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THREE RIVERS — A number of items and upgrades will be coming to the St. Joseph County Commission on Aging (COA) thanks to recently-approved American Rescue Plan funding. The COA’s Board of Directors were updated on how much the agency received and what items will be coming to the COA during their...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Pictured is the entrance to the City of Three Rivers’ Wastewater Treatment Plant Thursday. The city approved a $6.9 million contract to improve its wastewater system, which includes new pumps, new electrical equipment and new controls at four of the stations, as well as diverting 75 percent of the Constantine Street plant’s load to a new Broadway Street station to be constructed.
THREE RIVERS — The City of Three Rivers will soon embark on a project to upgrade and improve its wastewater system over the next couple of years. On Tuesday, the Three Rivers City Commission approved a construction contract with Davis Construction for $6.9 million to make system improvements at...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Pictured is the Nottawa Road bridge over the Prairie River Wednesday. The bridge will be part of a $24.3 million bridge bundling project from MDOT to fix 19 bridges around the state, with work on this bridge to begin Monday.
NOTTAWA TWP. — A bridge in Nottawa Township will be getting some much-needed work done to it beginning next week. On Monday, Aug. 22, Nottawa Road between M-86 and Findley Road will be closed so the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) can perform a superstructure replacement on the Nottawa...
NOTTAWA TWP. — A Dollar General store will not be setting up shop in Nottawa anytime soon. The Nottawa Township Board voted unanimously Monday to officially deny a rezoning request from Midwest V LLC of Grand Haven, a development company that works with Dollar General. The request would have...
CENTREVILLE — Two funding requests for county departments through the American Rescue Plan (ARP) were approved by county commissioners Tuesday. The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a $217,260 request from the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department for body cameras, as...
CONSTANTINE — The Constantine Village Council tabled a request by Tranquility Fields, Inc. (TFI) of Ann Arbor at an Aug. 15 council meeting to place a marijuana consumption establishment/event center and a recreational retail provisioning facility at 230 N. Washington St. The applications were...
CENTREVILLE — An effort to recall White Pigeon’s village president has reportedly fell short of its petition signature goal. In a determination filed Wednesday, St. Joseph County Clerk Lindsay Oswald stated that there were an insufficient number of valid petition signatures to move forward with...
CENTREVILLE — Twenty-five entities in St. Joseph County have submitted requests for a piece of the county’s remaining $1 million in American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds. Now the question of whose requests will get filled and for how much will be answered by the county commissioners themselves. On...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Members of the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education debate the proposed guidelines for classroom displays during their meeting Monday.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Community Schools will seek more guidance on proposed guidelines for classroom displays before making a final decision. No action was taken Monday by the TRCS Board of Education on the proposed guidelines for Three Rivers Community Schools buildings, instead opting to go...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - (From left to right) Karen Hutson, Antoinette Dehn, and Cynthia Giacobone of Three Rivers pose with their bags from Sass in the City Friday night. Over 500 people from around the area attended Sass in the City, one of the biggest turnouts in the event’s history.
THREE RIVERS — Ladies from all around the area packed downtown Three Rivers Friday night for the annual Sass in the City “ladies’ night out.” Organizers were very pleased with the turnout for Friday’s event, saying it was one of the highest turnouts they’ve seen for the event post-COVID. It was...

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