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Kalamazooan Meredith Arwady will return for a Fontana Chamber Arts recital Dec. 7. Her last recital here, in 2010, was sold out.
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The Kalamazoo Film Society will celebrate this month its 25th anniversary as Kalamazoo's outlet for local independent film buffs.
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Kalamazoo is once again a temporary home to a magnificent snowy owl, a bird native to the Arctic driven south by a dramatic drop in lemmings, the predatory bird's typical food source.
Lucia Rios of Holland, Mich. received big news today when National Disability Institute and National Public Radio News Investigations Correspondent Joseph Shapiro surprised her at an event at Holland City Hall to announce she won National Disability Institute's My American Dream A - Voices of Americans with Disabilities video contest and that ... (more)
Join new Muskegon City Manager Frank Peterson for a live chat on all topics about the city and the community.
Michigan's public universities are becoming increasingly reliant on tuition for funding, with state aid accounting for less than a quarter of their general fund revenue, according to a state House Fiscal Agency report released Monday.
December 2, 2013. AMTSociety Executive Director Ronald Donner has been unanimously selected by the Aviation Technician Education Council board of directors as an industry board member.
It's time for another shout-out Sunday, a chance to put a brighter spotlight on people and events in the news.
Broadway star Lillias White will come to Western Michigan University to tell theatre students and audiences about "The Life" and more.
A Muskegon man who has battled brain cancer for several years while working toward a degree at Western Michigan University has graduated in a private ceremony at the school.
Van Belkum has been practicing law for more than 30 years. In addition to medical malpractice, the Martindale-Hubbell AV-rated attorney has trial and litigation experience in product liability, construction litigation, premises liability, first and third party auto and general defense litigation.
Nearly 80% of Michigan's charter schools are managed by private, for-profit companies , according to a new report from the National Education Policy Center.
For the past 24 years, Telluride Town Clerk MJ Schillaci has taken her job with the town one day at a time.