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CENTREVILLE — The amount of online classes offered by Glen Oaks Community College will be drastically fewer this coming fall semester. Vice President of Academics Dr. Michael Goldin told the GOCC Board of Trustees during their meeting Thursday online class sections for the Fall 2021 semester would...
THREE RIVERS — Following the first-ever cancellation of the event in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Three Rivers Water Festival is now scheduled to go on as planned in 2021. In a press release Thursday, organizers announced the 64th Water Festival, considered by many to be the unofficial...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Constantine Village Council members look over application documents for recreational marijuana permits for businesses during their meeting on Feb. 1. The council unanimously approved the five-page forms.
CONSTANTINE — The Constantine Village Council took another important step on Monday, Feb. 1 with regards to recreational marijuana permitting in the village. Council members, during their regular meeting last week, unanimously approved the application documents required for a recreational marijuana...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Tricia Meyer said Friday while the city is making progress on creating a “social zone” downtown, there were a “few concerns” that need to be addressed before it can be implemented. The update was given during discussion...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Road Commission tabled a decision on a request for abandonment of a section of Haybridge Road in Florence Township following a lengthy public hearing Feb. 3, pending review by Florence Township officials. The portion of the road that would have been abandoned by...
Here is how some of St. Joseph County’s state and national representatives voted on selected legislation in the first month of the new legislative session in the state House and the United States House of Representatives. State Rep. Steve Carra and State Sen. Kim LaSata’s voting records and details...
CENTREVILLE — Centreville Public Schools will begin a new strategic planning cycle soon, and the Centreville community will be involved in that process. As part of the framework for the upcoming strategic plan outlined during the CPS Board of Education meeting Monday, CPS Superintendent Stephanie...
Photo Provided - Tom Desch, co-producer on an upcoming WNIT documentary about the St. Joseph River, films the river on location in Three Rivers during a production day. The hour-long documentary, with the working title of “The Giving Stream: The Story of the St. Joseph River”, is slated to premiere in towns along the St. Joseph River on Saturday, Aug. 28.
THREE RIVERS — The St. Joseph River and the communities that surround it have a long and winding history, like the river itself. That history, along with a look at the environment of the St. Joseph River watershed, is the subject of a new documentary being produced by a local PBS station that is...
Photo provided - Park Township Planning Commissioner Jack Coleman (left), with the help of Hoppin Elementary parent Tony Devlin (not pictured) presented Hoppin Elementary crossing guard Angie Keith (right) with a brand-new LED handheld stop sign last week, replacing an old one of Keith’s that did not have lights on it. Keith said the new stop sign would help increase the safety of kids crossing the intersection of Main Street and Armitage Street in Three Rivers.
THREE RIVERS — Crossing guards have one of the more thankless but important duties in helping kids get to school safely. Every morning and afternoon, near many of the local schools, they help kids cross usually-busy streets safely so they can get to and from class without issue. The guards hold a...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers City Commission tabled discussion Tuesday on a new policy that could change how the city sells city-owned tax sale properties. The city currently purchases tax foreclosed properties from St. Joseph County in order to control the redevelopment of those properties. At...

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