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SOUTH HAVEN — As the holiday season gets underway in the beginning of December, it’s not unusual to see skaters at South Haven’s outdoor ice rink. But that wasn’t the case this year due to state restrictions in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Tuesday, December 22, 2020

SOUTH HAVEN — After five years as executive director of the South Haven/Van Buren County Convention and Visitors Bureau, late last week Scott Reinert announced plans to retire in the spring.

Friday, December 18, 2020

SOUTH HAVEN — The economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic can be clearly seen at food pantries across the nation, including We Care INC’s food pantry at First Congregational Church in South Haven.

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Brian Calley spends a lot of time these days examining COVID-19-related data across America, from the number of people testing positive to the number of hospital patients in intensive care unit beds, to the restrictions various states follow to slow the spread of the deadly virus.

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SOUTH HAVEN — For the past 19 years, the South Haven Sons of the American Legion have rolled up their sleeves each November to prepare and serve a hearty Thanksgiving dinner for several hundred local senior citizens and military veterans.

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SOUTH HAVEN — When Kalamazoo musician Jonathan Townley wanted to record his first album, he could have chose a recording studio close to home, but instead he turned west toward a small rural area just north of South Haven, in Casco Township.

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

SOUTH HAVEN — When South Haven City officials were asked several months ago whether a Black Lives Matter mural could be painted on Phoenix Street in front of city hall, they were hesitant to do so, citing concerns about whether the mural would be a distraction for drivers.

SOUTH HAVEN — Redevelopment of a former factory site into a residential community for middle-income families continues to inch forward, but don’t expect homes to be popping up anytime soon.

Thursday, October 15, 2020
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SOUTH HAVEN — For the past several years, a group of older adults have put their theatric talents to work by staging short, one-act plays at Senior City on 76th Street in South Haven.

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SOUTH HAVEN — One week after resuming in-person learning at its elementary school buildings, South Haven Public Schools this week had to send students and teaching staff home from two classrooms to be quarantined for 14 days after it was discovered two students had tested positive for coronavirus.

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

SOUTH HAVEN — After serving as South Haven’s interim city manager for the past four months, Kate Hosier is moving into the manager’s position on a permanent basis.

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

SOUTH HAVEN — During a year when police departments throughout the country have been receiving backlash for their handling of arrests involving Black people, leading to a surge in the Black Lives Matter movement, the South Haven Police Department took time recently to honor several officers …

Friday, September 25, 2020

SOUTH HAVEN — A Hartford woman faces four felony charges after being involved in a car crash that resulted in the death of a 7-year-old Covert boy and serious injuries to his mother.

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PAW PAW — A former finance director for the city of South Haven has been sentenced to a minimum of nine months in jail after pleading guilty in 36th Circuit Court to embezzlement of $100,00 or more from the city.