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The Atticus Finch lights up the night while docked at Eagle Pointe Harbor in St. Joseph on Jan. 16. [Read More]
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The first of 30 Michigan Law Enforcement Polar Plunges will be Jan. 26 in Berrien County. [Read More]
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Exhibition opening at the Box Factory... [Read More]
While the National Blueberry Festival organization gets busy planning this year's four-day celebration, another group - much less formal in nature - has hatched an... [Read More]
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Vivian Ahlers of Berrien Springs, a furloughed federal government worker, was uncertain how she was going to survive financially as the partial government shutdown is... [Read More]
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There are many things employees take for granted on an everyday basis. [Read More]
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The Russian National Ballet's version of "Sleeping Beauty" is perfect for children and adults, according to the ballet company. [Read More]
This week, the members at St. Joseph's U.S. Coast Guard station are out practicing their ice rescue skills so that they can be ready if... [Read More]
Buchanan and Brandywine will have to wait another week before facing each other on the mat. But that doesn't mean that some of the Bobcats... [Read More]
Police ruled out any threat after one was mistakenly reported early Tuesday at St. Joseph High School. [Read More]
Joshua Doxtator only needed to see The Golf Course at Harbor Shores one time before agreeing to become its next general manager. [Read More]
The man accused of killing Tyrone Hassel III on New Year's Eve in St. Joseph Township will be brought to Michigan within about 30 days,... [Read More]
When about 800,000 government employees didn't get their regular paychecks last Friday, communities across the country began offering meals and services in an effort to... [Read More]
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