Transitioning into a new year, the Allegan City Council on Tuesday, Dec. 27, gave the oath of office to new city manager Joel Dye and new interim city clerk Danielle Bird.
The sun may have been shining, but it was definitely not a warm day for the third annual Ice Cold Splash for Cash fundraiser.
Allegan township officials are withholding approval on a plan to replace drainage tile along the Tobin Drain until alternatives can be priced out.
Meijer in Plainwell fired employees who failed to adhere to a strict confidentiality policy after sharing a couple’s photo card announcing their pregnancy.
SALEM TWP.—Right to Life of North Allegan County has organized a benefit concert Tuesday, Jan. 17, in remembrance of the 44th anniversary of the Roe v Wade Supreme Court decision.
The year 2016 was a tumultuous one in the city and county of Allegan with heads rolling, retiring and leaving plenty of new and some familiar faces leading the way into 2017.
A house fire in Hopkins Township was allowed to burn after a joint decision by the homeowners and the fire department.
Following a few years of turnover at the head spot at Allegan County United Way, its board of directors has decided to partner with Ottawa County’s agency.
After 40 years as Allegan County Clerk and Register, Joyce Watts is retiring Thursday, Dec. 29, with the title of the longest-serving elected county clerk in the state.
(Corrected) This year has been quite the journey for 1963 Allegan High School graduate Sylvester Boyd Jr.