A Michigan Supreme Court decision issued June 18 means courts cannot charge defendants court costs after convictions.
Greg Quintero, a sales representative with Philips, displays for Allegan City Council members an example of the lights they later approved for the 2nd Street Bridge.
New Hope Health, Country Way Natural Foods and now R.W. Eats—the names of Allegan Street health and wellness stores keep changing.
Otsego Public Schools plans to use a grant and a donation from a local business to begin a Lego lab for elementary students and tech challenge team at the middle school level.
“Once Upon A Cure” will be the theme of this year’s Relay for Life of Allegan County Lakeshore at Fennville High School’s football field starting Saturday, June 28, at 10 a.m.
BRADLEY—Money the Gun Lake Tribe has shared with the state and with local governments has now topped $50 million.
Plainwell City Hall is up and running in its new location in a section of the old paper mill.
Plainwell school board members have decided not to pursue a grant opportunity to bring a full-time police officer back to the schools.
According to the Michigan Department of Transportation, there will be a single-lane closure for bridge repairs on northbound I-196 over the Kalamazoo River, between mile markers 38 and 39, in Sauga
From live alligators and Japanese drums, to homemade rockets and makeshift automatons, local libraries have kicked off their summer reading programs.