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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

Kalamazoo News
Waterway stays closed as more Kalamazoo River cleanup begins

The south banks of the Kalamazoo River will remain closed this summer as work begins upstream on four more areas needing river cleanup and restoration. Sediments, riverbanks and floodplains from Kalamazoo to Lake Michigan are contaminated with toxic waste from paper mills that once dotted the river from Kalamazoo to Otsego.

Bed Bugs Found in 5 Books at Nevada Library

An investigation found five books to be contaminated. Another 34 books will remain quarantined and heat-treated as a precaution.

What you need to know about May 2 ballot proposals

Many West Michigan voters will be asked to decide on ballot proposals when they go to the polls on Tuesday. There are a total of 52 races across West Michigan on Election Day, many of which are requests to renew existing millages.

School trustees ratify school improvement plan Friday, April 28

The parents of Woodward School for Technology and Research and the Washington Writers' Academy in Kalamazoo can be assured those schools will stay open, possibly for generations to come. That wasn't so certain a few months ago, when they received letters from the Gov. Rick Snyder's School Reform Office that those schools were closing and parents should look for alternatives.

The Hammond Circus Train Wreck

The Hammond Circus Train Wreck occurred on June 22, 1918, and was one of the worst train wrecks in US history. Eighty-six people died and another 127 were injured when a locomotive engineer fell asleep and ran his train into the rear of another near Hammond, Indiana .

Police look for tips in Kalamazoo Ave. arson

A Grand Rapids Fire Investigator says that arson is likely the cause of two fires at a home in the 800 block of Kalamazoo SE. The first fire started just before 6:00am on the back porch of the home.

Traffic tied up at Kalamazoo train crossings for more than an hour

Traffic was backed up for more than an hour Thursday morning at Michigan Avenue and Pitcher Street in Kalamazoo because of a stalled freight train. A dispatcher for Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety said representativive from Grand Elk Railroad said the train is not broken down, but would provide few other details and no timeframe for when the problem would be resolved.

911 surcharge hike would fund emergency response in Kalamazoo County

On May 2, voters will decide if a 450 percent increase on fees assessed to phone numbers is worth funding the authority responsible for consolidating emergency dispatch operations in Kalamazoo County. Starting July 1 and running through mid-2022, Kalamazoo County residents would pay a $2.30 monthly surcharge for each device able to access 911, up from the current 42-cent surcharge.

Lawmakers Honor Crime Victims With Capitol Vigil

State Senator Tonya Schuitmaker this week saluted crime victims at an event at the state Capitol. On Tuesday, she took part in the 29th annual Michigan Crime Victims Vigil, organized by the Crime Victim Foundation.

Classical Music News - Dance of the Violin

Following the success of The Man with the Violin , a children's book which garnered more than twenty awards and prompted the creation of a new concert of the same title, Annick Press published a new story on 14 March 2017 which focuses on a seminal childhood moment of internationally acclaimed American violinist Joshua Bell. Written by Kathy Stinson and illustrated by DuA an PetriA iA , the book focuses on what can happen when one is given a second chance, and is titled The Dance of the Violin .

15 memorable stories from a retiring MLive reporter

MLive photographer Mark Bugnaski got this shot of me on the phone with a dispatcher on my last Monday of work, April 24, 2017. After graduating from Michigan State University in 1973, my plan was to become a science editor, focusing on agriculture and natural resources -- which I did for a few years before moving to this side of the state.

Assault on west side home results in an arrest

There was a crazy scene Tuesday evening at a home in the 3400 block of Knox Street, in the Oakwood neighborhood. Sgt. Marc Rifenberg says three men, one of them armed with a knife, were apparently seeking revenge when they tried to get at the occupant of a home through the back door.

Armed home invasion and arson ends in arrest hours later

A 26-year-old Kalamazoo man was arrested on home invasion and arson charges Wednesday and two other suspects are being investigated, too, after a Kalamazoo Public Safety officer spotted a black sedan witnesses said was used in the incident. At 6:46 p.m. Tuesday, April 25 Kalamazoo Public Safety officers responded to a report of a house fire in the 3400 block of Knox Street, reportedly started by three men trying to break into the house, according to a news release from the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety.

Wood TV opening studios in downtown Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo

WOOD TV is expanding its news operation and launching two new streetside studios in downtown Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo this week. The station is partnering with the Grand Rapids Art Museum to create the GRAM WOOD TV Media Arts Center, which will include a studio overlooking Rosa Parks Circle.

Kalamazoo dispatch authority to buy building for 911 response center

The Kalamazoo County Consolidated Dispatch Authority is seeking to buy a building owned by Consumers Credit Union at 7040 Stadium Dr. for $1.35 million. The property will be redeveloped into a facility which will serve as the permanent location for a consolidated public safety answering point by April 2018.

Three districts sign 'partnership agreements' with state preventing school closures

The state of Michigan and three school districts - Kalamazoo, Muskegon Heights and Bridgeport/Spaulding - have signed partnership agreements at least temporarily preventing state-imposed closure of low-performing schools , according to the Michigan Department of Education. A total of four schools in those communities were at-risk of closure for placing in the bottom 5 percent of schools statewide for three consecutive years: Woodward School for Technology and Research and Washington Writers' Academy in Kalamazoo; Martin G. Atkins Elementary School in the Bridgeport/Spaulding Community School District, which is located outside of Saginaw; and Muskegon Heights Academy in the Muskegon Heights Public School Academy System.

CARite Terminates Licensed Dealership and Sets Plan to Assist Customers Affected by Store Closing

CARite Corporate announced today its decision to sever its contractual relationship with the former business owners of CARite of Kalamazoo. This dealership was independently owned and operated under a license granted by CARite to operate under its brand.

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