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Board to vote on borrowing $2 million

Board to vote on borrowing $2 million

The Niles Community Schools Board of Education is expected to vote on a proposal to borrow as much as $2 million in an advance on ... Read more  | Add your comment

County in need of foster homes

County in need of foster homes

BUCHANAN — Within two weeks of having their first foster child reunite with his mother, Brandon and Pam Lubbert had gotten several phone calls from ... Read more  | Add your comment

Semi dumps steel coil on U.S. 12

Semi dumps steel coil on U.S. 12

It was a scary situation Monday morning when a tractor-trailer lost its load while traveling along U.S. Highway 12 just off the exit ramp to ... Read more  | Add your comment

‘O that old rugged cross’

‘O that old rugged cross’

The Old Rugged Cross Foundation (ORCF) has booked several talented musical performers for the next two concerts in its new “Third Sunday at Three” series ... Read more  | Add your comment

Programs spared from cuts

Programs spared from cuts

A collective sigh of relief could almost be heard as the Niles City Council announced Monday it will likely approve maintaining about $100,000 in funding ... Read more  | Add your comment

Berrien County Police Report

June 3 — Responded at 8:27 a.m. to the report of a missing person in the 1200 block of State Line Road, Niles Township — Responded at ... Read more  | Add your comment

Silverbrook seeking donations for poles

Silverbrook seeking donations for poles

The City of Niles, the American Legion Post 26 and Friends of Silverbrook Cemetery are working together to provide a new way of honoring veterans ... Read more  | Add your comment

Ring Lardner Middle School Honor Roll, Second Semester, Second Nine Weeks

3.25.-3.99 GPA,  Seventh Grade Khalilah Abdullah, Tyisha Allen, Jayden Anderson, Joseph Avance, Alondra Avila Ramirez,  Alexandria Bailey, Ashley Banks, Tegan Bays, Katelynn Bell, Madisyn Boettcher, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Pit spitters to pucker up

Pit spitters to pucker up

The Tree-Mendus Fruit Farm, 9351 East Eureka Rd., Eau Claire will be hosting the 38th International Cherry Pit Spit Saturday, July 2. Read more  | Add your comment

Niles Community Schools still seeking $750K in budget cuts

Though classwork may be over for students, Niles Community Schools officials are still hard at work looking at what more of their budget they can ... Read more  | Add your comment

Team Michigan posts win at Sports Fest

Team Michigan posts win at Sports Fest

MISHAWAKA, Ind. — Defending Sports Fest champion Team Michigan got off to a good start Monday afternoon as its tennis team posted a 4-1 win ... Read more  | Add your comment

Free booth space for Underground Railroad Days

VANDALIA — The Village of Vandalia is sponsoring Underground Railroad Days on Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17, across from Milo Barnes Park. Read more  | Add your comment

Assessor’s agreement revamped for savings

Dowagiac should save $300 a month, or $3,600 during 2011-2012, by revising its assessing agreement with Edward VanderVries of Portage. Read more  | Add your comment

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  2. Saturday’s dance doubleheader at SMC  | Add your comment
  3. Aug. 16 filing deadline for Nov. 8 city election  | Add your comment
  4. 35 Ford Speedsters visiting Saturday  | Add your comment
  5. ‘Third Sunday at Three’ June 19 features McDuffy  | Add your comment
  6. The Butterfly Project  | Add your comment
  7. New center hopes to heal mind, body and spirit  | Add your comment
  8. Cass man injured in accident  | Add your comment
  9. Local students participate in ASCE national competition  | Add your comment
  10. Robotics returns to Bertrand Crossings Campus  | Add your comment
  11. Jefferson Twp. car crash injures three  | Add your comment
  12. Cass man, 20, hurt in Calvin Twp. motorcycle mishap  | Add your comment

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