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DeBoer hails Friday’s Supreme Court ruling

HOLLAND, MI (WHTC AM/FM) – While rallies and protests were scheduled this weekend around the area following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling Friday overturning Roe vs Wade, Holland’s former mayor who is running for the State House is applauding that decision. Nancy DeBoer Tweeted Friday “On this day...
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Family, friends hold vigil to honor man killed in Sprinkle Road crash

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Family and friends gathered in Kalamazoo Friday night to hold a vigil and balloon release in honor of a man killed in a crash early Friday morning. Man killed in fatal crash: Fatal crash with motorcyclist closes Sprinkle Road, Business I-94 46-year-old Jerry Wahmhoff, a Three...
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Victorian Inspired Shingle Style Cottage on Lake Michigan

This beautiful vacation home in Holland, Michigan features New England shingle-style Victorian revival architecture. Designed by AMDG Architects and constructed by Mike Schaap Builders, the luxury lakeside cottage enjoys spectacular view of Lake Michigan.
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Mich. home care nurse high on meth arrested after 3-year-old dies while in her care

COLOMA, Mich. (TCD) -- A home health nurse was arrested in connection with the death of a 3-year-old toddler. According to WNDU-TV, on Monday, June 20, at approximately 2:30 a.m., Coloma police officers responded to 6209 Brecht Road to a report of an unresponsive toddler. At the scene, the parents were reportedly performing lifesaving measures on their child, who was missing her breathing tube.
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Jury to continue deliberations Monday in D-Angelo Davis' double murder trial

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — The jury in the murder trial for D-Angelo Davis is expected to continue deliberations Monday morning. The jury began their deliberations late afternoon Friday after closing arguments were completed but were sent home at 5 p.m., according to Chief Assistant Prosecutor Scott Brower. Jury Selection: Jury...
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Kalamazoo Loaves & Fishes wins grant to feed kids this summer

KALAMAZOO, MI -- Kalamazoo Loaves & Fishes was among five Michigan organizations to win grant money from No Kid Hungry. The Kalamazoo-based food bank won the grant funds to help feed students this summer and throughout the upcoming school year, according to a press release from No Kid Hungry, a national nonprofit working to end child hunger in America.
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Kalamazoo pavement work to start Monday

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Pavement preservation work is scheduled to start on Burdick Street between Kilgore Road and Stockbridge Avenue Monday. The project looks to seal the surface cracks in the roadway followed by a process of chip, cape, and fog sealing. In addition, a layer of small stones will...
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“Stronger Together” the theme of Holland’ PRIDE Festival today

HOLLAND, MI (WHTC AM/FM) – Continuing to celebrate diversity in the community, Centennial Park Saturday is the site of this year’s Holland PRIDE Festival. Organizers say “Last year we celebrated our diversity. This year, we continue to recognize how our diversity makes us Stronger Together.”. This year...
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Holland becomes a home for Celtic music and games Saturday

HOLLAND, MI (WHTC AM/FM) – The first annual Holland Waterfront Celtic Festival & Highland Games is an all day event at Riverview Park from 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Saturday. Organizers say the event includes 20 Scottish Clans and societies, Highland Athletic Games, eight Irish and Scottish dance performances, seven Celtic Bands, a pipe and drum band with bagpipes, a kids area, storyteller, magician, a giant leprechaun, historic displays, and food and drink.
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There’s A Dangerous New Gang In Kalamazoo

There's a dangerous new gang in Kalamazoo that has been seen over a period of weeks that has a stranglehold on a certain part of the community. Everywhere this gang goes, they seem to run the block and take over, causing traffic backups and a sense of nervousness. The gang in question is the E. Crosstown Gaggle Crew (The ECGC's), and this group of Canadian Geese are not only vicious but there seems to be violence wherever they go.
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