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More than 22,000 attend Krasl Art Fair


It was a successful Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff this summer. Krasl Art Center Director Tami Fauver told St. Joseph City Commissioners last week the event attracted 172 artists and required more than 300 volunteers to

Work on Niles Road, Lakeshore Road starts Tuesday


More road work gets started in St. Joseph this coming week. Michigan Department of Transportation spokesperson Nick Schirripa tells us they’ll begin resurfacing the I-94 Business Loop and M-63 Tuesday. “We’re going to be repaving, resurfacing about

RESA making new outreach efforts


Berrien RESA is making a new effort to reach out to the community so everyone knows about the services it provides. Superintendent Eric Hoppstock tells us they’ve launched a new, more user-friendly website, and they have unveiled

SHAES pancake breakfast tomorrow


South Haven Area Emergency Services will hold a pancake breakfast on Sunday at its station at 90 Blue Star Highway. The event will raise money to repair the firefighter memorial in downtown South Haven and help pay

Fall travel looking good in Michigan


With summer travel season coming to an end this Labor Day weekend, many Michiganders will be heading to hot spots like Traverse City, or Mackinac Island. But Nick Nerbonne at Travel Michigan says one of the busiest

Bangor man killed in fiery crash


A Bangor man is dead following a fiery crash in Arlington Township Thursday. The Van Buren County Sheriff’s Department says it happened in the 52,000 block of M-43 shortly before 2:30 a.m. Deputies arrived to find the