Local news and information featuring the stories of Greater Kalamazoo
Michael B. Walling is an Elder Law attorney at The Elder Law Center. In this edition of Ask The Attorney, Walling explains Wills and Estate Planning.
WMU Professor Angela Moe speaks on her time working with Sunny, how therapy animals are trained, and how they can be utilized to help people in need of therapeutic assistance.
Swordsmanship Museum and Academy looks to educate and showcase the history of swordsmanship through exhibits, classes, and demonstrations.
The Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners met November 8, 2023. Neighborhood Voices provides a synopsis of this meeting with Government Spotlight.
Kalamazoo Central alumni and former New York Yankee returned to his childhood high school to help dedicate new ballfields funded, in part, by his Turn 2 Foundation.
Advocates for Ranked Choice Voting say that this method revolutionizes how Americans think of their votes.
Nearly half-a-dozen area libraries collaborated to throw the county's largest celebration of "nerd culture" with Geek Fest 2023.
Minnie LaPoint, 97, becomes part of a world record pickleball attempt when she joins two players who are playing 48 games of pickle ball in 48 states in 48 days.
The annual Senior Expo returns after several years off due to COVID restrictions. The yearly event will be back each October to showcase helpful services and opportunities for the seniors of Kalamazoo County. The next event is planned for October of 2024.
The public comment period for proposed changes at Graphic Packaging International ends on October 16.
Community producer, Sarah O. Joshi, gives us a peak into one of the most important roles played by the city of Kalamazoo: cleaning our waste water!
Elder law attorney, Michael Walling, answers pressing questions faced by seniors and those who love them.
The Kzoo Zine Festival invites artists from across the Midwest to share their work IRL at a time when most people turn to the internet to reach their audience.
Kalamazoo Scale Modelers dream big and build small once a month when they meet to share in their hobby together.
Kalamazoo County ID card program's 5th Anniversary coincided with El Concilio's Cinco De Mayo giving them both more reasons to celebrate.
The Inaugural Kalamazoo Beer Fest 2023 with Paul Starr celebrates local breweries and beer lovers alike.
A recent Wear Orange anti-gun violence rally at Bronson Park featured the stories of several victims and family members.
The Kalamazoo Academy of Rock teaches area teens how to play guitar, keyboards, drums, and perform like rock stars. Learn about one of the most in-demand music programs in the Kalamazoo area and why THEIR recitals totally rock!
Kalamazoo Central High School breaks ground on Derek Jeter Field ahead of the 2023-2024 school year.
Students from the Kalamazoo area start their post-high school journeys soon, but in the meantime, they celebrated and found a new home.
Hope Thru Navigation held an event at the Douglass Association, where local groups and vendors were in the building.
During this event fundraiser, it featured a few musical performances. Headband Henny was the first artist of the evening on Feb. 16th.
Sounds of the Zoo and HOPE thru Navigation held a fundraiser at Bell's Brewery for an upcoming project in the making.