Archivo del 9 de Marzo de 2012
Two Cass County Drug Enforcement Team detectives were injured when they assisted in the home inspection of a parolee in Dowagiac on Thursday.
Yarn dyeing, Maple Sugar Festival on tap this week
Southwest Michigan Links: Benton Harbor dicusses plan to close 3 schools; St. Joseph County judge won’t run for re-election
Here's a look at some recent noteworthy stories from other media in southwest Michigan.
In heated public meetings, elected officials should face the audience and not be able to phone in their vote, according to a bill now before the Senate.
Portage school board to consider taking interim tag off superintendent Ric Perry’s title at Saturday retreat
The agenda for a Portage school board retreat scheduled for 8 a.m. Saturday includes a closed session to review of Perry's performance, followed by authorization to negotiate a superintendent contract.
Union advocate Diane Ravitch said Obama has inexplicably “turned school reform over to the conservatives.”
The board approved surfacing Cherry Lane, which is a gravel road, off M-40, and resurfacing 29th Street from M-89 south to the dead end, 33rd street from Ely Street south to the township line and all of Conley Drive off 33rd Street.
Lt. Frank Baker of the Allegan County Sheriff's Office said the crash is still under investigation; the other driver's name has not been released.
Here are the most popular stories today posted on the Kalamazoo News page on mlive.com/kalamazoo.