WSJM Morning News-10/27/2020

WSJM Morning News-10/27/2020

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In this edition:

  • Michigan is reporting a total of 3,881 new cases of COVID-19 for Sunday and Monday combined.
  • In case anyone has been wondering if Halloween is still on, St. Joseph City Manager John Hodgson again let it be known that is a “yes.”
  • The Van Buren District Library is inviting supporters to take part in a November reading challenge to help it donate books to young people for the holidays.
  • COVID-19 is starting to impact next year. The South Haven Area Chamber of Commerce has cancelled the 28th Annual Icebreaker Fest.
  • North Pier Brewing is coming to downtown St. Joseph.
  • The Berrien County Sheriff’s Department will be among law enforcement agencies in Michigan with extra patrols on the road this coming weekend.
  • A snowfall record that’s been in place for four decades has been broken in Marquette.
  • The Michigan Department of Transportation is preparing for winter maintenance during the COVID pandemic.
  • A recent poll shows Governor Gretchen Whitmer maintains a favorable image with a majority of likely Michigan voters, she’s viewed favorably by 51% of respondents, while 41% said they viewed her unfavorably.

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