After experiencing such an awesome turnout at the Martin library for its “Spring Break Fun Day” Saturday, I was inspired to recognize how libraries in our county are buzzing with activities these d
PLAINWELL—With their first several matches having been canceled due to the weather, Plainwell girls' soccer coach David Groves and his players were chomping at the bit to get out on the field.
I’m not a dog person, so I didn’t until recently know much about pit bulls except what I feel like I most commonly hear about them: they don’t deserve their violent reputation.
No matter what the weather is outside, Saturday, April 12, will be sunny and warm inside Griswold Auditorium with the sixth annual Art in the Garden artists’ market from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
If you missed the Cabaret Band Show this year, you missed a good one.
My wife and I made it to opening night, and it was a blast.
Alma June Wedge, 83, peacefully passed early in the morning of April 2, 2014, while resting at the Wings Home in Allegan.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has approved Singapore Dunes LLC’s request to build a road across its 310 acres in Saugatuck Towns
Pumpernickels Eatery owner Larry Botz has been chosen Saugatuck’s 2014 Tony Vettori Citizen of the Year.
The weather outside certainly was frightful this winter and it carried over into the early part of spring, making it nearly impossible for high school sports teams to get out for pract