BRIDGMAN — A new royal court has been crowned to represent the community of Baroda.
ST. JOSEPH — The Berrien Community Foundation (BCF) has announced more than $137,000 in For Good Grants to bring new and exciting programs to meet the needs in Berrien County.
NEW BUFFALO — Members of the New Buffalo Business Association (NBBA) looked ahead to 2022 during a Dec. 14 Annual Holiday Meeting at the New Buffalo Art Gallery.
NEW BUFFALO — The Board of Directors of the New Buffalo Railroad Museum recently voted to add four new Board Members to its roster, each with terms beginning January 1, 2022.
THREE OAKS — Harbor Country Opera’s Robert Swan brought back Christmas at the Acorn show for its 17th year. “Each Christmas we try to find fresh new songs people haven’t heard before, or favorites that we have somehow missed,” he said prior to the Dec. 23 production.
BRIDGMAN — The Reed Middle School fifth-and sixth-grade Lego Robotics Team earned grand champion status in a Nov. 20 regional (Lancerbot Mania) competition at Lakeshore.
THREE OAKS — On Nov. 11, members of the Rebecca Dewey Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution commemorated the centennial of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier by visiting Shedd Cemetery in Three Oaks.
The holidays got a jump start on Saturday, Nov. 27, as Three Oaks Snowflake Stroll festivities and a Christmas tree-lighting gathering at New Buffalo’s Municipal Marina took place.
THREE OAKS — Journeyman Distillery on Dec. 3 officially broke ground on a historic restoration project in Valparaiso, Ind., that will transform a formerly abandoned Anco windshield wiper factory into a 140,000-square foot destination.
A Nov. 10 pizza party at Brewster's Italian Cafe in New Buffalo was a tasty reward for the last group of 121 New Buffalo Elementary students who successfully completed the summer Kids Read Now program by reading eight books.A total of five pizza-makong (and eating) sessions were held.
THREE OAKS — The River Valley Drama Department presented “Orson Welles’ War of the Worlds” on Dec. 2, 3 and 5 in the Performing Arts Center at the Middle/High School. The audio of the radio-show style production will air on Radio Harbor Country. Cast members include Clay Burk, Collin Warner,…
NEW TROY — A group of volunteers known as the Weesaw Trailblazers is building bridges and clearing paths in a scenic woodland and wetland area behind the New Troy Community Center.
BRIDGMAN — The Bridgman High School marching band wrapped up its season in late October with a performance of “In a Dream” at the East Kentwood Invitational.
THREE OAKS — The Acorn Theater bade a fond farewell to longtime Executive Director Sandra Thompson on Nov. 11, and on the next evening officially dedicated the Allen Turner Stage.
UNION PIER — The new Union Pier Social at 16036 Red Arrow Highway was welcomed with a Nov. 12 Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony and a tasty grand opening gathering.
NEW BUFFALO — A well-attended Family Engineering Night held Nov. 9 at New Buffalo Elementary School gave pupils and parents plenty of opportunities to engage in fun science and technology activities.
THREE OAKS — During a recent tour of the historic Spring Creek School House, located at the intersection of Three Oaks and Donner Roads in Three Oaks Township, members of the Rebecca Dewey Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution got an up-close look at an ongoing restoration effort.
Imagine being able to safely ride a bike from St. Joseph to Coloma. Or walk or bike, away from traffic, from Union Pier to Warren Dunes State Park.
NEW BUFFALO — As most Southwest Michigan farmers are done harvesting and prepare for winter, the fields at Artesian Farm in New Buffalo continue to produce fresh crops of lettuce, basil and kale.
SAWYER — The Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce welcomed the soon-to-open Biggby Coffee B-Cubed store at 12874 Super Drive in Sawyer with a Nov. 2 ribbon-cutting ceremony.
THREE OAKS — More than 500 revelers joined in the celebration of craft collab creation at Journeyman Distillery on Oct. 16 during the fourth annual Barrel-Aged Brewfest.
THREE OAKS — “Fred Warren’s Amazing Calculating Engine” received a proper send-off at the Region of Three Oaks Museum on Halloween (Sunday, Oct. 31) as Museum Board member Nick Bogert and Notre Dame Computer Science Professor Jay Brockman made two presentations on what has been described as …
THREE OAKS — River Valley Elementary pupils at the Three Oaks and Chikaming campuses have given this year’s PTO fund-raising efforts a big boost by participating in Color Dashes.
NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo Service League’s annual Arts & Crafts Show took a year off in 2020 due to the pandemic, but it returned Saturday, Oct. 16, in the gyms at the New Buffalo High School/Middle School with a mix of familiar and fresh vendors offering everything from goat milk so…
HARBERT — Eight Harbor Country artists opened their private studios for an exclusive tour to benefit the Michiana Humane Society on Saturday, Oct. 16. All proceeds from the event will support the shelter and the 1,000-plus animals that will be cared for in 2021.
La PORTE, Ind. — In an early scene from “Let’s Scare Jessica to Death,” the heroine (played by Zohra Lampert) follows her husband and friend into what appears to be an empty home on a rural Connecticut fruit farm.
NEW BUFFALO — A New Buffalo High School graduate who recently released the best-selling book “Firekeeper’s Daughter” will return to her alma mater.
THREE OAKS — Emmy award-winning superstar Dennis Quaid will share engaging stories about his film career and the highly personal songs that will populate his forthcoming album at The Acorn, 107 Generations Dr., Three Oaks, at 7 p.m. Nov. 7.
NEW BUFFALO — The 15th Chili Cook-off, held Sunday, Oct. 10, at Skip’s Restaurant and Catering in New Buffalo, brought out both heat and flavor on the balmy final day of the European Farmers Market.
NEW BUFFALO — The Mighty Acorns program returned after a year and a half hiatus on Friday, Oct. 8, in the great outdoors behind New Buffalo Elementary.
NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo Business Association hostED the 15th Annual New Buffalo Harvest & Wine Festival on Saturday, Oct. 9, in downtown New Buffalo along Whittaker Street between Merchant and Mechanic streets.
SAWYER — For the second straight October, the Krasl Art Center and Coastline Children’s Film Festival will present Flick or Treat.