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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
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Kalamazoo News
City lifts boil-water advisory in Dearborn Avenue area of Kalamazoo

City officials have lifted a boil-water advisory that was issued on Wednesday in relation to repair work being done near the intersection of Dearborn Avenue and Cooper Avenue. In a press release, city officials stated, "The precautionary boil water advisory issued Feb. 22, 2017 in association with a scheduled infrastructure repair has been lifted by the City of Kalamazoo, in cooperation with the Kalamazoo County Health and Community Services Department."

New late-night option comes to Chauncey

New late-night option comes to Chauncey Two Fellas Grill in Chauncey offers students another late night option. Check out this story on jconline.com: http://on.jconline.com/2lBdQJJ Before opening their first restaurant several years ago in Kalamazoo, Mich., friends Roland Saleh and Tim Torres were not on career trajectories that would take them anywhere close to the restaurant business.

Wall St lingers near records

"Optimism is a mile high, but an inch deep," John Manley, chief equity strategist for Wells Fargo Funds Management in New York, told Bloomberg "People are being pulled into this stock market. They're worried it's gone up too fast."

Victim of Kalamazoo shooting still recovering a year later

Over a year after a shooting rampage in southwestern Michigan, a 15-year-old girl who survived being shot in the head is still recovering from the incident. The Battle Creek Enquirer reports Abigail Kopf was the youngest survivor of the Feb. 20, 2016, shootings in Kalamazoo County that killed six people and wounded two others.

Victim of Kalamazoo Shooting Still Recovering a Year Later

Over a year after a shooting rampage in southwestern Michigan, a 15-year-old girl who survived being shot in the head is still recovering from the incident. The Battle Creek Enquirer reports Abigail Kopf was the youngest survivor of the Feb. 20, 2016, shootings in Kalamazoo County that killed six people and wounded two others.

New immigration restrictions fan new fears

Organizations and governments all over the country are figuring out how they are going to respond now that President Trump has issued immigration guidelines that could impact over 11 million illegal immigrants in the U.S. One section of the President's order suggests that local and state police will be empowered or compelled to enforce immigration laws. Gov. Rick Snyder says Michigan State Police are too busy fighting other forms of crime.

Why one parent doesn't want her Michigan school shuttered

Tammy Pawlowski says her 10-year-old son, Davon, is getting a great education at Woodward School for Technology and Research in Kalamazoo. With the help of supportive teachers and staff, Davon has grown from a shy, quiet student to a "confident leader" whose report cards are filled with A's and is among the best readers in his class, she says.

Two Arrested for Marijuana

A traffic stop by a County Police Officer Saturday night about 10:45 landed two people in the county jail. The vehicle stopped was on US 31 near US 30 and during the investigation it was determined that the driver, 26 year old Breanna Kellems of Indianapolis was impaired.

Land swap deal could exchange Kalamazoo courthouse with PlazaCorp

Kalamazoo County Administrator Tracie Moored presented a potential land swap deal and another plan to sell county property to the Board of Commissioners Tuesday. Moored said the projects could spur $200 million of development in the Arcadia Commons West area of downtown Kalamazoo , which as failed to attract any significant momentum in the last 15 years.

MDOT, Kalamazoo, and Amtrak hosting open house to discuss 2017 projects in downtown Kalamazoo

WHAT: The Michigan Department of Transportation , City of Kalamazoo, and Amtrak are holding an open house to discuss several upcoming road, railroad and utility projects. Accommodations can be made for persons with disabilities and limited English speaking ability.

Kalamazoo area's first Chick-fil-A entices early campers with free meals

Those interested in being one of the first people inside the Kalamazoo area's first Chick-fil-A restaurant will need to be among the first to register to do so starting at 6 a.m. Wednesday, the day before the opening. The catch -- those who register have to remain on site in the parking lot of the restaurant at 6202 S. Westnedge Ave. in Portage for the 24-hour period before it opens for business Thursday, Feb. 23. Each of the first 100 adults camping out overnight receives a digital card for a year's worth of free Chick-fil-A meals .

City commission takes a stand or two

Kalamazoo city commissioners approved a resolution Monday supporting the Kalamazoo Public Schools' fight with Gov. Rick Snyder's School Reform Office over the possible closure of the Woodward School for Technology and Research and Washington Writers' Academy. In fact, a couple of city commissioners suggested they file a friend-of-the-court brief in support of the schools once they file their lawsuit.

Kalamazoo remembers mass shooting that killed 6

Kalamazoo remembers mass shooting that killed 6 Six people were killed and two injured during shooting Feb. 20, 2016. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2lqpAi0 Candles were lit at a memorial service Monday evening for four minutes and 42 seconds to represent the four hours and 42 minutes that it took for first responders to find the suspect in the Kalamazoo shootings one year ago.

Kalamazoo Strong one year after mass shootingMonday, February...

A few hundred turned out at the Wings Event Center Monday night for the first anniversary remembrance for the victims of the shooting rampage in Kalamazoo and to get the first look at plans to memorialize the 8 who were shot. The Governor sent a taped message and Congressman Fred Upton was on hand to remember the victims and salute the first responders and the police who helped bring a quick conclusion and arrest on that night a year ago.

Kalamazoo mass shooting victims honored on 1-year anniversary

One year has passed since an Uber driver went on a rampage, shooting eight people and killing six between picking up fares. But in the year following, the Kalamazoo community did not falter and instead came together to help one another heal, rallying around the victims and survivors.

One Year Later, Still No Trial In Kalamazoo Shooting Spree

It's been a year now since six people were killed in a shooting spree around Kalamazoo, and still, the trial for the alleged shooter has not been scheduled. Jason Dalton was an Uber driver the night he's accused of the murders.

Crash near Lawton may lead to drunken driving charge

The crash happened around 10 p.m. on 93rd Avenue near 31st Street in Porter Township, according to the Van Buren County Sheriff's Office. Authorities say that a southbound Pontiac Grand Prix crashed into a tree.

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