BRIDGMAN — Spring has sprung just in time for those getting coronavirus cabin fever.
THREE OAKS — The Harbor Country Rotary Club and Church of the Mediator of Harbert are set to sponsor an April 7 visit from the Feeding America Mobile Food Pantry with a twist.
BRIDGMAN — “The community support has been great … just how everybody is trying to come together and do what they can to help each other out,” observed Heather Cribley on Friday, March 20, between filling take-out orders at Rochefort’s The Next Generation in Bridgman.
STEVENSVILLE — A Lincoln Township police officer got up close and personal with a bald eagle Saturday, March 28, as he helped save the injured bird.
HARBERT — Neighbor by Neighbor, founded in July 2017 thanks to a grant from The Pokagon Fund, is a confidential, free-of-charge short-term program to help people with an immediate need get assistance to meet that need.
THREE OAKS — A sizable stretch of hiking trail in Chikaming Open Lands’ Chris Thompson Memorial Preserve was cleared by an enthusiastic group of volunteers on Saturday, March 14.
NEW BUFFALO — In times of crisis, it’s hard to find the silver lining. But numerous studies have shown that feelings of happiness actually “undoes” the negative cardiovascular effects of stress on the body.
NEW BUFFALO — St. Patrick himself seemed to be smiling down on New Buffalo during a sun-drenched, green-hued March 7 parade through town.
NEW BUFFALO — A coach and teacher who led the 1983 New Buffalo High School baseball team to a state championship was inducted into the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame on Thursday, March 5.
THREE OAKS – Baseball fans In Harbor Country enjoyed the opportunity to meet and listen to stories by former Major League players Dave Gumpert and Dave Machemer during a March 7 event hosted by Garry Lange at The Biggest Little Museum.
The River Valley Middle/High School production of “Fiddler on the Roof” and the New Buffalo Drama Department's presentation of Disney’s “Mary Poppins," both originally scheduled for March 20, 21 and 22 shows, have been postponed due to the closing of all Michigan schools due to the coronavirus.
SAWYER — There was snow on the ground and the scent of maple syrup was in the air at Covenant Farm near Sawyer on Saturday, Feb. 29, during a Chikaming Open Lands-sponsored outing.
BRIDGMAN — The Greater Bridgman Area Chamber and Growth Alliance (CGA) held its sixth annual meeting on Feb. 25 in the Pebblewood Banquet Hall to, as CGA Board President Brett Boyd put it, celebrate “another successful year of growth and opportunity.”
NEW BUFFALO — Diners attending the ninth New Buffalo High School Empty Bowls Dinner on Friday, Feb. 21, got to enjoy home cooking while taking home a student-made souvenir.
With two weeks to go until the initial 2020 FIRST INFINITE RECHARGE competition (scheduled for March 5-7 at St. Joseph High School), high school robotics teams from New Buffalo (the Bionic Bison) and River Valley (the Gearheads) are hard at work on their machines.
MICHIGAN CITY — He may be the most unlikely of social media sensations, but a terminally ill dog found wandering the streets of Michigan City has a new home and thousands of followers.
BRIDGMAN — Fifteen eighth-grade students at F.C. Reed Middle School in Bridgman recently learned darkroom skills as they made photograms with local artist Richard Hurd.
NEW BUFFALO — When the cold March wind whips off of Lake Michigan, there will be no better way to beat the winter blues than donning green, gathering for a huge Irish parade and then raising a pint of Guinness with community friends and family.
BRIDGMAN — The first Bridgman Polar Party brought hundreds of people to downtown Bridgman on Saturday, Feb. 8, to play outdoor volleyball and other fun games and activities, meet the stars of "Frozen" — Elsa, Anna and Kristoff (and later watch the movie), enjoy food and drink, and eventually…
THREE OAKS — The “amazing event space” at 19 North (located upstairs from Froehlich’s Kitchen & Pantry in downtown Three Oaks) was filled with Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce members during a Thursday, Feb. 6, Mixer.
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. — A century-old tradition of caring for animals in need of a good home is being celebrated this year by the Michiana Humane Society.
GRAND BEACH — The Grand Beach Clubhouse was a festive place on Saturday evening, Jan. 25 as the New Buffalo Lions Club held a “For Your Eyes Only” 3rd Annual Eye Ball.
UNION PIER — The Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce gathered at The Grove Restaurant inside the Gordon Beach Inn on Jan. 13 for its first members mixer of 2020.
BRIDGMAN — A man who narrowly escaped drowning last month after his vehicle landed upside down in a flooded ditch got a chance to meet and thank his rescuers on Jan. 14.
THREE OAKS – The first order of business for the members of the Three Oaks Township Board during their Jan. 13 meeting was to praise the members of the Three Oaks Fire Department for their response and exemplary actions they undertook as they arrived at the scene of a fire on Dec. 21 at the …
BENTON HARBOR — The 2020 FIRST high school robotics season was kicked off on Saturday, Jan. 4, with the Star Wars-powered announcement of an INFINITE RECHARGE challenge.
NEW TROY — The New Troy Community Center’s Bathroom Renovation effort has taken a great leap forward with the recent news that three grant applications have been approved.
La PORTE — Home to 15 miles of coastline and 50 miles of trail across three Northwest Indiana counties, the Indiana Dunes National Park offers plenty of sightseeing and recreational opportunities to visitors.
The Southwest Michigan Planning Commission’s Cleaner Water Better Beaches website for the Lake Michigan Tributaries Watershed Management Plan (www.BetterBeachesSWMI.org), offers visitors a comprehensive understanding of the streams and rivers that empty into Lake Michigan from Stevensville t…
UNION PIER — A new-look Milda’s Corner Market is rising at 9910 Townline Road as repairs and upgrades provide relief from the damage caused by a July 5 car-building collision.
THREE OAKS — A local funeral home proved the perfect place to film a short film about “a young woman (portrayed by Tara Hazel Walsh) hired for what she thinks is an ordinary photography job — until she discovers the real reason she was hired.”
BERRIEN SPRINGS — Faith Kittleson made history earlier this fall as the kicker on the Berrien Springs varsity football team.