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.
Many school districts are removing the protection that masks have provided as hospitals raise red flags and local and state leaders decline to intervene.
Deaths are still half what they were a year ago, but rising. School outbreaks surge again ahead of holiday.
Chess club returns to Urban Alliance in Kalamazoo’s Edison neighborhood for fun and outreach intended to last a lifetime.
The Craft Soil Company has opened up a new gardening store, focusing first on artisan soil as more supplies come in.
That’s a question parents and the crossing guard at King-Westwood Elementary have been asking of a bureaucracy slow to answer.
The single-day positivity rate hit highest ever on Saturday. But vaccination numbers jumped as kids became eligible.
When he’s not cooking for pop artists on tour, R. Stanley’s restaurateur and local chef Ralph Humes’ kitchen plans are low key. But the pandemic has made it difficult to decide what’s next.
The first data covering children ages 5 to 11 shows that vaccinations are off to strong start in Michigan. But total vaccination rates still have a long way to go.