Local Government

Residents weigh in on district changes

Trustees considering options for rezoning With more favorable weather outside compared to the previous gathering, dozens of LaGrange residents packed inside the confines of the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Planning ahead

City seeks public input for new parks plan When it comes to development of the city’s abundance of walking trails, riverside properties, sport fields, and ... Read more  | Add your comment

Fixing the roof

Commissioners discuss next set of repairs for former courthouse For its first regular meeting of 2015, the Cass County Board of Commissioners returned to the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Board elects new officers

Board elects new officers

New chair, vice-chair elected leaders of Cass County Board of Commissioners Cass County Commissioner Bernie Williamson is starting off her second in term in office in ... Read more  | Add your comment

Massimo’s considering relocating

Owners may move restaurant The owners of Massimo’s Pizzeria are in negotiations to purchase the old Mittler Supply building at 510 N. Front St., located just ... Read more  | Add your comment

Developer interested in former YMCA

Developer interested in former YMCA

Plans to build up-scale town homes on lot A group of investors led by French Paper Company President Jerry French has expressed strong interest in purchasing ... Read more  | Add your comment

City approves new contract with maintenance worker union

The men and women responsible for the upkeep of the city’s streets and sewers will be receiving some new benefits. The Dowagiac City Council approved ... Read more  | Add your comment

A new leader

A new leader

Financial aid advisor appointed to city council For the past 11 years, Danielle Lucas has been a trusted figure for many students at Southwestern Michigan College, ... Read more  | Add your comment

A heated decision

LaGrange considers changes to fire coverage Some major changes could be coming to the fire response for a portion of LaGrange Township residents. The township ... Read more  | Add your comment

Lunch with the League on Jan. 19

Join League of Women Voters members for lunch on Monday, Jan. 19 at noon at Coach’s Bar & Grill, 2528 W. Glenlord in Stevensville. A ... Read more  | Add your comment

Cass prosecutor outlines state organization’s 2015 goals

LANSING — Victor Fitz, Cass County Prosecutor and President of the Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan (PAAM), announced his focus for 2015. Fitz intends to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Cleaning up Fifth Street

Cleaning up Fifth Street

In an attempt to improve the image of the Fifth Street corridor, the Niles City Council has purchased three properties near the intersection of North ... Read more  | Add your comment

Council approves request for Russom grant extension

The grant that made many of the renovations possible for Dowagiac’s Russom Park still has one final trick up its sleeve — helping to remove ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Council approves hike in utility rates  | Add your comment
  2. Police department praised for role in Amtrak stabbings  | Add your comment
  3. Pucker Street Dam removal cost skyrockets  | Add your comment
  4. Ambulance facility coming  | Add your comment
  5. Council member resigns  | Add your comment
  6. Commission approves new ambulance facility  | Add your comment
  7. Part 2: Upton shares thoughts on the Keystone Pipeline  | Add your comment
  8. County selects new member for road commission  | Add your comment
  9. Solution on the way for Russom retention ponds  | Add your comment
  10. Sheriff’s office gets upgrade  | Add your comment
  11. Preparing for winter  | Add your comment
  12. City approves dual Dial-a-Ride agreement with county  | Add your comment

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