Dorr Township Board adopted their 2017-2018 budget after a public hearing on March 23, which includes about a $1.1 million spending plan.
The Allegan City Council voted to submit a grant for $300,000 from the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund to help build a splash pad, handicapped accessible parking and driveway, fire pit and su
Allegan Farmers Market is relocating to Locust Street, closing it for foot traffic, adding downtown merchants to the mix and calling every Thursday from May through October, “Market on Locust.”
Allegan’s Wastewater Plant at the end of North Street will not restrict night time receiving hours for industrial waste after city council members perceived that the initial problem was taken care
As spring weather blossoms across the county, the Allegan Area Arts Council is readying for its annual artists’ market, Art in the Garden.
An event celebrating women will be Saturday, May 6, in Allegan.
WAYLAND—The Michigan State Police Wayland Post is pleased to announce a Citizens’ Academy, which will start April 13 and end June 1.
Hungry for Christ food distribution ministry is ready to unveil its newly remodeled facility with a pancake breakfast open house, fundraiser and ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, April 22, from
FENNVILLE—A teenager was injured early Wednesday, March 29, when he was hit by a car.
Police asked for help in locating a 75-year-old from Wyoming, Jose O. Sanchez, who has memory problems.