NowKalamazoo original story Brown Boy Brown Girl expands with Meijer bump
Local independent book and notebook company is finding success in passing on lessons in empathy and entrepreneurship to kids.
NowKalamazoo original story What do the unhoused do in a system that doesn’t work well?
When Kalamazoo city officials broke up encampments, they told people to seek help at the Gospel Mission and Ministry With Community. From there, the search for assistance continues in a poorly organized system.
NowKalamazoo original story ‘This is it. This is what I’m cut out to do.’
The pandemic is no match for Caffe Casa and the couple who have served customers in the same Kalamazoo Mall location for nearly three decades.
Though the number of illnesses are coming down from a high of over 7,000 per day, more than 100 people are dying from the coronavirus each day and hospitalization are higher than they’ve ever been.
NowKalamazoo original story ‘I want justice. That’s what I need.’
A mother whose daughter was killed by gunfire as a bystander wants answers and action. In grief, she has to be realistic not optimistic.
More than 100 people are dying of COVID-19 each day in Michigan as the pandemic continues to worsen. The state’s positivity rate hit 20% – the highest of the pandemic. And hospitalizations continue to break records.
NowKalamazoo original story ‘Can-Do’ is about to do a lot more for Kalamazoo entrepreneurs
The food industry start-up incubator Can-Do Kitchen is changing its name, moving to a bigger facility, and expanding its scope to help all entrepreneurs in Kalamazoo.
NowKalamazoo original story It’s always the season for the ‘Kitchen Witch’
A local mixologist has a newly-released book of both cocktails and “don’t call them mocktails” – just in time for the holiday season.
More people than ever are being treated for COVID-19 in hospitals in Michigan and Kalamazoo County. At the same time, the state’s positivity rate has also reached a new high.
NowKalamazoo original story School kids to face higher COVID-19 risk, despite vaccine access
Many school districts are removing the protection that masks have provided as hospitals raise red flags and local and state leaders decline to intervene.