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New COVID-19 Cases At 2,527

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Michigan for Tuesday is 2,527, the lowest that number has been since March. There have been 851,947 cases of COVID since March of last year. The Department of Health and

Election Day In Michigan

South Haven Public Schools are asking for approval of a millage today and there are many school issues on ballots around the state. With the pandemic, are schools finding they need to upgrade their technology with so

Economic Club Announces Speaker Series Lineup

The Economic Club of Southwestern Michigan has announced its Speaker Series lineup for the next season. The organization has released the following: The announcement of a seven-speaker season lineup marks the planned return of in-person events for

Feds Extend Food Assistance For Children

The USDA is throwing a lifeline to students who qualify for free or reduced-price lunches, by extending the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer program, known as PEBT, through the end of the summer. This means families will continue

State Police Investigating Package Thefts

Michigan State Police are investigating several complaints about the theft of packages and other mail from homes in southwest Michigan. Troopers out of the Paw Paw post say the suspects are primarily targeting homes in and around

COVID Numbers For Friday

Returning Michigan back to normal will depend on people getting vaccinated against COVID-19. Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s latest plan ties opens things based on vaccination percentages. The goal is to have 70% of people vaccinated. “Two weeks after

Effort Grows To Oppose Vaccine Passports

While state lawmakers consider a bill meant to ban digital vaccine passports from government entities, a rally was planned at the Michigan Capitol to support the potential legislation. Meanwhile, Jared Coseglia of Tru Staffing Partners, a consulting