Business

United Way awards top businesses

United Way of Southwest Michigan surpassed its 2014 campaign goal and raised $3,755,759, an eight percent increase from the amount raised in 2013 and another ... Read more  | Add your comment

RadioShack in Niles plans to keep going strong

RadioShack in Niles plans to keep going strong

The owners of the Niles RadioShack say they will remain open and that the bankruptcy filed last week by RadioShack corporate will not affect them ... Read more  | Add your comment

New faces to help families at Clark Chapel

New faces to help families at Clark Chapel

There is no more trying time in someone’s life than dealing with grief and pain following the loss of loved one. During such a turbulent ... Read more  | Add your comment

Honor continues support of Cornerstone

SAINT JOSEPH, MICHIGAN — Honor Credit Union will continue its support of the Cornerstone Alliance in 2015 with a $7,500 investment. As a Cornerstone Alliance ... Read more  | Add your comment

Luna top loan originator for January

Residential mortgage lender Ruoff Home Mortgage announced that Kelly Luna was the top loan originator for their Niles office for the month of January 2015. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Lakeland announces name change

ST. JOSEPH — On Monday, Jan. 26, the Lakeland Board of Directors approved revising the organization’s name from Lakeland HealthCare to Lakeland Health. The board ... Read more  | Add your comment

Coffee shop coming soon to Niles

Coffee shop coming soon to Niles

A Niles couple is in the process transforming a once-vacant downtown storefront into a coffee shop. Wendy Halder said she and her husband, Eric, plan ... Read more  | Add your comment

On display

On display

New antique market open for business The ever-growing community of local artisans now has a new space to show off their creations to residents and ... Read more  | Add your comment

Popular downtown restaurant goes out of business

Last month, Foodies Fresh Cafe and Catering served its last customers, as owners Carol and David Heflin decided to close the popular downtown eatery after ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles business not affected by bridge project

Downtown Niles businesses are reporting that the Main Street Bridge replacement project is not affecting their business negatively. Read more  | Add your comment

Pokagon Fund awards grant to Ice Time

The Pokagon Fund, which is a multi-year underwriter of Dowagiac’s Ice Time Festival, has awarded a $2,000 fine arts grant to the Greater Dowagiac Chamber ... Read more  | Add your comment

Prized Pig celebrates anniversary with Chamber

Prized Pig celebrates anniversary with Chamber

The Four Flags Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a one year anniversary ribbon cutting for The Prized Pig on Jan. 22, 2015, at 11:30 a.m. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles small business owner customizes classics

Niles small business owner customizes classics

Growing up in Southern California where hot rods and beautiful vehicles roamed the streets with regularity, Jerry Fry developed a deep love for cars. Fry, ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  2. Niles businesses report successful Hunter Ice Fest  | Add your comment
  3. Massimo’s considering relocating  | Add your comment
  4. Wounded Minnow to host DASAS fundraiser  | Add your comment
  5. Masquerade Ball Feb. 14  | Add your comment
  6. Chamber seeking nominations  | Add your comment
  7. WNIL bringing back ‘The Voice’  | Add your comment
  8. Gonzalez named sales director  | Add your comment
  9. Niles CPA retires  | Add your comment
  10. Fifth Third promotes new leader  | Add your comment
  11. Construction continues on movie theater in downtown Dowagiac  | Add your comment
  12. Business gets a new look  | Add your comment

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