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Constantine man injured in single vehicle crash

A Constantine man was injured after he was involved in a single-vehicle accident earlier this week in Constantine Township. State police said 81-year-old William Skelton was driving south on Brick Chapel Road at 6:30 p.m. Monday when his vehicle left the roadway near Garber Road, crossed the centerline, drove through a ditch and came to rest after striking a tree. ... Read More »

Hospice Riverside Memorial Gardens rededicated

Officials from Three Rivers Health on Tuesday oversaw the rededication of the Hospice Riverside Memorial Gardens. The event marked the new location of the gardens, which are now at Riverside Cemetery. The memorial was originally created on South Main Street at the Three Rivers Health Hospice. But Hospice subsequently moved to the hospital campus off West Broadway Street. Amenities at ... Read More »

Travel trailer damaged in crash

A Parchment woman was cited after she disregarded a stop sign on M-60 at U.S. 131 and caused a two-vehicle accident. State police said Patricia Jones, 55, was driving east on M-60 when the vehicle she was driving struck a truck pulling a travel trailer while southbound on U.S. 131 shortly after 2 p.m. Tuesday. The truck was being driven ... Read More »

Area resident to be honored at fair

A lifelong Centreville-area resident will be honored this weekend by the St. Joseph County Fair Board of Directors. Fair Manager Bill Johnson announced Wednesday that the indoor show arena at the east end of the fairgrounds will be named the Henningsen Show Arena. The honor recognizes Nottawa Township resident Fred Henningsen and his family for their decades of supporting the ... Read More »

Operators of Deer Forest in court

The operators of the Deer Forest Exotic Animal Sanctuary in Coloma have 10 days to come up with $13,000 or they will be evicted.  Jon Stolarz and Amie Gadberry have been running the park since March, but admitted in a Berrien County court Tuesday they have not paid any rent or insurance to owner John Modica. Stolarz took to Facebook ... Read More »

Potential charges against Centreville village president dropped

Potential charges against Centreville village president Jeff Johnson have been dropped, according to St. Joseph County Prosecutor John McDonough. A complaint was filed in June by Centreville Police Chief Luke Delcourt against Johnson for harboring a felon and obstruction of justice, following the arrest of Johnson’s 42-year-old son, Jeffrey Charles Johnson, and his 39-year-old girlfriend, Karissa Baltz. Baltz and the ... Read More »