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THREE OAKS — The Chikaming Township Police Department posted the following on its Facebook page: On August 6th, 2020, Officer Holtz was dispatched to Three Oaks Road, north of East Road, for a personal injury traffic crash.

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HARBERT — The new and improved Cherry Beach stairway was officially opened on Saturday, July 25, with a ribbon-cutting and plenty of beach-goers making the trek to Lake Michigan.

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NEW BUFFALO — The Berrien County Sheriff's Office reported a fatal car-motorcycle accident at the intersection of Red Arrow Highway and Community Hall Road in New Buffalo Township took place on the Fourth of July.

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UNION PIER — Red Arrow Highway in Union Pier re-opened to traffic (one lane in each direction) in time for the Fourth of July weekend after a massive  GRSD Sewer Authority project in the "downtown" area (Townline Avenue between Greenwood Avenue and Red Arrow Highway) was finished.

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Food service workers in the Bridgman, New Buffalo and River Valley school districts have stayed busy since in-person classes ended on March 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now that the "regular" school year, the following drive-up distribution programs are being offered to continue nutri…

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SAWYER — During the month of July, Chikaming Open Lands (COL) is partnering with The Rotary Club of Harbor Country, non-profit nature centers, township parks, county parks, the DNR and local colleges to bring you the the 2020 version of The #10 Trail Challenge.

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo City Council took action to register more short-term rental properties his summer, light up the sky over a graduation ceremony, and increase efforts to stop flooding near the public beach during its Monday, June 15, regular meeting.

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HARBERT — Supervisor David Bunte reported that the sewer project in downtown Union Pier is “taking a little bit longer than we expected” during the Chikaming Township Board’s June 11 regular meeting.

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THREE OAKS — The Three Oaks Village Council voted 7-0 on June 10 to hire an attorney with expertise in marijuana-related businesses to help guide the Village Council as it determines how to move forward after receiving recommendations from the Planning Commission regarding the establishment …