Benton Harbor

Benton Harbor,

city (1990 pop. 12,818), Berrien co., SW Mich., on Lake Michigan at the mouth of the St. Joseph River opposite St. Joseph; inc. 1869. A long-time fruit industry, tourist, and industrial center, noted for appliance manufacturing, the city declined in the late 20th cent., experiencing severe job and population loss.
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Late at night, two years after the Chicago Commune, Ernest and I arrived together at the Benton Harbor refuge.
The Benton Harbor refuge was a catacomb, the entrance of which was cunningly contrived by way of a well.
Reporters said the violence flared up after white police officers chased a black motorcyclist who crashed and died; people in one of the poorest areas of Benton Harbor, a Southwest Michigan city of about 11,000, were letting the world know they were tired of being targeted by police and shut out of jobs.
The paper's nearly all-white staff is responsible for covering the racially divided communities of Benton Harbor and St.
owns and operates approximately 34 million cubic feet of freezer, cooler, and general merchandise warehouse space in nine different locations in Benton Harbor, Riverside, Hart, Decatur, and Hartford in Michigan and South Bend, Lafayette, and Logansport in Indiana.
Modern Plastics, Benton Harbor, MI, was registered to ISO 14001 by Entela.
Benton Harbor has a population of 12,000, 92 percent black.
Benton Harbor is predominantly black and poor, while middle-class St.
Knape & Vogt's Benton Harbor facility was purchased in the early 1970s and since then has been busy doing contract work and manufacturing the panels used in Knape & Vogt's shelving products.
One of Benton Harbor's oldest and longest surviving manufacturing companies, New Products Corporation, today filed a lawsuit against Harbor Shores, the city of Benton Harbor and others after numerous attempts to notify Harbor Shores through correspondence and "no trespassing" signs that a portion of its golf course was constructed on the company's property.
headquartered in Benton Harbor, MI, has announced the appointment of Kent Headley as Vice President and Warehouse Manager of its Lafayette, Indiana, warehouse operation.
Approximately half of the 35 employees at Benton Harbor may transfer to Elwood, according to company officials.

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