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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
Trump's proposed cuts to EPA condemned by Kalamazoo officials

Local elected officials and climate activists met at a press conference Monday in Kalamazoo to speak out against President Donald Trump's stance on climate change. Hosted in the Northside Association for Community Development, the event was attended by Rep. Jon Hoadley, D-Kalamazoo, City Commissioner outhwest regional coordinator for the Michigan League of Conservation Voters, and Paul Clements, a Western Michigan University professor and climate activist.

Grand Rapids superintendent to deliver fifth state of schools address

Grand Rapids Public Schools Superintendent Teresa Weatherall Neal will give her annual State of our Schools address Thursday, May 4, at GRPS University. The event, open to the public, is an opportunity for the superintendent to lay out some of the district's priorities and new initiatives for the coming school year and to reflect on the accomplishments of this year.

Finally, it's Oberon Day 2017

It's only a few short hours away -- the release of Oberon and, some would say, the official start of spring. I'm in Kalamazoo tonight for the midnight parties at Burdick's and Shakespeare's Pub, and I'll stop at the Eccentric Cafe for the 9 a.m. tapping of Oberon, a wheat ale that debuted more than two decades ago and is a nostalgic beer for Michigan craft beer enthusiasts.

Well, Hello, Dollys!: How a classic musical survived and thrived

Carol Channing, who created the title role in the 1964 smash hit musical Hello, Dolly! , has been called many things: "a walking alarm clock", "a moon-mad hillbilly", "an Al Hirschfeld caricature in the flesh", with "a vocal range from deep foghorn to squeaky hinge". "Everyone is unique," says Carole Cook, who in originating the Australian production in 1965 became just the second woman to play Dolly Gallagher Levi.

Report of four injured in two car crash at intersection near downtown Kalamazoo

Police are reporting that four people were injured in a two-vehicle collision at North Westnedge Avenue and Ransom Street. An officer at the scene reported that an infant was on the ground when he arrived, although the child's injuries are not clear.

Dog Pulled From Burning House is Reunited with Her Rescuers

**Embargo: Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek** A family in Van Buren County is thankful for their beloved dog's life being saved last week after their home caught on fire in Casco Township. VAN BUREN COUNTY, Michigan - A family in Van Buren County is thankful for their beloved dog's life being saved last week after their home caught on fire in Casco Township.

Man shot in stomach in Kalamazoo

Police responded about 3:30 a.m. Saturday, March 25 to the 1000 block of Interfaith Boulevard on a report of several shots being fired.

Black Owl Cafe reopens after four-day closure

It was to be open from 1:30 to 7 p.m. today, and then return to regular morning and evening business hours thereafter. The popular coffee shop and tavern at 414 Walbridge St. was closed Monday afternoon after city inspectors condemned its building for having improper lighting, cluttered walkways in some places, and for using extension cords rather than hard wiring in some areas.

Charleston Mayor to ask police chief to lead proposed public safety department

Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg will ask the city's police chief to lead a new public safety department he wants to create. Tecklenburg plans to ask Police Chief Greg Mullen to serve as the Holy City's first Director of Public Safety if city council approves the change, according to a release from the mayor's office.

These metro Detroit bars will have fresh Oberon on Monday

Doing my undergrad in Kalamazoo at WMU automatically turned me into an Oberon aficionado. The beer is practically sacred in town and Oberon Day is Kalamazoo's equivalent of Christmas Day.

Missing Wyoming man spotted in Kalamazoo area

Police are seeking help find a missing 75-year-old man who was spotted early Friday, March 24, in Portage. Jose O. Sanchez, who is in the early stages of dementia, left his Wyoming home around 9 a.m. Thursday for work but did not show up.

STAR Awards ceremony set for April 18, tickets now available

The annual STAR Awards will celebrate the nominees and announce winners of their volunteer awards on April 18. The STAR Awards celebrate volunteerism by recognizing and awarding individuals and groups who volunteer their time, energy and talents in service to others throughout greater Kalamazoo. Group and individual winners will be determined by a panel of independent judges in the following categories: Youth Volunteer, Youth Volunteer Group, College Volunteer, College Volunteer Group, Adult Volunteer, Senior Volunteer, Employee Volunteer Group, Family Volunteer Group, Volunteer Manager of the Year, and the Irving S. Gilmore Lifetime Achievement Award.

Farmers Alley annual gala to feature Broadway soprano Teri Bibb

Farmers Alley Theatre will host Broadway's Teri Bibb for a fundraising concert, "Teri Bibb: Once Upon a Song" March 31 and April 1 at the Little Theatre. Known for performing the role of Christine in "The Phantom of the Opera" over 1,000 times on Broadway and the national tour, Kalamazoo audiences will remember Bibb for her Wilde-Award nominated role as Margaret Johnson in the 2012 production of the musical, "The Light in the Piazza."

CU students advance to clinical finals -

Three students from Cedarville University's Student College of Clinical Pharmacy chapter advanced to the final round of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Research Challenge. CU's team consists of Micah Bernard, a second-year professional pharmacy student from Houston; Sarah Berman, a first-year professional pharmacy student and SCCP president-elect from Mooresville, Ind.; and Megan Lawrence, a first-year professional pharmacy student from Kalamazoo, Mich.

Grow-your-own-mushrooms class offered at Food Innovation Center

A pink oyster mushroom that's being grown in the greenhouse at the Food Innovation Center. KALAMAZOO, MI-- As morel season approaches in Michigan, college instructor Lee Arbogast says his class in cultivating mushrooms will talk about morels "only to the extent of describing how difficult it is and the tears and treasure spilled over its pursuit."

Man dies after being struck in head by airplane propeller

Authorities say a 52-year-old man has died after being struck in the head by a propeller while trying to start a single-engine airplane in southwestern Michigan. The Kalamazoo County sheriff's department says the man from Vicksburg died following the Monday accident at a private airstrip in Brady Township.

State Police To Investigating Inmate's Death

At the request of Elkhart County Sheriff Brad Rogers the Indiana State Police is investigating the death of an inmate at the Elkhart County Jail. The 60 year-old inmate, Harry J. Ross II, was found unresponsive sitting up in his bed after he failed to report for his daily medication at approximately 3:40 a.m. A jail staff nurse and officers attempted to revive Ross but were unsuccessful.

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