A former sheriff, a daredevil parachutist, a hat maker, a teacher, a cemetery sexton and a young girl gone too soon, were all characters brought to life during the sixth annual Oakwood Cemetery Liv
WAYLAND TWP—Michigan State Police are investigating a single-car crash on US-131 that severely injured a Kentwood man, Scott Maxim.
Allegan Event zipline owners made an informal proposal to the City of Allegan to add a boat dock next to the zipline ticket gate for the purpose of renting kayaks, canoes and paddleboats.
Two roads just southeast of city limits in Allegan Township are all but assured to receive new water lines soon.
Reviving Wayland as The Dahlia City with a dahlia demonstration garden at North Park is a project Wayland Main Street’s Economic Restructuring Committee is proposing for a new public attraction.
State Rep. Steve Johnson invites residents of the 72nd House District to join him during local office hours on Friday, June 22, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Simply Celia’s, 142 S.
A $47,000 downtown traffic study and streetscape plan was unanimously approved Tuesday, May 29, by the Allegan City Council.
Although he’s not a student at Allegan Alternative High School, Tony Carpenter received a special presentation at the 2018 graduating ceremony by principal Laura Feffer.
A Mattawan woman was sentenced to jail and probation for driving drunk with a child in her car.
This weekend, Allegan’s riverfront boardwalk springs to life with the inaugural “Rollin on the River” Friday night event with The Crane Wives band from 5:30-7:30 p.m.