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Workers wrap up demo of former Niles public safety building

Construction workers put the finishing touches on the demolition of the former public safety building Monday afternoon at the corner of Third and Broadway streets ... Read more  | Add your comment

Broadway parking change proposed

Broadway parking change proposed

The Niles City Council will consider eliminating parking on a portion of Broadway Street while construction takes place on the Main Street Bridge replacement project ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles receives award for water quality

When it comes to adding fluoride to its water supply, the City of Niles is doing things right. Read more  | Add your comment

Owner of classic car customization shop eyes Niles building

The owner of a classic car customization business is interested in purchasing a vacant property on Wayne Street in Niles. Read more  | Add your comment

Council considers tax break

Investment will help two local businesses The recent upswing in growth from local manufacturing plants does not appear to be stopping any time soon. The ... Read more  | Add your comment

Township treasurer: I feel vindicated

Niles Township Treasurer Jim Ringler said he feels vindicated after the Michigan Court of Appeals upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed against him and ... Read more  | Add your comment

Report: Facility in the clear

While the odor may be off putting to some of the residents living around the plant, the emissions from Fryman’s Recycling pose no threat to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles homecoming parade set

The Niles City Council gave the go-ahead to the high school’s annual homecoming parade, while approving its annual Community Development Block Grant action plan at ... Read more  | Add your comment

Upgrades among budget changes

Upgrades to the county’s technology systems are among the focuses of the proposed 2015 budget, which was presented to the Cass County Board of Commissioners ... Read more  | Add your comment

Citizens, commissioners clash over wastewater project

Citizens, commissioners clash over wastewater project

Speaking to the seven members of the Cass County Board of Commissioners, with the approving nods of many of his fellow Ontwa Township residents behind ... Read more  | Add your comment

Commissioner Curran ready for two more years

When Jim Curran went to bed Tuesday night, the results were not final in the election for the District 11 Republican nomination for Berrien County ... Read more  | Add your comment

Upton defeats Dowagiac nurse in primary election

Congressman Fred Upton has overcome his latest primary election challenger, defeating Dowagiac’s Jim Bussler to win the GOP nomination for Michigan’s 6th District in the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Miller to oppose Moroz for 59th District seat

A Sturgis educator has advanced to the next level in his quest to become a state representative for residents of Cass and St. Joseph counties. Aaron ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Four candidates move on in Howard Township trustee race  | Add your comment
  2. Wagel secures Republican nomination for county commissioner  | Add your comment
  3. Curran wins District 11 Republican BC commissioner race  | Add your comment
  4. Hicks takes Republican nod for Bertrand supervisor  | Add your comment
  5. What to expect on the ballot: Dowagiac  | Add your comment
  6. Meet the Candidates: State Representative — 78th District  | Add your comment
  7. Meet the Candidates: Howard Township Supervisor  | Add your comment
  8. Meet the Candidates: Cass County Commissioner — District 5  | Add your comment
  9. Meet the Candidates: Howard Township Trustee  | Add your comment
  10. Meet the Candidates: Bertrand Township Trustee  | Add your comment
  11. Meet the Candidates: State Representatives — 59th District  | Add your comment
  12. Meet the Candidates: Bertrand Township Treasurer  | Add your comment

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