The annual event, held in Bronson Park the day after Thanksgiving, has been cancelled this year over COVID fears.
The library has closed completely for a week to prepare for the change.
The live events venue was just a day away from reopening before being forced to close again due to COVID.
In a press conference, the governor warned that hospitals are filling up and COVID deaths will continue to rise if we don’t change our behavior.
With more tests being conducted daily and infection rates on the rise, the wait times for COVID tests are getting longer.
A recent survey shows that social service agencies are helping more than 200K fewer people in Kalamazoo this year due to COVID.
Case counts are continuing to rise in Kalamazoo County. West Michigan hit hard. Hospitals are approaching capacity.
Testing students for COVID before they leave campus and return to their communities is one way of controlling the spread of the virus. WMU is leaving it up to students.
As COVID patients – and deaths – rise, area hospitals are calling for more precautions.
Newly released to the entire state, MI COVID Alert uses Bluetooth to warn users if they’ve been exposed to someone with COVID.