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A group from the St. Joseph County Commission on Aging caroled at Woodbrook Senior Apartments (pictured here), Grace Healthcare of Three Rivers and Heartland Healthcare Center on Wednesday, Dec. 14.
Megyn Forest from Borgess Trauma Services visited Centreville on Dec. 12 to meet with a group of sophomores to talk about distracted driving. Students viewed a PowerPoint presentation showing the different distractions that drivers can face and how to best eliminate them. This included speaking up...
(From left) Glen Oaks Community College trustee Rod Lopez, chairperson Bruce Gosling and trustee Elizabeth Datkovic take the oath of office during the GOCC Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 14 in Centreville. Administering the oath is Diane Zinsmaster, executive associate to the...
THREE RIVERS — On Saturday, the “Old Red Fire House” did its second free giveaway of clothing and household items.   The first time, Nov. 25, 920 items were given to 46 families. The second time, Dec. 10, 1,428 items given to 68 families. Two more times are coming up, December 17 and 23. Many...
Three flights of individuals participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for the upcoming student housing project at Glen Oaks Community College on Wednesday, Dec. 14 in Centreville. The dormitory is expected to house 108 beds and is slated for completion by fall 2017. (Pictured from left) GOCC Board...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County board of commissioners, during their executive committee meeting Wednesday, Dec. 14, decided to let new county board members have the responsibility of filling the upcoming vacancy on the road commission board. David Yunker’s term expires Dec. 31, 2016. County...
The Conductor (Mark Brost of Three Rivers) punches a ticket for admission to one of two special showings of the Polar Express Sunday, Dec. 11 at the Riviera Theatre. The Riviera partnered with Immaculate Conception Catholic School to present a “Family Movie Night to Fight Hunger in Three Rivers.”...
CENTREVILLE — The Department of Health and Human Services board voted Tuesday, Dec. 13 to give the St. Joseph County United Way $2,500 to adopt six or seven families for Christmas, as well as to give $250 to DHHS employees toward their project of getting Christmas gifts for 51 adults. The families...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Department of Veterans’ Services announces receipt of a $5,000 grant from the Michigan Veteran Affairs Agency (MVAA). This grant will allow the SJC Department of Veterans’ Services to redesign its current website to serve as a comprehensive one-stop resource for...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Department of Veterans’ Services announces receipt of a $5,000 grant from the Michigan Veteran Affairs Agency (MVAA). This grant will allow the SJC Department of Veterans’ Services to redesign its current website to serve as a comprehensive one-stop resource for...

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