ALLEGAN—A bicyclist involved in a crash with a truck was reported to have only minor injuries. The incident happened on M-40, south of Allegan, Friday, Sept. 28, at 4:22 p.m.
This is the second of a two-part series on 1953’s “Year of the Big Stink”
After a third hearing on the pros and cons of allowing chickens to be raised in the city, Wayland’s city council directed the city manager to move forward with drafting a new ordinance to regulate
FENNVILLE—Food, local beer, wine and cider and some “burnin” fun will bring thousands of people to downtown Fennville for the 34th annual Goose Festival Oct. 12-14.
State Rep. Mary Whiteford invited local residents to join her for local office hours on Monday, Oct. 15, in Saugatuck, Fennville and Otsego.
The Secretary of State office in Allegan closed Sept. 24 and has temporarily relocated as part of a renovation and expansion project.
JML Real Estate, a company owned by Jim and Michelle Liggett of Allegan Event, are proposing to purchase the six parking spaces abutting the former Montage Market at 137 Brady St.
An Illinois man entered a plead to charges of arson and aggravated stalking in a pair of incidents in summer 2016 directed at a former girlfriend’s new boyfriend.
This is Part 1 of a two-part series marking the 65-year anniversary of a gruesome chapter in Allegan’s history.
Sept. 29—Oct. 6