It’s Sunday morning at Wayland United Methodist Church and the Rev. Jeff Williams calls the congregation’s children to the front of the parish.
Plainwell’s Midway Chevrolet hosted the fifth-annual Twin Cities Family Fun Day Saturday, Aug. 9.
“It’s going to be 100-percent safe,” said 19-year-old Clayton Brann of the “Project Michigan” party he and his friend, Jus Flyy, plan for Saturday, Aug. 23.
Allegan residents along Trow-bridge Street will have the chance to weigh in on a proposed switch to two-way traffic at the city’s next council meeting on Monday, Aug. 25.
Young boys ride their bikes in the streets behind the Otsego District Library and suddenly stop, arrested by the sound of jazz.
MARTIN—The Clippers have had several outstanding athletes pass through their halls over the course of years, but this Martin athlete never set foot inside the school, because her sport was not offe
Think about spending time and money fixing up a car. Then think about taking that car and—intentionally, mind you—repeatedly ramming it into other cars while being rammed by still other cars.
To house his 45,000-volume library, Michigan historian Larry Massie rents the Federal Communication Commission’s monitoring station in Allegan.
City of Allegan parks crew leader Roy Ellis paints the historic 2nd Street Bridge on Thursday, Aug. 14, in anticipation of lighting that will be installed on the bridge in a few months.
A human jawbone was found washed up on the beach along Lake Michigan near West Side Park in Ganges Township.