Educator Mrs. Young is honored for her dedication to students. READ MORE!
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) announced on November 29 that the City of Kalamazoo has been awarded Redevelopment Ready Communities (RRC) certification, recognizing efforts made to remove barriers and promote opportunities for prospective investors in the City. READ MORE!
Hateful Things is a traveling exhibit from the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University. This exhibit contains 39 items from the late 19th century to the present day and will be on display through January 14, 2018. READ MORE!
Students age 10 and up are invited to participate in new Room 220 photo, video and audio editing workshops at Kalamazoo Valley Community College’s Center for New Media. READ MORE!
Bronson Healthcare welcomes Kalamazoo College President Jorge Gonzalez, PhD, to its regional board of directors. Bronson Healthcare is a not-for-profit, community-governed health system serving nine counties in southwest and south central Michigan. READ MORE!
The City of Kalamazoo is currently accepting nominations for the 2018 Dr. Lewis Walker Social Justice Youth Awards. As part of the citywide MLK Day of Service. READ MORE!
Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity Director of Construction Operations Tom Tishler won the 2017 Governor’s Energy Excellence Award for Best Residential Project, presented October 19, in Detroit. READ MORE ON HOW TO NOMINATE SOMEONE FOR 2018!
Bey’s exploration of everyday urban life early in his career became his landmark Harlem, USA series, which premiered at the Studio Museum of Harlem in 1979 when he was just 26. Harlem Redux marks Bey’s return to the community 35 years later. The series comprises large-format color photos reflecting the transition of the celebrated community as it becomes more gentrified and its history more diverse. READ MORE!
New changes to Foodstamp usage effective January 1. READ MORE!
Renowned speaker Tim Wise is coming to Battle Creek. His keynote address, “Great White Hoax: Racism, Divide-and-Conquer, and the Politics of Trumpism,” will take place at Kellogg Community College’s Binda Theatre. READ MORE!