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COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Representatives from Clark Logic, the Village of Constantine, and other entities shovel dirt during a ceremonial groundbreaking on Clark Logic’s new $5.7 million expansion in Constantine Thursday. The new 101,000 square foot addition will house more space for the company’s logistics operation.
CONSTANTINE — A new expansion at Clark Logic is expected to bring a number of jobs to the Constantine community. On Thursday, Sept. 15, the company broke ground on a $5.7 million, 101,000 square foot building addition to their site in Constantine at 950 Industrial Dr. Once complete, the new...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Friday, Aug. 12 during downtown Three Rivers’ Sass in the City event for the new Cedar and Sage Boutique, located at 109 Portage Ave. The ceremonial ribbon was cut by owner Katie Jacobs (third from left, holding scissors), who officially opened the store back on Memorial Day weekend.
THREE RIVERS — A new women’s boutique in Three Rivers opened up shop recently in downtown, with a perfect event-filled backdrop to do so. The Cedar and Sage Boutique, located at 109 Portage Ave., officially had its grand opening celebration on Friday, Aug. 12 during the Sass in the City event in...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Brandon (right) and Ashley Magnus are co-owners of the new Constantine brewery River Trade Brewing Company, which opened its doors to the public at its location at 145 S. Washington St. Saturday, Aug. 6. The brewery offers in-house brewed beer, food and dessert.
CONSTANTINE — There have been many different businesses that have called 145 S. Washington St. in Constantine home over the last few decades, from furniture stores and flower shops to breweries and more. Now, a new brewery will occupy the space, and brings a brand-new eating/drinking establishment...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Confluence Cannabis co-owner Mara Kore (left) and receptionist Bailey Dodson (right) stand under Confluence Cannabis’ logo in the reception area Friday. Confluence Cannabis, a brand-new locally-owned recreational marijuana shop, opened its doors in Three Rivers last week.
THREE RIVERS — The first cannabis company to receive a retail permit in Three Rivers became the second recreational marijuana store to open in the city last week. Confluence Cannabis, located in the old Goodwill building at 104 S. U.S. 131, opened its doors to the public officially on July 18,...
THREE RIVERS — Together, co-owners Stephanie Brumfield and Zyrone Sanders have refurbished the old Maple Land Skating Rink into a facility where youth in the community can come and enjoy themselves in a safe environment. Skate Dreams was able to open its doors for a special Grand Opening back on...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Seven-year-old Calee Puzneak (left) receives a scoop of ice cream from Momma Bee’z Sweet Treats and More owner Brittani McClain (right) during the grand opening event of the new ice cream shop, bakery and sandwich shop Friday morning.
CONSTANTINE — Brittani McClain has loved baking almost her entire life. The Three Rivers native and current Constantine resident started making baked goods from a young age, for one simple reason: to make people smile and brighten their day. “I've always liked baking and making people happy with...
Photo Provided - A look at the Union Hall Block Building (AKA the Tasty Nut Shop Building) in White Pigeon. A local nonprofit group looking to repair and restore the building, Union Hall Block Building, Inc. (UHBBI), was deeded ownership of the building last week by previous owners Marjorie Hamminga and Linda Hochstetler.
WHITE PIGEON — A historical building whose fate is still up in the air is now under new ownership. On May 17, the nonprofit Union Hall Block Building, Inc. (UHBBI) announced they were deeded over the Tasty Nut Shop Building (also known as the Union Hall Block Building) from previous owners Marjorie...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Members of the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce help Harbor Farmz founder and CEO Michael Ward (center, holding scissors) cut the ceremonial ribbon during a ribbon-cutting event at the flagship store for Harbor Farmz Tuesday. The store, located at 503 S. U.S. 131, is the first recreational marijuana store to open in Three Rivers.
THREE RIVERS — Legal recreational marijuana is now available to purchase in Three Rivers. On Saturday, the first adult-use marijuana retailer in the city, Harbor Farmz, opened its doors to the public with a considerable turnout. According to Harbor Farmz CEO and founder Michael Ward, 350 people...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Members of the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce accompany James Sherman (center, holding scissors) as he cuts the ribbon on the new location of James Sherman Salon at 1132 N. Main St. in Three Rivers Friday.
THREE RIVERS — After being downtown for a number of years, James Sherman Salon has a new home a little farther north in town. On Friday, the salon, along with members of the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce, celebrated with a ribbon cutting at the new location, 1132 N. Main St. in Three Rivers...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Useless Creatures Brewing Company, a new brewery in Three Rivers that’s expected to open in June, were the recipient of a $25,000 Match on Main grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, which will help them upgrade bar equipment and brewing equipment before they officially open.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority received a state grant to help a new brewery get ready to open for business. On Monday, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s office announced that 19 communities around the state, including Three Rivers, were awarded a Match on Main Grant...

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