Extra South Shore “Shoppers” Train Dec. 16th
For select Saturdays in December, the South Shore Line will provide an extra “shoppers’ special” train to help accommodate holiday travelers. On Dec. 16, it will depart Millennium Station at 4:25p (Van Buren St. at 4:28p), run non-stop to Hegewisch and make all local stops terminating at Carroll Avenue. The train will not serve Hudson Lake or South Bend.
WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT THROUGH 7 AM EST WEDNESDAY
Heavy lake effect snow possible. Plan on difficult travel conditions, including during the morning and evening commute on Tuesday. Total snow accumulations of 5 to 9 inches, with localized amounts up to 12 inches, are possible. Blowing and drifting snow also possible with strong and gusty northwest winds. * WHERE…In Indiana, St. Joseph IN and Elkhart Counties. In Michigan, Berrien and Cass MI Counties. * WHEN…From 1 AM Read more…
Revise On “Tentatively Selected Plan” Could Save 270 Million In Defense Of Asian Carp
Yesterday, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette joined other attorneys general in calling for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to revise their “Tentatively Selected Plan” to prevent the spread of Asian carp to the Great Lakes. In their letter, the attorneys general emphasize that the Corps’ own analysis showed that closing the Brandon Road Lock is the most effective and reliable option to stopping the spread of Asian Read more…
MDNR To Receive Over 40 Million To Improve Outdoor Recreation Development.
The Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund board this week recommended $40.3 million in grant recommendations for outdoor recreation development and land acquisition projects to the state Legislature. This funding will support a variety of outdoor recreation improvements including expanded public access at popular fishing destinations, additional snowmobile and multiuse trail easements that give users broader access to more trails, facility and playground improvements at urban parks, planning and Read more…
Fallen Navy Airman Albert “Bud” Rybarczyk Brough Home To Starks & Menchinger Funeral Home For Final Burial
December 7th, The Berrien County Sheriff’s Office was notified that the remains of Navy Airman Albert “Bud” Rybarczyk would be arriving at the Grand Rapids International Airport. Chief Deputy Robert Boyce and Operations Lt. Steve Campbell traveled to Grand Rapids to give a police escort to the hearse that would be transporting the Airman’s remains. The motorcade proceeded from Grand Rapids to St. Joseph and ended at the Read more…
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One person is in custody, police said.
In tax push, Trump team uses growth estimate that independent analyses consider unrealistic
Prison authorities are investigating the apparent brawl.
Roy Moore faces off against Doug Jones in today’s special election in Alabama.
Donald Trump sailed past a raft of allegations of sexual misconduct in last year’s presidential election, but the national spotlight has now turned back to him
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