South Haven High School’s Class of 2020 had to wait until July of last year to take part in graduation ceremonies due to COVD-19 health restrictions. Even when they were finally able to do so, the class had to sit socially distanced in the high school parking lot while their loved ones watch…
Bangor’s varsity girls soccer team finished last week with a mixed bag of results. While the Vikings defeated Brandywine to earn their second victory of the season, they dropped a SAC match to Hartford, 3-0.
The ability of South Haven Area Emergency Services responders to conduct water rescues has been enhanced with the acquisition of a specialized drone.
Michigan Works! Berrien, Cass, Van Buren has announced it is opening enrollment in three free job-skill training programs. The training is a part of The Future of Work Grand Challenge, a $6 million national initiative designed to put more than 25,000 individuals (5,000 in Michigan) impacted …
A firefighter who played a key role during summer water rescues on Lake Michigan in 2020 has been chosen South Haven Area Emergency Services members as Firefighter of the Year.
After a COVID-induced pause in 2020, Friends of the Blue Star Trail is announcing the return of its late summer Lakeshore Harvest Ride.
PAW PAW — A Lawton man suffered injuries late Tuesday evening after his vehicle left the roadway, severed a utility pole and struck the side of a home, leaving a large hole in its exterior wall.
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.