goingon
NEWS ARCHIVE

(01-23-2023) • Jamie Reitenour Seeking Nomination To Run For Indiana Governor

(01-23-2023) • Coldwater Issues Statement On Fake Instagram Account

(01-23-2023) • ProMedica Coldwater Hospital Nurses Could Strike

(01-21-2023) • Bronson Inducts Six New Members In H.S. Hall Of Fame

(01-21-2023) • Fink Says Michigan Shouldn’t Funnel Taxpayer Dollars To Chinese Company

(01-21-2023) • MSP Asking For Help In Arson Investigation

(01-21-2023) • Abbott Plant In Sturgis Under Criminal Investigation

(01-20-2023) • Banks Announces Candidacy For U.S. Senate

(01-19-2023) • Eastwood Shows Of Updates And Improvements

(01-19-2023) • LaGrange County Trying To Find Solution With Radios

(01-18-2023) • Indiana Sheriff’s Association Offering Scholarships In 2023

(01-18-2023) • LaGrange County Commission Raises Buggy Plate Fees

(01-18-2023) • Testimony To Be Allowed In Lafler Trial

(01-18-2023) • Teens Detained For Damaging Property With BB Guns

(01-18-2023) • Point In Time Homeless Count Set For January 25

(01-17-2023) • Parkview LaGrange Foundation Offering Healthcare Scholarships

(01-17-2023) • Bronson To Host CEDAM Fellow

(01-20-2023) • Four People Dead In Steuben County Fire

(01-13-2023) • Fink Sworn In For Another Term At State Representative

(01-13-2023) • LaGrange Chamber Unveils New Vision And Mission Statements

(01-13-2023) • Minor Damage Reported In Friday House Fire

(01-13-2023) • Sturgis Woman Arrested In Calhoun County Arson Investigation

(01-13-2023) • LaGrange Council Discusses Possible Increase To Wheel and Surtax

(01-12-2023) • Former Hillsdale County Deputy Sentenced For Misconduct

(01-12-2023) • Lindsey Sworn In As State Senator For New 17th District

(01-12-2023) • City Commission Honors Hughes During Last Meeting

(01-11-2023) • Kalamazoo County Man Pleads Guilty To Vicksburg Man’s Death

(01-10-2023) • LaGrange Foundation Seeking Volunteers To Evaluate Scholarship Apps

(01-09-2023) • Structure Fire Possibly Caused By Overloaded Circuit

(01-09-2023) • Fremont Man Arrested On Battery Charges

(01-09-2023) • LaGrange Co. Council Names Strawser President For 2023

(01-09-2023) • Mike Hughes To Assist In City Manager Transition

(01-09-2023) • Bronson Man Sentenced For Sex Crimes

(01-14-2023) • Mother And Three Children Dead After Steuben County Fire

(01-07-2023) • State Representative Fink Announces New Contact Information

(01-07-2023) • Richardson Staying As Sturgis Area Community Foundation Director

(01-07-2023) • Indiana Graduation Rates Released For 2022

(01-06-2023) • Tim Stoll Remains Chairman Of Branch County Commission

(01-06-2023) • LaGrange And Noble Counties Getting More Federal Emergency Funds

(01-06-2023) • Hillsdale Man Arrested In Bronson Following Drive By Shooting

(01-05-2023) • LaGrange Chamber Holding Member Showcase

(01-05-2023) • Restraining Order For Mill Race Apartments Extended

(01-05-2023) • Branch County Stabbing Suspect Arraigned

(01-04-2023) • No Change In LaGrange Co. Commission Leadership In 2023

(01-03-2023) • CHA Offers Free Radon Test Kits

(01-04-2023) • Suspect Arrested In Union City Area Stabbings

(01-03-2023) • City of Coldwater Hosting Citizens Academy

(01-03-2023) • New Minimum Wage In Effect In Michigan

(01-03-2023) • Glen Oaks To Be Closed On Wednesday

(01-01-2023) • One Person Dead In Sturgis Apartment Fire

(12-31-2022) • Policelli Resigns As Sturgis Historical Museum Director

(12-31-2022) • Three People Injured In Cass County Crash

(12-31-2022) • LaGrange Commissioners Approve Generators For County Buildings

(12-31-2022) • Sturgis DPS Has Person Of Interest In Homicide Investigation

(12-30-2022) • St. Joseph CTA Offering Free Rides New Year’s Eve

(12-30-2022) • Temporary Restraining Order Extended Following Hearing

(12-30-2022) • Sturgis Public Safety Investigating Shooting Death

(12-30-2022) • Niles Man Dies In One Vehicle Crash

(12-30-2022) • Southwest Michigan Jobless Rates Drop Slightly In November

(12-30-2022) • Constantine Resident Injured In Cass County Crash

(12-28-2022) • Zent Given New Responsibilities In Indiana House

(12-28-2022) • Three Tax Changes Happening In Indiana In New Year

(12-28-2022) • County Commission Hears Plans For New Building And Renovations

(12-27-2022) • Constantine Man Injured In Vehicle v Semi Collision

(12-27-2022) • Indiana Attracted Over $22 Billion In Capital Investments In 2022

(12-27-2022) • City Commission Approves Time Line For Hiring New Manager

(12-27-2022) • Roxanne Persing Steps Down As Chamber Director

(12-24-2022) • LaGrange County Remaining Red Saturday Morning

(12-23-2022) • LaGrange County Moving To Travel Warning Red

(12-22-2022) • Homeowners Need To Be Aware Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

(12-22-2022) • Lillywhite Issues Travel Advisory

(12-22-2022) • Sturgis Declares Snow Removal Emergency

(12-22-2022) • City Of Sturgis Reminds Residents Of Snow Removal Policy

(12-22-2022) • Local Official Say Prepare For Winter Weather

(12-14-2022) • Crouch And Braun Announced Candidacy For Governor

(12-14-2022) • 2022 Boots And Shoes A Success

(12-14-2022) • Quincy Man Pleads No Contest In Two Incidents

(12-13-2022) • Centreville Man Arrested Following Police Chase

(12-13-2022) • Kuk To Be Appointed Interim City Manager

(12-12-2022) • Weekend Sturgis House Fires Being Investigated

(12-12-2022) • Three Rivers Commercial News Gets New Ownership

(12-12-2022) • MSP Investigating Wire Theft

(12-12-2022) • LaGrange County EDC Holding Founders Forum

(12-12-2022) • City Commission To Discuss Interim City Manager And Search Firms

(12-10-2022) • Borgess Nurses Reach Tentative Agreement With Ascension

(12-10-2022) • Glen Oaks Board Approves Remote Work Policy

(12-08-2022) • Bronson Fire Department Seeing Increase In Illegal Burning Complaints

(12-08-2022) • Sturgis K-9 Officer Gets Body Armor Donation

(12-08-2022) • Community Mental Health Looking At New Name

(12-08-2022) • Centreville Schools Considering Bond Renewal

(12-08-2022) • Michigan State Police Recover Stolen Vehicles And Trailers

(12-07-2022) • Three Rivers Commercial News Closing Operations Saturday

(12-07-2022) • Florida Man Dies in Semi-Pick Up Crash

(12-06-2022) • Sturgis bowling teams win home opener over Paw Paw

(12-06-2022) • Kamryn Miller Named 2023 Lilly Endowment Scholarship Winner

(12-06-2022) • Southwest Michigan Jobless Rates Up Slightly In October

(12-05-2022) • Glen Oaks Board Gets Update On Glen Oaks Foundation

(12-05-2022) • Coldwater Man Sentenced On CSC Charge

(12-05-2022) • One Seat Still Open On Constantine Village Council

(12-05-2022) • Coldwater Woman Arrested Following Crash

(12-05-2022) • City Commission To Seek RFQ’s For City Attorney

(12-05-2022) • Missing Elkhart Man Found Dead In Sturgis Township

(12-03-2022) • Gary Timmerman Named To Noble County Commission

(12-02-2022) • Family Still Searching For Brittany Shank

(12-01-2022) • Sturgis To Hold Off Temporarily On Hiring Firm For City Manager Search

(12-03-2022) • Constantine Applies For Grant To Build Splash Pad

(11-30-2022) • Woman Arrested On Drug Charges

(12-03-2022) • LaGrange County EDC Announces Facilitator

(12-03-2022) • Lillywhite Steps Up Enforcement To Address Speed Related Fatalities

(12-03-2022) • Bronson Man Sentenced On Sex Crime Charge

(12-03-2022) • Former Fabius Township Supervisor Has Case Bound Over

(11-28-2022) • Colon Schools Asking For Input On New Strategic Plan

(11-28-2022) • Michigan House Speaker Says No To Election Inquiry

(11-26-2022) • Lights Of Love Back For 2022

(11-25-2022) • Cover Wins Partial Term On Three Rivers Board Of Education

(11-26-2022) • Road Commission Getting New Storage Barn

(11-25-2022) • LaGrange County Commission Will Seek New Medical Officer

(11-25-2022) • Noble County Republicans To Caucus To Fill Commission Seat

(11-23-2022) • Thanksgiving Dinners Offered Around The Area

(11-23-2022) • Verrill Enters Pleas On Two Sex Charges

(11-22-2022) • Coldwater Firefighters Help Puppy Who Was Overdosed

(11-22-2022) • Albarran Wins Write In Race To Remain On Bronson School Board

(11-22-2022) • Sturgis BOE Approves Roof Replacement At High School

(11-22-2022) • Colon Student Becomes Ill After Taking Virtual Challenge

(11-23-2022) • Lopez Waives Preliminary Hearing In Death Of Infant

(11-21-2022) • CHA Offices Closed Thursday And Friday

(11-21-2022) • LaGrange County Community Foundation Awards Fall Grants

(11-20-2022) • Three Rivers Man Injured In Crash

(11-17-2022) • City Commission Agrees To Interview Firms For City Manager Search

(11-19-2022) • Local Homeless Shelter Leaders Participate In “One Night without a Home”

(11-19-2022) • LaGrange County Sheriff's Office to host Stuff a Cruiser Toy Drive

(11-16-2022) • Grand New Party Formed In Michigan

(11-16-2022) • Former Hillsdale County Deputy Pleads Guilty To Misconduct

(11-16-2022) • Planning Commission Approves Site Plans For Popeye’s Restaurant

(11-15-2022) • ash Named Executive Director Of LaGrange Co. Visitors Bureau

(11-15-2022) • Topeka Receiving $3 Million in READI Grants For Housing Development

(11-15-2022) • Sturgis To Close North Franks Avenue Extension Road

(11-15-2022) • Sturgis Public Schools Receive Clean Audit Report

(11-15-2022) • No Change In Sturgis City Commission Leadership

(11-14-2022) • One Person Injured In Cass County Crash

(11-12-2022) • High Speed Chase Lands Union City Man In Jail

(11-12-2022) • Four Vehicle Crash Sends Woman To Hospital

(11-12-2022) • Man Charged In Crash That Killed 6 Month Old

(11-12-2022) • Three Teens Injured In Rollover Accident

(11-11-2022) • Sturgis Chamber Gives Awards During Annual Dinner

(11-11-2022) • Former Three Rivers Hospital To Be Demolished

(11-11-2022) • Air Rifle Shooter Has Case Bound Over To Branch Circuit Court

(11-09-2022) • Oswald Happy With How Election Went

(11-09-2022) • Branch County Voters Say No To Maple Lawn Proposal

(11-09-2022) • Three Rivers Voters Elect City Commission and BOE Members