HARBERT — If you’re looking for a place to celebrate a special occasion or have a relaxing evening with friends, Gather fits the bill.
SAWYER — Countless invasive plants have been removed from the woodlands of Warren Dunes State Park over the past five years, and volunteers are continuing the work as fall turns into winter.
BRIDGMAN — The 2023 Bridgman Pageants will take place Saturday, Dec. 3, in the Performing Arts Center at Bridgman High School (doors open at 4:30 p.m.) Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the door.
BRIDGMAN — Among the Bridgman businesses participating in a Nov. 2 Monogram Centre Block Party was Molly’s Beach Walk Cafe, which opened last May at 4514 Lake St.
NEW BUFFALO — More than 200 people attended an energy filled night at Bentwood Tavern in New Buffalo on Nov. 3 to support the building of the Michigan portion of the Marquette Greenway, a walking/bike path that will connect Illinois, Indiana and Michigan along Lake Michigan.
THREE OAKS — The Region of Three Oaks Museum needs more space to store its growing collection, and hopes to extend its existing building for that purpose.
GRAND BEACH — The Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce celebrated local businesses and received some inspiring words from a longtime member during its Oct. 26 Annual Dinner Meeting held in the Village of Grand Beach Hall.
THREE OAKS — The School of American Music (SAM) has announced that local teacher and performer Ron Spears has been elected the next President of its Board of Directors.
Halloween was busting out all over during the weekend of Oct. 28-30 as parades, trunk-or-treats, trick-or-treating and even an "Enchanted Forest" offered a chance for those dressed for the season to make the scene.
THREE OAKS — Members of the new River Valley High School Interact Club made their trick-or-treating time really count on Sunday, Oct. 30.
NEW TROY — Although the New Troy Run to the Center of the World is very much an autumn 5K run and walk, those participating on Oct. 22 could be forgiven for thinking the next major holiday was Memorial Day instead of Halloween.
THREE OAKS — “The Funeral Photographer,” a short film with numerous local roots, was screened twice for its supporters and cast members at the Vickers Theatre in Three Oaks on Sunday, Oct. 16.
NEW BUFFALO — New Buffalo Area Schools Homecoming week (Oct. 17-21) was celebrated with fun, games, a powderpuff football night, an all-grades pep rally and victory in the Friday night game (for more on the Red Arrow Raiders' season-ending victory see the Sports section of this website).
NEW BUFFALO — A fall tradition filled with the works of area crafts-people, one-of-a-kind treasures, festive holiday decor and sweet treats filled both gyms at New Buffalo Middle/High School on Saturday, Oct. 15.
NEW BUFFALO — In celebration of the plentiful season of Autumn, the New Buffalo Business Association hosted its 16th Annual New Buffalo Harvest & Wine Fest on Saturday, October 8, in downtown New Buffalo along Whittaker Street between Merchant and Mechanic Streets.
THREE OAKS — River Valley Homecoming Week was celebrated Oct. 3-8 with dress-up days, pep rally games, a parade and a successful Oct. 8 Red Arrow Raiders varsity football game (see the Sports section of this website for more on that).
BRIDGMAN — Bridgman Homecoming Week was celebrated during the forst week of October with dress-up days, a traveling pep rally, a parade, powderpuff football comolete with half-time skits, and a successful Oct. 7 varsity football game (see the Sports section of this website for more on the contest).
BRIDGMAN — MTM Group is pleased to invite local residents and business owners to its exclusive Monogram Centre Block Party in Bridgman n Wednesdoay, November 2, from 4 to 7 p.m.
NEW BUFFALO — The Oct. 1 Michiana Humane Society Fall Into Art benefit featured tours of the studios where local art is created and a festive auction/cocktail after-party.
THREE OAKS — Tom Rosenbluth of the Harbor Country Rotary Club organized the donation of a math reference book (“Everything You Need to Ace Math in One Big Fat Notebook”) to help every sixth grade River Valley Middle School student with their math homework – or in some cases, help the parents…
UNION PIER — About 100 runners and walkers signed up for the inaugural New Buffalo Township Fired Up 5K, held Saturday, Sept. 24, in Union Pier.
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. — “We welcome you to a group of people who love animals just as much as you do,” said Michiana Humane Society Executive Director Johanna Humbert at the start of the Sept. 22 Remember Me Thursday ceremony.
THREE OAKS — Participants in the 49th Apple Cider Century bike tour on Sunday, Sept. 25, pedaled through a fall wonderland on roadways in Southwest Michigan and Northwest Indiana as morning showers gave way to a breezy autumn day.
NEW BUFFALO — Eight New Buffalo area World War II veterans who spent time as prisoners of war were honored during a Sept. 16 tribute ceremony held at the New Buffalo Railroad Museum.
THREE OAKS — The Sept. 17 Some Enchanted Evening II concert, held on the School of American Music's Spring Creek Stage at the edge of Dewey Cannon Park in Three Oaks, featured dinner and music.
SAWYER — Re/Max Harbor Country and next-door neighbor SideYard hosted a Sept. 14 Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce Member Mixer (the first of the new fiscal year which began Sept. 1).
NEW BUFFALO — Ellie Mullins recently told members of the Harbor Country Rotary Club about how owning two Bernese Mountain Dogs got her involved in helping people (and dogs) affected by the war in Ukraine.
NEW BUFFALO — The Woodfire Grille serves a mix of Greek, Mexican and American food at the former Jimmy’s Bar and Grill location (18529 Harbor Country Dr.) next door to the Dollar General in New Buffalo.
THREE OAKS — Neighbor by Neighbor’s 5th Anniversary was celebrated Aug. 31 at the Acorn Theater in Three Oaks with a “friendraiser” concert by Pure Soul Presents (a diverse collective of world-class musicians devoted to living the electrifying musical history of soul, jazz and the early days…
NEW BUFFALO — There are a lot of loyal pickleball players in New Buffalo, and many of them showed up bright and early on Saturday morning, Aug. 27, for the debut of a new six-court complex located across Clay Street from the New Buffalo Area Schools football field/track facility.
SAWYER — Bringing the myriad of flavors of Indian food to a casual setting, husband-and-wife team Joel and Shivani Degner opened Jovani’s Kitchen in June at 12857 Red Arrow Highway in Sawyer (right next to Local Pour’s front door.)