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"Down on the Corner" by Credence Clearwater Revival and "Kalamazoo" by Ben Folds are both popular songs that reference Kalamazoo. The Hopewell Native American tribe originally inhabited the area. Kalamazoo was officially incorporated as a city in 1883. The Kalamazoo Mall was the first outdoor pedestrian mall constructed in the United States, it opened in 1959. The wall stretches for four blocks. Kalamazoo is home to a number of local breweries and brewpubs. One of the most famous businesses that began in Kalamazoo was the Gibson Guitar Corporation.

Population: 76145
Local Newspapers: The Kalamazoo Gazette
Local Sports Teams: The Kalamazoo Kings (Frontier League Baseball)
Local Colleges: Western Michigan University Kalamazoo College

Zip Codes associated with kalamazoo, michigan: 49001 49004 49006 49007 49008 49009 49012
Towns/Cities near kalamazoo, michigan : Eastwood Westwood Partage Mattawan Parchment Vicksburg Paw Paw

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It's Boy Scouts vs. Girl Scouts as BSA moves to admit girls

By DAVID CRARY AP National Writer Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts pledge to be friendly and helpful. But their parent organizations may find that promise hard to keep as they head into a potentially bitter competition triggered by the Boy Scouts of America's dramatic move to admit girls throughout its ranks.

Split Senate votes to let charter schools get regional taxes

Charter schools would receive revenue from voter-approved property tax hikes under legislation a divided Michigan Senate approved Wednesday, as Democrats accused majority Republicans of "stealing" from traditional schools. Voters in six intermediate - or county-wide - school districts have approved the so-called enhancement millages.

VIDEO: Carver Duncan, Stephanie Maloney, and Katelyn Langwith Release ...

What's it like to be an "out-of-town actor" working at a professional regional theater? Find out by following "C-Money" and his hype girls as they travel to their regional acting contract, handle the paparazzi and adjust to their new small town celebrity lifestyles. Filmed while performing "Gypsy" at Farmers Alley Theatre in Kalamazoo, MI; October, 2017.

Kalamazoo United event to bring together Catholics and Protestants

On the 500th anniversary of the separation of Christian Protestants from the Roman Catholic Church, Kalamazoo area church leaders are bringing together members of the two branches of Christianity. Rev. Jeff Wenke from the Bridge Church in Portage, and Bishop Paul Bradley from the Catholic Diocese of Kalamazoo are hosting Kalamazoo United , an event aimed at bringing together Christians from both sides, at 4 p.m. Oct. 29 at Wings Event Center.

Saugatuck residents reject marina proposal in Lake Michigan dunes

As the Lake Michigan sand dunes that define the Saugatuck area face another development proposal, residents and environmentalists are urging state officials to turn the developer away. "It seems that this is an ecological disaster waiting to happen," said Belinda Rachman during the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality's public hearing on two permit applications for the project Tuesday night.

Downtown flooding could cost millions to fix Tuesday, October 17

Kalamazoo's Southtown Neighborhood has flooded three times in the last nine years, even though it's supposed to be a 100-year flood zone. It may be a fluke, it may be climate change but many fear it's the new normal and fixing it will not be easy or cheap.

Raw: Floods close southwest Michigan streets

Heavy weekend rain flooded streets in Kalamazoo, Michigan over the weekened. WXMI-TV in Grand Rapids reports that some Kalamazoo streets remained closed on Sunday night.

Former Portage teacher pleads guilty to assault, avoids second trial

A former Portage teacher has reached a plea deal with prosecutors, avoiding a second criminal sexual conduct trial planned for later this week. Corey McNeal, 42, of Kalamazoo, was scheduled to go on trial in Kalamazoo County Circuit Court starting Wednesday, Oct. 18. He pleaded guilty to one count of felonious assault at a status conference Friday, Oct. 13, and the remaining charges were dismissed, according to Kalamazoo County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Scott Brower.

Several Kalamazoo businesses dealing with flood cleanup after storms

Some storefronts were closed Monday, Oct. 16 for cleaning, but others continued business as usual despite flooding in parking lots and surrounding streets. VanderSalm's Flowershop and Garden Center at 1120 S. Burdick St. is open but its basement is flooded, negatively impacting the business in more ways than one.

Kalamazoo city election 2017: Mayor candidate Bobby Hopewell

A decade after first being elected as mayor, Hopewell is seeking another two years in office to ensure that the city's strategic vision is carried out, and ensure the successful launch of the Foundation for Excellence. On Nov. 7, Kalamazoo residents will also elect three commissioners to serve four-year terms on the Kalamazoo City Commission.

"Smart 911" now available in Kalamazoo CountyMonday, October...

Officials from all of the police agencies in Kalamazoo County met this morning to launch their Smart 911 phone system. As we reported on Friday, it's a computer based information system that allows homeowners and businesses to prepare information that they might like a first responder to know in an emergency.

It's Boy Scouts vs. Girl Scouts as BSA moves to admit girls

Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts pledge to be friendly and helpful. But their parent organizations may find that promise hard to keep as they head into a potentially bitter competition triggered by the Boy Scouts of America's dramatic move to admit girls throughout its ranks.

Calvin women's cross country 16th at Principia College Cowbell Classic

The 15th-ranked Calvin women's cross country team received a preview of the NCAA III Championships competition course on Saturday as it competed at the Principia College Cowbell Classic. Principia will host the NCAA III Championships on November 18. Sophomore Michelle Koetje was Calvin's top finisher, placing 65th on the 6K course in 23:20.

Rain wreaks havoc on Kalamazoo streets, football and outdoor events

KALMAZOO, MI -- Heavy rain has caused trouble for both motorists and people attending various outdoor events, including the Western Michigan University football game.

United Against Hunger drive this weekSaturday, October...

KALAMAZOO/BATTLE CREEK -- The United Way will need volunteers on Monday in Battle Creek and in Kalamazoo on Wednesday to help package meal kits for this year's United against Hunger drive. The United Way will be providing all the food and packing material, the volunteers just help to assemble the 50,000 kits.

Trader Joea s Opens Final 2017 Locations

Trader Joe's has opened the last of its new locations for 2017 in Allston, Mass., Kalamazoo, Mich., and North Brunswick, N.J. The retailer welcomed hundreds of customers with leis at the grand opening celebrations yesterday, which featured free food and in-store beverage tastings. Trader Joe's opened 14 new locations this year, totaling 474 stores nationwide.

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