An open house to collect thoughts on what the public would like see in downtown Allegan will be Thursday, Sept. 28, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Griswold Auditorium, 401 Hubbard St.
John Haluch of Martin won bragging rights and set a new Allegan County Fair record by bringing in a 918-pound pumpkin for competition this year.
Wayland’s interim city manager Larry Nielsen will start a week early on Oct. 2.
The announcement was made at the city council meeting Monday, Sept. 18, by council member Tracy Bivins.
An Allegan County judge dismissed several motions made by the attorney for Stephen E. Podewell, the former Otsego school board member charged with stalking his former wife.
Last week, the Allegan County Area Technical and Education Center celebrated the completion of its 12,000-square-foot, $3.2 million expansion.
Otsego city commissioners decided the second time was the charm for Jim Misner and appointed him to fill an open seat the second time he’d applied.
A Plainwell man pleaded guilty to drug charges, which happened because his wife called police on him.
The Fennville branch of Chemical Bank has notified the City of Fennville it will be closing by Dec. 15.
Plainwell city council members approved another step toward bringing Sweetwater’s Donut Mill to the city.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s time-critical cleanup of PCB-contamination in the Kalamazoo River took an unexpected side branch recently as work started to involve Pine Creek.