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NEW BUFFALO — The Berrien County Sheriff’s Department reported that Deputy Michael Pellerito pulled a woman from a burning house in New Buffalo early Thursday morning, Dec. 31.

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo Business Association looked back on a difficult 2020 while expressing hope for a more normal new year during its Annual Meeting held virtually via Zoom on Dec. 20.

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THREE OAKS — The Three Oaks Township Board on Dec. 14 received input from township attorney David Petersen on language he thought should and should not be contained in a proposed ordinance aimed at giving the township oversight on marijuana-related businesses.

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo City Council voted 4-0 on Monday to extend the moratorium on the acceptance of new short-term rental licenses within the city for eight months. Resolution 2020-16 was originally adopted on May 18, 2020, to allow further study and development of possible short-te…

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LANSING — The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has updated its epidemic order to allow indoor activities where Michiganders can remain masked including in-person learning at high schools and indoor entertainment venues such as casinos, bowling centers and movie theate…

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NEW BUFFALO — New Buffalo Area Schools Superintendent Dr. Jeff Leslie announced during the Board of Education’s Monday, Dec. 14, meeting that the elementary school is going to remote education due to the number of confirmed or presumed COVID cases among staff members there.

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ST. JOSEPH — Berrien County Board of Commissioners Chairman Mac Elliott said during the board’s Dec. 10 meeting that he’s ready to declare a state of emergency at a moment’s notice once the county starts receiving the vaccine doses for COVID-19.

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BRIDGMAN — The Lake Charter Township Board on Nov. 17 adopted a 2021 budget with estimated revenues for all funds of $8,524,33 and appropriations for all funds of $8,640,453.

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THREE OAKS — The Three Oaks Village Council looked forward to Christmas celebrations in the village, welcomed recently elected members, and discussed how best to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic during its Nov. 11 regular meeting.