Ten years ago, a group of residents who live on the south side of South Haven, decided to form a group to improve their neighborhood and the lives of the people who live there.
Despite the first year of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, downtown South Haven merchants put together a rather unusual fundraiser that raised $3,500 for We Care INC human service ministry.
Despite a hectic year of coping with COVID-19 health restrictions, nearly a dozen South Haven History Club received top honors at the Michigan History Day competition with five qualifying for a trip to the national competition in June.
As summer nears, Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum is turning its attention to planning two annual events – a spring plant sale and a summer camp for children.
BENTON HARBOR — Lake Michigan College graduates celebrated this year’s commencement ceremony in-person, although not in the traditional way.
Michigan Works of Berrien, Cass and Van Buren counties is one of 16 recipients of grants totaling $2 million to help at-risk young adults prepare for their future careers.
A pianist who has performed in New York with the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, will be featured at the final spring 2021 Scott Club Concert Series along with a flutist who has performed with musical groups throughout Michigan.
ALLEGAN — Allegan County Clerk’s office is now issuing Veteran Identification Cards to eligible former U.S. military members living in Allegan County.
Despite COVID challenges, South Haven Project CURB has completed another beautification project at South Haven High School. The south entrance of the high school is the location of the most recent work.
Both Allegan and Van Buren/Cass health departments joined other healthcare organizations across Michigan last week in postponing use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
South Haven Rams softball team opened up BCS play, Tuesday, by collecting 26 hits in a doubleheader sweep of the Lady Bobcats from Niles-Brandywine winning by the scores of 7-3 and 23-9.
The tall ship Friends Good Will is shown on Lake Michigan off the shoreline of South Haven in this undated photo. Downtown Association of South Haven is working with the Michigan Maritime Museum to give South Haven High School's class of 2021 a free field trip on the ship in May. Students wi…
It’s been a little over a year since South Haven City Council decided to reduce the number of lanes on a portion of Business Loop 196 from five to three, while adding bike paths on either side of the roadway.
Some residents of South Haven know Jennifer Sistrunk for the brochures, logos and billboards she has designed for clients in Southwest Michigan. Others know her as the advertising and marketing manager for Clementine’s and HawksHead restaurants in South Haven and Clementine’s Too in St. Joseph.
Seven months after being vandalized, Sherman Dairy Bar’s iconic Blue Moo and Baby Blue are back.
HOLLAND – The Department of Theatre at Hope College will present Ordinary Days by Adam Gwon on Friday and Saturday, April 16 and 17, and Thursday-Saturday, April 22-24, at 7:30 p.m. A matinee performance will be presented on Sunday, April 18, at 2 p.m.
BENTON HARBOR — While the pandemic has prevented Lake Michigan College’s Visual & Performing Arts Department from physically taking the stage, students and faculty in the music and theatre programs continue to bustle with creative ways to explore their crafts.
PAW PAW — Zach Morris, executive director of Market Van Buren, has been named one of the nation’s 2021 Economic Development 40 Under 40 award winners.
Although people 16 and older are now eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19, that is not the case yet in Van Buren and Cass counties.
For the past year the seven activity centers operated by Senor Services of Van Buren County have remained closed due to health restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. But that hasn’t stopped the nonprofit’s board of directors and staff from undertaking the ambitious task of creat…
For 100 years, a group of South Haven area community leaders has gathered at noon, every Monday, to grab a bite to eat, socialize, listen to a program, and then come up with ways to help the community.