Brad Devereaux, MLive

Brad Devereaux


Saginaw, MI, United States

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Past articles by Brad:

Kalamazoo upgrades lighting for night events at Bronson Park stage

Lighting upgrades are coming to Kalamazoo's Bronson Park. → Read More

Lovell Street to close for construction in downtown Kalamazoo

A stretch of West Lovell Street will be closed. → Read More

Elected officials file lawsuit against Allegan County board over plans to move offices

They provided arguments as to why they do not think the offices should be moved outside of the Allegan city limits. → Read More

Galesburg brings back police department, plans public safety millage proposal

The city of Galesburg is bringing back its police department and is working on a new method to fund public safety. → Read More

$1M secured to dredge Lake Michigan harbor in St. Joseph

The harbor will be dredged so construction materials can continue to be received. → Read More

Kalamazoo County treasurer questioned under oath asks board to increase pay to hire CPA

The county treasurer has faced scrutiny from elected Kalamazoo County officials since late 2022. → Read More

Public invited to informational meeting on roundabouts coming to Kalamazoo County

Two roundabouts will be built in 2023, the road commission said. → Read More

900 dump truck loads of tree debris hauled away after ice storm in Kalamazoo

City of Kalamazoo's ice storm bill hits $500,000 and climbing. → Read More

Kalamazoo spends $582K to fix potholes on Michigan Avenue, add bike lane, and more

The new road will have a bike lane that runs the length of downtown. → Read More

Kalamazoo, Portage government offices close early due to forecasted snowstorm

Snow plowing, utilities, and public safety services will continue to operate as usual, the city said. → Read More

Possible site revealed to place pods for homeless people in Kalamazoo

The proposed site is in Kalamazoo's Edison neighborhood. → Read More

‘We slept in the cold:’ Kalamazoo residents describe how a 5-day power outage affected them

Some people went without power for about five days after a damaging ice storm hit Kalamazoo County. → Read More

Kalamazoo, Portage offering curbside collection of fallen tree limbs after damaging storm

A crew from the city of Grand Rapids and two contractor crews are assisting the city of Kalamazoo. → Read More

Spoiled food, fleeing homes: Kalamazoo residents make tough choices in ice storm aftermath

Residents have thrown out food and found new places to sleep after the power outage in Kalamazoo County. → Read More

Red Cross opens 24-hour shelter in Kalamazoo in response to power outages caused by ice storm

Nearly 50,000 Consumers Energy customers were without power in Kalamazoo County as of Wednesday morning. → Read More

Kalamazoo government offices, schools close for 2nd day after damaging ice storm

An ice storm took down many trees and limbs throughout the Kalamazoo area. → Read More

Winery with ‘tasting cave’ approved at Kalamazoo castle

A winery and tasting cave are planned for Henderson Castle, but there are limits on when it can operate. → Read More

City of Kalamazoo offices closed for the day due to icy weather forecast

The forecast calls for icy weather. → Read More

Treasurer gives financial update under oath after questions from county commissioners

The Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners met Tuesday, Feb. 21, and Thomas Whitener’s report was on the agenda. → Read More

See which Kalamazoo streets will convert from one-ways to two-ways

Past, present and future: Downtown Kalamazoo maps show traffic changes over the years. → Read More