Here’s a recap of our City by City report from May 16, 2014:
Hot wheels are rolling into the Syracuse area this weekend for this years’ Crusin' Cuse Car Show.
To kick off the weekend event antique and classic cars will be taking over Main Street. All the crusin' is expected to start around 5 this afternoon and it'll go till 8.
Then tomorrow there will be a showcase of cars starting at 8 a.m. at the Syracuse Community Center. Admission is free.
The three high schools in Starke County are holding a free concert Sunday afternoon.
The concert will have the choir and band members from Knox, North Judson-Ssan Pierre and Oregon Davis High Schools.
The concert is being held in the auditorium at North Judson-San Pierre High School and admission again is free.
The University of Notre Dame Band is presenting their Annual Commencement Concert Repertoire this afternoon at 5:30.
The music will include traditional wind band works and new music.
Admission is free!
The concert is happening at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on Notre Dame's Campus.
A chance to recycle your old medications, electronics, personal documents, and hazardous waste in Berrien County
The event is from 8 to noon tomorrow at the Southeast Berrien County Landfill Recycling Center on Chamberlain Road.
There is a fee for some of the electronic items.
The county will also accept donations, to help offset processing costs.
This year's public art in St. Joseph, Michigan will be unveiled tonight at 5:30.
For the first time ever, not all of the art will be downtown.
Lighthouses are the theme of the display this year.
Each artist was given two molds of the North Pier Light Houses.
The only stipulation was that they couldn't be done as the structures currently look.
One thousand kids will be going to the Senior PGA Tournament at Harbor Shores in Benton Harbor this year.
The organization donated championship tickets to the Boys and Girls Club of Benton Harbor, and the First Tee of Benton Harbor.
The total value is $35,000.