Local Government

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

20 years in the making

20 years in the making

City hosts dedication ceremony of new downtown dental clinic For a project so monumental to the future of the city, it was only fitting that ... Read more  | Add your comment

Committee discusses use for building

In their first meeting since June, the members of the Cass County Historic Courthouse Committee devoted most of their time together on Wednesday morning to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Recall aimed at Bertrand Township clerk

An effort to recall Bertrand Township Clerk Jane Lano is moving forward. Read more  | Add your comment

Niles Township firefighters to get small raise

Niles Township Firefighters will receive a small raise according to a new contract approved by the township’s board of trustees during Monday’s regular meeting. Read more  | Add your comment

Milton Township moves into new building

Milton Township moves into new building

After two years of design work and a year of construction, Milton Township’s new township hall is opening its doors. Township officials and staff were ... Read more  | Add your comment

Controvery continues for Ontwa Township

Another packed Ontwa Township Hall erupted late Monday night when the board appointed Jerry Bolock to the Wastewater Board on a 5-2 vote. Read more  | Add your comment

MDEQ listens to concerns

The Michigan Department of Environmental Control (MDEQ) held a public hearing at the Edwardsburg Performing Art Center (PAC) to discuss Ontwa Townships controversial wastewater treatment ... Read more  | Add your comment

Howard, Smith vying for Berrien County District Judge

BERRIEN SPRINGS — Candidates for the first contested judgeship race in 10 years in Berrien County took part in a candidate forum at Berrien RESA ... Read more  | Add your comment

Two more debates scheduled

The faceoff between the candidates in the 59th District on Monday was the first of several debates the League of Women Voters will be hosting ... Read more  | Add your comment

Moroz, Miller face off in 59th District debate

The two candidates vying for Matt Lori’s seat in the Michigan House of Representatives in November went head-to-head on Monday night, disagreeing on healthcare, prisons, ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Beer, wine festival planned  | Add your comment
  2. Utility rates to rise?  | Add your comment
  3. Students need to slow down  | Add your comment
  4. City hires firms to evaluate downtown, parks  | Add your comment
  5. Despite football, trick or treating remains on track in Dowagiac  | Add your comment
  6. Workers wrap up demo of former Niles public safety building  | Add your comment
  7. Broadway parking change proposed  | Add your comment
  8. Niles receives award for water quality  | Add your comment
  9. Owner of classic car customization shop eyes Niles building  | Add your comment
  10. Council considers tax break  | Add your comment
  11. Township treasurer: I feel vindicated  | Add your comment
  12. Report: Facility in the clear  | Add your comment

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