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  • Top 10 Restaurants You Haven't Thought of for Mother's Day

     
    When I asked for suggestions from readers for Mother's Day in an earlier post, I only got two. Thank you, NotableM and Matthew. (I did get more recommendations for Colorado -- don't ask -- but I'm trying to pretend that......
  • Meet the Band: David Glaser

    Hometown // Annapolis Current members // David Glaser, acoustic guitar and vocals Founded in // 1976 Style // acoustic rock Influenced by // Paul Simon, James Taylor, Stephen Stills Notable // Glaser recently released Cars and Lovers, a concept...
  • Driver dies as truck plunges off Bay Bridge

    Driver dies as truck plunges off Bay Bridge
    The driver of a tractor-trailer was killed early yesterday in a three-vehicle crash that sent the 18-wheeler plunging into the Chesapeake Bay — the first time that a vehicle has plummeted from the bridge in its 56-year history, according to...
  • Blood drives set across Michiana

    The South Bend Medical Foundation will hold the following blood drives: - North American Signs, 3601 Lathrop, South Bend, 7 to 10 a.m. today. - South Bend Clinic, 211 N. Eddy St., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today. - Plastic Solutions, Inc., 3615 Voorde Drive,...
  • Berrien Co. auctions off foreclosed properties online

    Berrien Co. auctions off foreclosed properties online
    Berrien County is taking bids on foreclosed properties online, the first online auction of its kind in Michigan. County Treasurer Bret Witkowski says the county has seen a 225% increase in foreclosed properties since last year. Sodus Township resident...
  • Polls open for special elections in Michigan

    Polls open for special elections in Michigan
    Polls in Michigan are open for the 2013 special elections. Some voters in our area are deciding on several important issues, including how much tax money they are willing to spend on education. Several school issues are on the ballots for voters to...
  • Police release name after body found in Stevensville

    We now know the name of the man whose body was found Saturday near Stevensville in Berrien County. The medical examiner says 46-year-old Michael T. Hall died because of an accidental mixture of alcohol and prescription drugs. Police say there are no...
  • Body found along road in Stevensville

    Body found along road in Stevensville
    Police in southwest Michigan are investigating a body found alongside the road. Around 3 Saturday morning police were called to West Glenlord Road in Stevensville, west of Red Arrow Highway. CLICK HERE for a map showing the aprroximate area. A...
  • 1 killed, 1 injured in Berrien County off-road vehicle accident

    1 killed, 1 injured in Berrien County off-road vehicle accident
    The following release was issued Tuesday: On Sunday July 7th, 2013 at approximately 1:22A.M., The Berrien County Dispatch Center received a 911 call of an accident involving an ORV. The ORV ran into a basketball hoop & pole. This occurred at 10254...
  • Cops name Stevensville man accused of setting step-father and mom on fire

    Cops name Stevensville man accused of setting step-father and mom on fire
    Police have released the identity of a 20-year-old Stevensville, Michigan man who they say set his step-father and mother on fire. Coloma Township Officers responded to the 5900 block of Little Paw Paw Lake Road after 911 dispatchers received a call...
  • Stevensville man climbing Mt. Denali for cancer

    A Southwest Michigan man is taking his fight against cancer to new heights...literally. Larry Ward, 62, from Stevensville, is preparing to climb Mt. Denali in Alaska. The reason, to raise awareness about cancer and money for Relay for Life of...
  • Civil misbehavior can land even non-Indians in Pokagons' tribal court

    Civil misbehavior can land even non-Indians in Pokagons' tribal court
    DOWAGIAC -- A Stevensville man recently sat before a judge in court, entered a guilty plea and agreed to pay a fine to settle a ticket. Only he wasn't in a county courtroom governed by state law. Instead, he was in a hall of justice established by the...