Local Government

Ideas for possible downtown Niles projects revealed

Niles’ director of community development provided a glimpse of a possible future for downtown to the city’s planning commission Monday, including plans to relocate Amtrak’s ... Read more  | Add your comment

Questionnaire in works for Cass courthouse restoration

The group of local men and women devoted to saving the century-old courthouse in downtown Cassopolis will be collecting public input about the project over ... Read more  | Add your comment

Councilman suggests restricting parking hours in Niles

A Niles City Council member has asked the city administrator to look into the possibility of making it so vehicles can't be parked on city ... Read more  | Add your comment

Vacancy filled on Berrien County Road Commission

The Berrien County Commissioners appointed a Benton Harbor businessman to the road commission board Thursday during their regular meeting in St. Joseph. Read more  | Add your comment

Man who killed sister gets 30 years

When questioned about what happened on the day he repeatedly stabbed his sister to death, Edward Hensley struggled to recount to the details of the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Council approves demolition project

An eyesore is about to come down. Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac man found guilty of assaulting witness

A Dowagiac man could face up to 15 years behind the bars of a Michigan prison, after being found guilty by a Cass County jury ... Read more  | Add your comment

Council to consider razing tree-damaged home

Council to consider razing tree-damaged home

The Niles City Council will consider awarding a contract for the demolition of a Cass Street property that was heavily damaged when a tree fell ... Read more  | Add your comment

Elected officials to get city insurance

The City of Niles will now offer health insurance to its part-time employees and elected officials after the city council voted 7-1 to approve the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Township won’t back SMCAS line of credit

Niles Charter Township isn’t willing to support an amendment that would allow Southwestern Michigan Community Ambulance Service to obtain a line of credit for capital ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac sees mixed results on Small Business Saturday

Dowagiac sees mixed results on Small Business Saturday

The day after millions of Americans swarmed the country’s big box retailers in pursuit of sharply discounted electronics and toys, a much different kind of ... Read more  | Add your comment

115 units signed up for Friday’s Candle-lig​ht Christmas parade

While the size of this year’s edition of Dowagiac’s annual Christmas parade will likely fall short of the record-breaking numbers seen last year, it will ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles celebrates small business with Shop Small Saturday

This Saturday, billions of shoppers across the United States supported locally owned businesses as part of Shop Small Saturday. Small businesses in Niles thanked the ... Read more  | Add your comment

More Articles

  1. Niles Council gives city administrator positive review  | Add your comment
  2. Township remains opposed to study  | Add your comment
  3. Days numbered for former public safety building  | Add your comment
  4. Sewage system to be upgraded  | Add your comment
  5. Holiday Homecoming date set  | Add your comment
  6. Sports complex deal gets green light  | Add your comment
  7. City earmarks $10,000 for renovation of downtown storefronts  | Add your comment
  8. Community embraces campaign to light downtown  | Add your comment
  9. Is a rate hike on the horizon for Niles Township?  | Add your comment
  10. Niles Council remains unchanged  | Add your comment
  11. Ambulance director explains absence from township meeting  | Add your comment
  12. Lyons to begin fifth term as mayor; tax levy defeated  | Add your comment

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