Jeremiah Schiessel told Michigan News Network that gas stations are now authorized to sell a summer blend of

Oxford High School Students Graduate

There’s been a bittersweet graduation for students at Oxford High School, who are still coping with a tragic shooting that left four of their classmates dead and seven others wounded. Among those who spoke to the class

Animal Control Management In Place

Things have been busy at Berrien County Animal Control since it was split into two units. The Berrien County Board of Commissioners heard from County Administrator Brian Dissette Thursday Ashley Herr has settled in as the interim

Whirlpool Foundation Announces Scholarships

The Whirlpool Foundation has announced the results of its annual Sons and Daughters Scholarship local competition. This year, eight Whirlpool Corporation families in the Benton Harbor-St. Joseph area were honored with awards. For 2022, the foundation has

Three Oaks, St Joseph Get Water Grants

Three Oaks is among 15 communities in the state splitting $7.3 million in new grants from the MI Clean Water Plan. Governor Whitmer says the village will receive $236,150 for water system enhancement through Distribution System Materials