Fast Gait Saturday

By Staff
CASSOPOLIS -- The Westgate Center, Cass COA and Cass County Sheriff's Office are teaming up to sponsor the 14th annual Fast Gait Run set for Saturday.
The run/walk will begin at 9 a.m. at the Cass County Fairgrounds and loops through scenic Cass County back roads and concludes back at the fairgrounds with an awards ceremony.
Trophies will be awarded to the top male and female runners in the race. Each division winner will also receive an award. Pre-registrants will receive a choice of an insulated lunch sack or hat.
Fee for all events is $15 and is open to ages 7-to-70 plus.
Pre-registration packets are available by contacting Don Switzer at 445-3170.

Giving

Niles nonprofit aims to provide 100 Thanksgiving Day meals

News

Niles couple plans for socially-distanced Thanksgiving

Business

Niles Main Street launches social media campaign focused on shopping small during the holiday season

Edwardsburg

Two involved in Edwardsburg drug bust arraigned on charges

Berrien County

COVID-19 UPDATE: Berrien, Cass, Van Buren counties report additional COVID-19 deaths

News

Niles City Council welcomes new member

Business

The Strand to offer hayride tour of Sister Lakes

Buchanan

Buchanan City Commission discusses master plan, marijuana application, trees complaints

News

Niles City Council approves outdoor dining zone

News

UPDATE: Rite Aid expands no-cost COVID-19 testing

Dowagiac

Dowagiac city utilities portal receives positive feedback from community

News

Niles District Library decorates for holidays

Business

New Niles restaurant to celebrate creativity

Berrien County

COVID-19 UPDATE: Michigan reports 314,216 cases, 8,543 deaths

News

Niles man charged in downtown bank robbery

Berrien County

Pokagon Band donates proceeds from Four Winds Invitational to Beacon Children’s Hospital

Berrien County

Local effort underway to support Wreaths Across America

Dowagiac

SMC unveils Grady Scholars initiative

News

MDARD, MI Retailers Association, Meijer urging consumers to shop as normal

News

Further protecting construction, manufacturing workers, MIOSHA enhances inspection efforts

Berrien County

Police rescue man trapped under vehicle after two-car crash in Niles Township

News

Niles mayor asks public to heed warnings after testing positive for COVID-19

Business

Local tree farm opens for holiday season

Edwardsburg

Edwardsburg Sports Complex asking for support on GivingTuesday