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AAA Offers Thanksgiving Travel Tips


More than 1.7 million Michiganders will travel 50 miles or more for Thanksgiving next week. AAA of Michigan spokesperson Adrienne Woodland tells us the latest survey finds there will be about 34,000 more travelers on the road

Firearm Deer Season Opens In Michigan


Opening day for Michigan’s firearm deer hunting season was Tuesday. Chad Stewart is the Michigan Department of Natural Resources deer, elk, and moose management specialist. He says hunters need to be aware of new reporting rules for

South Haven Holds Food Truck Discussion


The South Haven City Council has held a discussion on a proposed ordinance for food trucks. Assistant City Manager Griffin Graham laid out the proposal to four council members last night after they decided not to vote

County Seeking Linear Trail Grant


The Berrien County Board of Commissioners is applying for a $900,000 grant to construct a 1.8 mile stretch of the Berrien County Linear Trail in New Buffalo Township. At a meeting last week, Commissioner Jim Curran told

Celebration Held For New Rain Garden


Berrien County Drain Commissioner Christopher Quattrin has celebrated the completion of the county’s newest rain garden, this one in Watervliet. A ribbon cutting for the South Watervliet Drain rain garden at South Elementary School on Lucinda Lane

Cook Unit 2 Back Online Again


The Cook nuclear power plant’s Unit 2 reactor is back online again after being taken offline last Thursday, just a day after completing its latest refueling outage. Cook Spokesperson Bill Downey tells us the plant finished the

Gas Prices Down To Start The Week


Gas prices in Michigan are down from a week ago. That’s according to the latest report from AAA of Michigan. Spokesperson Adrienne Woodland tells us drivers are paying an average of $60 for a full 15 gallon

Winter Safety Discussed By NWS


Last week was Winter Hazards Awareness Week in Michigan and state officials and law enforcement are encouraging residents to learn more about winter safety and the importance of being prepared for bad weather. Ricky Castro with the

RSV, COVID-19, Flu Create Tripledemic


RSV, COVID-19 and the flu means we are in the middle of what doctors are calling a tripledemic. Priority Health senior medical director Dr. Dave Rzeszutko says cases of RSV in children are filling hospitals. “All the

$10,000 Awarded To Lory’s Place


The Berrien Community Foundation awarded Lory’s Place, a program of Caring Circle at Corewell Health South, a $10,000 project grant to support one year of continued grief work aiding the Community Grief Alliance program, and Community Grief

LMC Planning Open Houses


Lake Michigan College will be hosting some open house events this month for students, families, and friends to speak with faculty and staff about academic programs and resources at all three of its campuses. LMC says the