Local News Archives

State Food Drive Called A Success

The state of Michigan has been able to collect more than 791,000 pounds of food and $320,000 with its latest Harvest Gathering food drive. The Michigan Secretary of State’s office works with the Michigan Attorney General on

Poll Shows Duggan Strong Against Schuette

Although he’s said he would not run for governor, according to a new poll, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan would beat Republican gubernatorial frontrunner Attorney General Bill Schuette, if he entered the race. Michigan News Network Lansing Bureau

LMC To Offer Saturday Campus Tours

If you’re thinking about enrolling at Lake Michigan College and would like to know more about living on campus and having the full college experience, then a couple of tours that ought to help you are being

Legislature Approves New Ballast Water Rules

From the Associated Press — Michigan lawmakers have voted to weaken a policy that prohibits oceangoing cargo ships from releasing ballast water at state ports until it has been treated to kill invasive species, despite Governor Rick Snyder’s opposition to

A Look At Municipal Income Taxes

Now that Benton Harbor is getting its own city income tax, we thought we would check in with a couple of other Michigan cities that have municipal income taxes to see how it’s worked for them. James

Dune Project To Be Celebrated Tomorrow

A ribbon cutting is planned for tomorrow on a dune restoration project in South Haven. The Southwest Michigan Planning Commission’s Chris Martin tells WSJM News they’re celebrating the completion of work at the Syndicate Park Dune. “They’re