Local Government

Council member resigns

Gross moving out of first ward While the moving process is always a mixture of happiness and stress, the latest one for Councilmember Randy Gross ... Read more  | Add your comment

Commission approves new ambulance facility

The City of Dowagiac took the first step forward Monday in its latest venture to enhance the safety of its residents. The Dowagiac Planning Commission ... Read more  | Add your comment

Part 2: Upton shares thoughts on the Keystone Pipeline

Fresh off his victory in the November election, Congressman Fred Upton stopped by Leader Publications last week for a discussion about several current issues facing ... Read more  | Add your comment

County selects new member for road commission

For nearly two decades, Cassopolis’ Kevin Hershberger served his community as an employee of the Cass County Road Commission, running its blacktop plant while doing ... Read more  | Add your comment

Solution on the way for Russom retention ponds

Russom Park visitors hoping to enjoy some aquatic activity inside the park grounds will soon be out of luck. The pair of unintentional bodies of ... Read more  | Add your comment

Sheriff’s office gets upgrade

Law enforcement to get modernized radio equipment In a move that’s been nearly 20 years in the making, deputies with the Cass County Sheriff’s Office ... Read more  | Add your comment

Preparing for winter

With snowfall in the forecast over the next several days, winter has officially arrived in the region. With the changing of the seasons also comes ... Read more  | Add your comment

City approves dual Dial-a-Ride agreement with county

While riders of the public transit system won’t notice the difference, the City of Dowagiac will be taking a less hands-on approach in regards to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac council approves new wayfinding signs

Officials with the City of Dowagiac are looking to provide some guidance to its residents and visitors — literally. Read more  | Add your comment

Proos, Pagel retain senate, house seats

Sen. John Proos won comfortably over challenger Bette Pierman in the race for District 21’s State Senate seat in Tuesday’s election. Proos, R-St. Joseph, gathered ... Read more  | Add your comment

Familiar faces return to Cass County commission

Despite the upheavals seen within the county offices in Cassopolis over the last several years, Cass County’s core leadership remained stable following Tuesday’s elections. Five ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles Township hires engineer for well replacement project

An engineering firm has been hired by the Niles Township Board of Trustees to do work on the township’s failed well. Read more  | Add your comment

Planning continues on Cass Avenue Park

Though winter weather is slowly setting in, the city isn’t sitting still in its plans to redevelop their recently acquired piece of creek-side property on ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  3. Recall aimed at Bertrand Township clerk  | Add your comment
  4. Niles Township firefighters to get small raise  | Add your comment
  5. Milton Township moves into new building  | Add your comment
  6. Controvery continues for Ontwa Township  | Add your comment
  7. MDEQ listens to concerns  | Add your comment
  8. Howard, Smith vying for Berrien County District Judge  | Add your comment
  9. Two more debates scheduled  | Add your comment
  10. Moroz, Miller face off in 59th District debate  | Add your comment
  11. Beer, wine festival planned  | Add your comment
  12. Utility rates to rise?  | Add your comment

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