ContributorsPublishersAdvertisers

Martin, MI

NEARBY CITIES
townbroadcast.com

Hopkins Main Street Bakery video airs Friday

The America’s Best Restaurants video episode featuring the Main Street Bakery in Hopkins has been completed and it will air on Friday, Dec. 2. A spokesperson for the eatery said, “We are excited to share with everyone! Be sure to tune in when it premieres on Dec 2nd! If you’re new here, here’s a little about us: Bakery in Hopkins specializing in fresh, from scratch items such as doughnuts, muffins, cookies, cakes and more!”
HOPKINS, MI

Woman killed after crashing into tree in Southwest Michigan

ALLEGAN COUNTY, MI – A Plainwell woman died after police believe her vehicle veered off the roadway Saturday afternoon and crashed into a tree. The woman killed in the Saturday, Nov. 26 crash was not immediately identified as authorities notify family members, Allegan County sheriff’s deputies said. Police...
ALLEGAN COUNTY, MI
MLive.com

15 Kalamazoo-area girls high school basketball players to watch for 2022-23 season

KALAMAZOO, MI – Michigan’s girls high school basketball season tips off this week, meaning there are more questions than answers for many squads across the Kalamazoo area. New players, new roles and even some new coaches make it hard to predict how the 2022-23 season will play out, but we’re shedding some insight on the upcoming campaign by presenting 15 Kalamazoo-area players that could answer the call to greatness.
KALAMAZOO, MI

Taco John’s opening three restaurants in Grand Rapids area

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Taco John’s, a quick-service Mexican restaurant founded in Cheyenne, Wyoming, is opening three restaurants in the Grand Rapids area in December. The first restaurant, located at 1730 28th St. SW in Wyoming, is scheduled to open Dec. 5. The second location, 4029 32nd Ave. in Hudsonville, is expected to open Dec. 12. The third restaurant is located at 6722 Broadmoor Ave SE. in Caledonia. It’s scheduled to open Dec. 19.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI
kttn.com

Some schools see apprenticeship programs as alternatives to college prep

With the cost of a four-year college education approaching six figures at some institutions, many students are looking at apprenticeships to train for a career. A program in the Kalamazoo, Michigan Public Schools is aimed at putting students on an alternative track toward well-paying jobs which do not require traditional degrees. The program, Career Launch Kalamazoo, is part of a national trend aimed at putting apprenticeships on a parallel track with the college prep curriculum.
KALAMAZOO, MI
wkar.org

Schupan leader working to improve and increase recycling in Michigan

Emmerich talks about the “tremendous growth” Schupan has experienced in the last five years, growing from about 400 employees to 650. “In a nutshell, we’re an aluminum scrap processer and marketer of materials, and we’re an aluminum and plastics manufacturer and distributor. We’re family-owned and over 50 years old and headquartered in Kalamazoo. We’re now doing business in over 25 countries. Our footprint has expanded tremendously, and our future is bright.”
MICHIGAN STATE
townbroadcast.com

Wayland school board rejects book ban request

The Wayland Board of Education Monday night turned down a request to remove the book “Oryx and Crake” from the high school library. The book’s author, Margaret Atwood, also penned the much more famous but dystopian “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which has become a popular television series.
WAYLAND, MI
wmubroncos.com

Western Michigan Announces Leadership Change in Bronco Football

KALAMAZOO, Mich. - Western Michigan University Director of Athletics Dan Bartholomae has announced a change in leadership for the Bronco football program, as Head Coach Tim Lester will not be retained. "The upcoming college football playoff expansion and the incredible foundation for success we have within our football program provides...
KALAMAZOO, MI
Fox17

Morning Buzz: November 28

1. Want to get up close and personal with the Mackinac Bridge? The friends of the Felt Estate in Laketown Township are raffling off a certificate for two tickets to tour the towers of the Mackinac Bridge. The certificates can be used from May 1 through October 15 next year...
LAKETOWN TOWNSHIP, MI