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Grant approved for TR business

A Community Development Block grant application for a brew pub in downtown Three Rivers was approved Tuesday by the Three Rivers City Commission. The $365,788 CDBG was being sought by Landmark Tap House and Grille, which is slated to open in a three-storefront location North Main Street early next year. Specifically, it is targeted for an area that included Pub …

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ORV theft south of TR

State police investigators are looking into the theft of three off-road vehicles stolen last week in Constantine Township. Sometime between April 28 and 30, an unlocked shed in the 14000 block of Drummond Road was entered. A pair of quads and a three-wheeler were taken. The four-wheelers are a Yamaha and a Polaris. The three-wheeler is a blue and yellow Yamaha, …

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Break-in at Schoolcraft restaurant

The Schoolcraft Police Department was called early Thursday in response to a break-in at Marjo’s Restaurant. Chief Bryan Campbell said video surveillance shows a white man wearing a hoodie forced open the front door, which triggered the restaurant’s alarm. The incident occurred at 2:24 a.m. Thursday. The suspect fled on foot but not before taking an undisclosed quantity of quarters …

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Meth lab found in TR

Three Rivers firefighters last week dismantled an active meth lab inside a van. According to a police department media release, officers Friday evening observed a van that had been under surveillance for suspected drug activity. It was stopped on Railroad Drive near West Michigan Avenue. Three men were inside and officers quickly determined K9 Django was needed to confirm the …

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Youth had a gun

A Three Rivers juvenile was detained by police after he was found to be in possession of a gun. According to a department media release, officers were called April 29 to the Thomas Street Apartments in response to a report of someone in possession of a firearm. Officers eventually found the two juveniles, though not before one fled on foot. …

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Tuesday voting results

School officials in White Pigeon and Constantine can start planning a variety of projects, as voters in the two school systems approved proposals Tuesday. Meanwhile, a sinking-fund millage request sought by Sturgis Public Schools failed Tuesday, the second defeat in less than nine months. In White Pigeon, a funding source that generates nearly $5 million over its five-year life was …

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