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.
Headquartered in Benton Harbor, Michigan, the company manufactures in 13 countries and markets products under 11 major brand names in more than 170 countries.
While the Benton Harbor Youth Works program is crucial for this summer, the established efforts to build fundamental improvements will need to continue to really make a difference - not just for Benton Harbor residents but for all of Southwest Michigan.
suppliers during its Supplier Performance Awards Banquet on May 28 at Lake Michigan College's Mendel Center in Benton Harbor.
The two centers -- Benton Harbor and Knoxville -- are fully integrated and share common systems throughout.
The company employs more than 40 people at its Benton Harbor facility.
2 million in loans for the construction of two family rental housing developments in Benton Harbor.
Significant credit should be given to Benton Harbor Mayor Charles Yarbrough, Congressman Fred Upton (R-MI) and Jeff Noel of Cornerstone Alliance for their assistance," Czmiel said.
I'm pleased that another auto-related business has chosen to locate in Michigan and in Benton Harbor.
today announced it will begin service from Benton Harbor to the Northwest Airlines Detroit hub effective June 20.

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