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La PORTE, Ind. – A Michigan man is facing multiple drunken driving charges after his wife, a Michigan City resident, was injured while jumping from his moving vehicle outside a flea market north of La Porte, Ind., according to county police.

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MICHIGAN CITY – The Michiana Humane Society is looking for foster homes for 27 cats, including four adults and 23 kittens, who were dumped off at the shelter Thursday morning, June 6.

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ST. JOSEPH — Berrien County is set to expand its public transportation program, following a unanimous May 23 vote by the Board of Commissioners to begin a two-year pilot project to reach more riders.

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NEW BUFFALO – After discussion on the matter during the May 20 regular meeting, members of the New Buffalo City Council voted unanimously to approve a motion setting parking rates for the City Beach parking lot (215 spaces) and overflow lot (50 spaces) from memorial Day weekend through Labor…

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo Area Schools Board of Education got right down to business during its special meeting on Tuesday, May 21, electing John Haskins as the new member of the New Buffalo Area Schools Board of Education.

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THREE OAKS — Emotions ran high during the May 13 meeting of the Three Oaks Township Board as attendees commented for over an hour on what they felt the fate of the historic old township hall should be or not be.

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NEW BUFFALO — The Monday, May 20, New Buffalo 5K offered elementary, middle and high school students a variety of fun-filled events ranging from soccer and a dunk tank to face-painting and the 5K run/walk itself.

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THREE OAKS — The long-awaited dredging of the Three Oaks sewer lagoons, a project which has been repeatedly delayed by weather conditions, is now scheduled for a two-week period in July.

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NEW BUFFALO — “New” news seemed to be the theme of the New Buffalo Area School Board of Education meeting on Monday, June 13, with discussion about choosing a new board member, a new food cart offering additional choices, and a new entrance to the Elementary School.

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HARBERT – After discussing the matter during their May 9 meeting, and following the recommendation of Clerk Paula Dudiak, the Chikaming Township Board voted unanimously to approve a motion to contract the services of Pontem Software to provide the township with a digitalized Cemetery Records…

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BARODA — Patrick Freehling, a community volunteer and the husband of Berrien County Commissioner Teri Freehling, died in an accident at their family farm in Baroda Township Thursday, May 2, police reported.

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo Shoreline Alliance (NBSA) released the following information on April 25 regarding the “two parallel paths, a short term solution and a long term solution” it is working on to alleviate the effects of erosion along the local Lake Michigan shore:

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HARBERT — After discussion on the matter during their April 22 meeting, members of the Chikaming Township Park Board voted to approve a motion allowing, with stipulations, members unable to be present at their meetings the opportunity to participate in them by means of two-way electronic com…

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NEW TROY — The acquisition of the mystery land” is just one of the many steps uncovered in Supervisor Gary Sommers’ “Weesaw Moving Forward” State of the Township report delivered during the township’s March 30 annual meeting.

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THREE OAKS — The Three Oaks Village Council approved  a long-expected sewer increase, selecting the option that reduces the impact on smaller users during its \April 10 meeting.  At the same time, the council approved appointing a commission to look the village’s water quality.

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HARBERT – After discussion on the matter during their April 11 meeting, members of the Chikaming Township Board voted 4-1 to adopt a resolution supporting legislation to allow township boards the option to have elected offices appear as nonpartisan on the ballot.

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NEW BUFFALO – In the future, the approved minutes of Pokagon-New Buffalo Area Local Revenue Sharing Board will be published on the New Buffalo Township website following the board’s action during its April 9, meeting.

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THREE OAKS – Supervisor George Mangold, during the April 8 meeting of the Three Oaks Township Board, reported that township attorney David M. Peterson had filed legal paperwork with the court to help ascertain the status of the now vacant old Township Hall property located at 8 Linden Street…

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LAKE TOWNSHIP — A 36-year-old Chicago woman died early Sunday morning, April 7, after she stopped her car in the driving lane on Interstate 94 in Lake Township and was hit from behind by another vehicle, witnesses told deputies with the Berrien County Sheriff’s Office.

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NEW BUFFALO – At the start of the Monday, April 8, New Buffalo Board of Education meeting, meeting, Rodney Wash, director of the Bison After School Enrichment (BASE) program, describing his position as his “dream job,” gave an overview of this year’s program.

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BRIDGMAN — Police have identified the body of a woman found on the shore of Lake Michigan Sunday, March 31, as that of Eddisa Concepcion Herrera, 24, of Chicago. She had been missing from Chicago since December.