A Muskegon man was sentenced to life in prison on Monday before Kalamazoo County Circuit Court Judge Paul J. Bridenstine for the December 2016…
Around 3 a.m. on Oct. 13 some residents of the Campus Court at Knollwood apartments, 1701 Knollwood Ave, discovered Nazi swastikas spray painted on their sidewalk.
A Western Michigan University senior ROTC student has learned the benefits of standing out in academic and leadership achievements as he has received a national award for his work.
The term ‘environmental justice’ has become somewhat of a buzzword since former President Bill Clinton signed an executive order requiring federal agencies to include it in their missions in 1994. But what is environmental justice? Has any progress been made since 1994? Where does it stand i…
As of March 22, the City Commission approved a contract with the Michigan Department of Transportation granting $930,187 for the improvement and installation of traffic signals and signage along North Drake Road and South Burdick Street.
Dr. Edward B. Montgomery was named the ninth president of Western Michigan University in a unanimous board of trustees vote during a special session Wednesday, April 12.
The 2017 Kalamazoo Foodways Symposium brought together students, instructors, community members and people who love and care about food to learn about and discuss the importance of sustainable food systems.
While issues facing the senior citizens in the community may seem distant to most college students, they can be closer to home than you may think.
Western Michigan University’s East Hall and Western State Normal School Historic District, also known as East Campus, have been removed from the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service.
The night of St. Patrick’s Day, bar lines stretched out into the streets as students masquerading in shades of green prepared for a night of carefree fun and celebration.
Kalamazoo community leaders held a press conference Monday, March 27 to publicly thank Senators Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., and Gary Peters, D-Mich., for voting against Scott Pruitt’s confirmation to be administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
A demolition crew began tearing down the former Kalamazoo Gazette building clock tower at the corner of East Lovell and John Streets Saturday, March 18 in the next step of the ongoing demolition process.