January 2020: A Look Back at What Kalamazoo was Talking About
It's almost like it was a different world. Plays at the Civic, K-Wings hockey and the wait for legalized marijuana were in the news a year ago in Kalamazoo.
Next Phase Starts Monday; Vaccinations For People 65+
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced today that Michigan residents ages 65 and older, along with some frontline workers, will be eligible to receive the Coronavirus vaccine beginning on Monday, January 11th, as the state moves into the next phase of vaccinations. So far, 80% of Covid-19 deat…
How Much Should You Tip for Curbside Pickup?
Although tipping the full cost of your bill might not be in your budget, it really is important to remember that we are still getting a service and being served, therefore should tip appropriately. COVID has changed the name of a lot of games, but our favorite places and our neighbors who work there…
Battle Creek Business Gave Away $35,000 In Scrubs For Health Care Workers
A small Battle Creek business gifted over $35,000 in scrubs to over 800 frontline health care workers.
Whitmer Signs Covid Relief Bill, But Not Without Changes
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a Michigan Covid Relief Bill Tuesday, but using her line-item veto prerogative, took some items out of it, including a tax break for businesses related to unemployment benefits.
July 2020 Recap: Rock Controversy Erupts Over Masks and Concerts
Musicians voiced their opinions and called for action as the pandemic continued through the summer.
Its Here! The Yes There Really is a Kalamazoo Vaccine T-Shirt
To celebrate this victory, a Kalamazoo resident created the perfect t-shirt.