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THREE RIVERS — Two potential projects affecting residents of the St. Joseph County Commission on Aging’s Rivers Enrichment Center in Three Rivers were discussed during the COA’s Board of Directors meeting Wednesday via Zoom. The projects involve a potential community garden project at the center,...
CONSTANTINE - At their March 15 meeting, the Constantine Village Council set a special meeting to finalize the 2021-2022 village budget for 7 p.m. on March 29. It includes a public hearing at 7:03 p.m. to hear comments on the budget. Village Manager Mark Honeysett presented the council his notes on...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Residents gather downtown to listen to singer/guitarist Mariah DeCloedt at a live music and food donation event at the East Alley in downtown Three Rivers Saturday.
THREE RIVERS — Live music and fresh air could be found at the East Alley in downtown Three Rivers Saturday, as a Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority event brought dozens to the outdoor space. The DDA hosted a meet up and food drive event Saturday, bringing dozens of people to the East Alley...
COLDWATER — More COVID-19 vaccine doses are now available in the tri-county area of St. Joseph, Branch and Hillsdale Counties, and with that, more people in the area are now eligible to receive them. The Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency (BHSJ) announced Monday they have...
THREE RIVERS — Live theater will be back in Three Rivers this spring. The Three Rivers Community Players announced last week they will be returning to outdoor stage productions over the next few months, continuing a theater season that was paused due to a combination of winter weather and COVID-19...
THREE RIVERS — With COVID-19 vaccination distribution in full force, many eligible people have been scrambling to make appointments to get their shot. For those in the older demographic, however, it may be tough to figure out how to make one of these appointments, especially for those with little...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Park Township Trustee Mike Kinne holds up a copy of the Three Rivers Public Library’s latest library services contract offer to their township during Wednesday’s Park Township board meeting. While the board formally rejected this particular contract offer at the meeting, both the board and library are expected to continue negotiations on a new library services contract following an almost 90-minute discussion on the subject.
PARK TWP. — With a library services contract between Park Township and the Three Rivers Public Library still in limbo, representatives from both parties said Wednesday they will continue negotiating to hash out a deal. An almost 90-minute discussion on the topic of the contract was held at...
CENTREVILLE — In-person meetings will start again soon for the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners. Near the end of their executive committee meeting Wednesday, commissioners decided to return to in-person meetings beginning with their regular meeting on April 6. The meeting will be held in...
THREE RIVERS — St. Joseph County seniors will be able to get back to in-person programs at the St. Joseph County Commission on Aging in just a couple of days. On Wednesday, the COA announced they will begin offering in-person activities again at both the Rivers Enrichment Center in Three Rivers and...
CENTREVILLE — A local Federally Qualified Health Center is now joining the fight against COVID-19 in a significant way. On Tuesday, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) named Covered Bridge Healthcare, based in Centreville, as one of 22 awardees in the state’s community...

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