New Buffalo

Photo Of The Week - Just Before The Sun Went Down

Sep 5, 2019
Paul A. Werwas

In this week's Photo of the Week we give a nod to the waning days of summer. This image was captured on July 29 by Paul A. Werwas of South Bend. When Paul submitted his photos he said, "If they're worth sharing on Facebook, they're worth sending to you as well." We couldn't agree more. 

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Include your name, hometown, names of people pictured, and the date and location where the photo was taken. Please send images in .jpg format & no larger than 2mb in size.

http://www.cityofnewbuffalo.org/downloads/pressrelease.pdf

New Buffalo earned a federal grant to improve its beaches for the growing number of tourists that visit each summer. 

The City has $51,000 to create a master plan for New Buffalo beaches.

Matt Sayles/Invision for The Society of Singers/AP Images

88.1 WVPE's Karl Smith, the host of J:Cubed, interviewed famed jazz musician Dave Koz.  Dave Koz & Friends Summer Horns tour is making a stop Friday, July 26, at 9pm at the Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds in New Buffalo.  

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Grammy nominated jazz artist Dave Koz brings his Friends Summer Horns tour to New Buffalo.

Dave Koz and Friends Summer Horns will perform at the Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds in New Buffalo on Friday, July 26 at 9pm. 

 

New Buffalo’s beach will have lifeguards on a limited basis this summer, despite an effort to drop the program.

Lifeguards will be on the beach on weekends and holidays only, much like they were last year.

Earlier this year city manager Dave Richards proposed a draft budget without the lifeguards on it. A local resident and a few lifeguard organizations protested and the lifeguards were kept on the budget.

Richards said finding lifeguards in New Buffalo is hard.