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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.
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:
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Woman facing deportation finds sanctuary in Michigan church
Saheeda Perveen Nadeem sits in the First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, in downtown Kalamazoo, Mich., on Monday, March 12, 2018, the day she was scheduled for deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The church has offered sanctuary to the Pakistani who has lived in the U.S. for 13 years and who's 20-year-old son is protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.St. Patrick's Day Parade to turn Kalamazoo Mall green Saturday
The annual Saturday parade put on by the Irish American Club of Kalamazoo falls on St. Patrick's Day this year and steps off at 11 a.m. on the Kalamazoo Mall at Michigan Avenue. It follows the traditional route south on the mall onto South Burdick Street then west on Cedar Street, ending at former Knights of Columbus hall at 218 W. Cedar St. Rather than having an individual as grand marshal this year, organizers said the grand marshal will be "Thanking The Kalamazoo Promise."Kalamazoo elementary school affected by boil water advisory
Milwood Elementary School in Kalamazoo is just one location affected by a boil water due to a water main break near the intersection Lovers Lane and Cork Street. The kalamazoo County Health and Community Services Department are advising those who work or live near this area to avoid drinking or ingesting the water and to boil the water until further notice.Tuesday March 13, Our World in Pictures
Helicopter Crash: A helicopter is hoisted by crane from the East River onto a barge, Monday, in New York. The pilot was able to escape the Sunday night crash after the aircraft flipped upside down in the water killing several passengers, officials said.Family of victim in fatal drunken-driving crash asks for lenient sentence
The family of a man who was killed in a September 2017 drunken driving crash asked a Kalamazoo County judge for a lenient sentence Monday. Karma Hassell, 39, was sentenced in Kalamazoo County Circuit Court Monday, March 12, for the death of Joel Ervin, 41. Ervin was walking on East Ransom Street near Walbridge Street in downtown Kalamazoo around 12:50 a.m. Sept.Woman gets jail time for drugged driving crash that killed volunteer
Lois Miles was a giver, a woman who traveled internationally to help people after raising her four children and working as an occupational therapist, her daughter said. Miles' daughter, Susanne Mains, spoke Monday, March 12 at the sentencing for Monique Sandt , who police say was high on marijuana when she crashed her vehicle into Miles' vehicle Nov. 7, 2016 on South 12th Street near West ON Avenue in Texas Township.Violent crime spree across Kalamazoo County gets man 17 years in prison
A man who confessed to committing a violent crime spree around Kalamazoo County but said he is mentally ill was sentenced to prison Monday. Matthew Steppenwolf, 29, of Plainwell, was sentenced to 17 to 32 years in the Michigan Department of Corrections for a Jan. 24, 2017 crime spree.Spring opening of Midtown Marketplace will include Kalamazoo Coffee
A hot cup of coffee will come with the springtime opening of the shopping center being developed at the former Harding's Marketplace site on Howard Street. The Kalamazoo Coffee Co.VIDEO: Kalamazoo man convicted
A shoplifter who caused a horrendous crash fleeing from police after he stole two bottles of alcohol, faces up to 12 years in prison after he was convicted on Thursday in a Calhoun County Courtroom. 20-year-old Rayjahn Heltzel of Kalamazoo had his girlfriend and their infant child in the vehicle last November as he led police away from the Meijer on Beckley Road, running red lights, until he came to the intersection with M-66, where he plowed into several cars that had the right of way.Relief funds available to some in Michigan after flooding
The state says emergency relief assistance may be available to low-income residents affected by flooding that began last month in parts of Michigan's Lower Peninsula. Lt. Gov. Brian Calley says in a statement that the State Emergency Relief program is open to provide help to individuals and families facing conditions of extreme hardship or for emergencies that threaten health and safety.2 teens arrested after crashing stolen vehicle
The crash happened around 1 a.m. near the intersection of Washington Avenue and Race Street, according to a Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety news release. Witnesses told police two people ran away after crashing the vehicle into a tree.Changes at Heritage Guitar roil staff luthiers
The bickering between the new ownership of Heritage Guitars and many of the workers at the company seems to consist of more than just the usual labor squabble. A group of 10 skilled workers who were let go last week, and 4 others who resigned in protest, charge the company's new owner of turning his back on their founding principles, while the company insists it is making changes that are necessary to move forward as modern instrument builders.Sweetwatera s golden ticket donut giveaway ends today
Thursday is your last chance to try and score a Willy Wonka donut prize package from Sweetwater's Donut Mill. The Kalamazoo-based donut chain has been selling their Willy Wonka Donut since Tuesday.10 FUN things to do the first weekend of LaughFest 2018
Or at least very "FUN," as in this weekend's "FUNderwear Run" as part of Gilda' LaughFest 2018, which officially kicks off today and runs for 10 days through March 18. With more than 200 free and ticketed shows featuring over 100 artists at more than 40 venues in Grand Rapids, Holland, Lowell, and new this year Wayland's Gun Lake Casino, it's time to make a plan for what to do this weekend and next. Obviously, the big names such as Trevor Noah , who performs during Gilda's Club Grand Rapids Signature Event, as well as Tiffany Haddish, Maria Bamford, Cameron Esposito, and others will get a lot of attention.KZoo Central H.S. students in shock over note from ex-President Barack Obama
Some West Michigan students who rallied for change after a school shooting in Florida last month received recognition from someone unexpected. Former President Barack Obama wrote a note to students at Kalamazoo Central High School, thanking them for their efforts on gun reform.2018 Kalamazoo Home & Garden Expo is March 8 to 11
More than 140 professionals in home repair, construction, maintenance, landscaping, security, interior design and other services are expected for the 2018 Kalamazoo Home & Garden Expo. The annual showcase of products and services for the home is hosted by the Home Builders Association of Western Michigan and is scheduled to start at noon Thursday, March 8, and continue through Sunday, March 11, at the Kalamazoo County Expo Center and Fairgrounds, 2900 Lake St. During each of the last few years, the event has attracted 9,000 to 10,000 people looking to see the latest in building trends, technology and services and to connect with people they may hire to do that work.Kalamazoo settles claim alleging $40K in flood damages caused by city
The city of Kalamazoo will payout nearly $30,000 to settle a claim that it is responsible for flood damage at a medical business. Monday, the City Commission authorized the settlement of a sewer back-up claim filed with the city attorney's office by Annette Crocker.Suspect threatens man with sword in Kalamazoo
Police arrested a suspect who reported approached an individual and threatened him with a sword near the 3500 block of Kenbrook Court in Kalamazoo around 8 a.m. Wednesday. The man told police that he was cleaning off his vehicle when the suspect approached him with the sword.Michigan house opts to give cyclists 3-feet
Cyclists may have to learn to live with a three foot buffer between them and motorists. Portage Republican Margaret O'Brien was able to convince the State Senate to adopt the same five foot passing rule that is already in place in Kalamazoo and Portage, which was approved locally after Kalamazoo's bike tragedy, giving cyclists more room on the roadway.SLD Read seeks tutors for March 2018 training session
SLD Read is seeking tutors to work one-to-one with struggling readers in the Kalamazoo and Battle Creek areas. Starting in 2019-2020, a new Michigan law will make it mandatory to hold back third graders if they are one year or more behind in reading on state assessments.
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