Council disagrees on compensation for wastewater committee

After a new wastewater treatment board for Ontwa Township was assembled last month, township officials disagreed on who should be paid to attend meetings. Since ... Read more

Ontwa Township residents speak out

Ontwa Township residents speak out

Council questioned about wastewater treatment issues Nick Donis shook his head in disgust as he walked to the microphone to make a statement at the ... Read more

Niles Family Fun Fest

Hundreds visited the Four Flags Area Apple Festival grounds Thursday night for the inaugural Family Fun Fest preceding the fireworks. (Leader photo/AMBROSIA NELDON) Read more

Schools make move to healthier choices

Law requires all food sold meet dietary guidelines In recent years, public schools in the United States have been encouraged — and mandated, in some ... Read more

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  1. Brandywine High School graduates celebrate past achievements, prepare for new challenges
  2. Man gets four years for sexual assault
  3. Police Log — May 2-5
  4. Keeping up in the digital age: Brandywine board approves purchase of 130 Chromebooks
  5. County leaders look at legislative issues
  6. ‘Girls’ on guard
  7. Bobcats give back
  8. Charlotte Lipsky Ford, of South Bend
  9. Lorraine Rafferty, formerly of Niles
  10. Full-time interim hired at Niles Schools
  11. Niles school board appoints full-time interim superintendent
  12. Niles Police Log — March 31-April 1
  13. Zimmerman named to All-West squad
  14. Studio offers unique workout experience
  15. Mary Ellen Layman Radka, of Niles
  16. Niles High School students to perform ‘Bye Bye Birdie’
  17. Township approves land deal
  18. The end of an era
  19. City seeking ideas for space
  20. Miss Buchanan takes crown
  21. Charlene Kaye Johnson, of Niles
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