a woman counts a stack of dollar bills

July 15, 2021

Health workers say there hasn’t been an uptick in people being vaccinated since Michigan’s vaccine sweepstakes was announced.

a gloved hand holds a vial of COVID-19 vaccine

July 15, 2021

Once a hot commodity, COVID vaccines are now expiring on freezer shelves.

The Proud Boys group supporters march toward Bronson Park on Aug. 16, 2020.(STAFF/NowKalamazoo)

July 14, 2021

A review of police mishandling of protests last summer is coming to a close. City leaders will get to see the findings before members of the public.

the portage public schools administration building

July 14, 2021

The district plans to make masks optional for students despite state guidelines.

chart showing average COVID-19 infections in Kalamazoo County since March 2020

July 14, 2021

Hospitalizations reach new low. Positivity rates are creeping up.

a man with a headache

July 13, 2021

Emerging variants of the coronavirus are bringing with them a list of new symptoms of infection.

a group of medical workers prepare COVID vaccines

July 13, 2021

County health has expanded daily clinic hours and in-home vaccination appointments.

The front of Central City Tap House in downtown Kalamazoo.

July 13, 2021

Central City Tap House isn’t closed permanently, but is waiting to open until it has enough staff.

a sign in front of a park reads "Park Closed"

July 12, 2021

There probably won’t ever be an announcement about it, so will we ever know when the pandemic comes to an end?

The front entrance of Pfizer's Portage facility

July 12, 2021

The Portage-based pharmaceutical company says people are better protected against COVID with a six month booster of its vaccine.