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.
Wayland City Council members unanimously approved an unchanged millage rate of 16.3673 mills and a spending plan of a little more than $5 million for its 2014-2015 budget during the June 16 council
After years of spending the fund balance down to dangerous levels, Hopkins Public Schools hopes to continue raising the balance with the 2014-15 general fund budget the board approved on Monday, Ju
Plainwell community-wide yard sales are taking place this weekend, June 2- through June 22.
Some sales begin tomorrow, Friday, June 20th.
Perhaps in a bid to poke fun at a recent township ruling, Allegan Township resident Gary Clark says the latest display in his yard is “lawn art.”