The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Allegan hosted its annual “Haircuts & Hot Dogs” event Monday, Aug. 14.
With a proposal by JML Real Estate to make the old Rockwell site on North Street an “Allegan Air” indoor and outdoor event center, the city manager is proposing the city do what they can to keep th
A business boom of more than $2.6 million in investments is coming to downtown Allegan.
After MDOT restriped Marshall Street as they usually do, it left several residents grumbling over what happened to the road diet and repaving project that was to occur in that stretch this summer.
A Wayland man was killed Sunday, Aug. 13, after police said he caused a crash by driving north in the southbound lanes of US-131, injuring a Plainwell man.
The deadline for a crowdfunding campaign to build a dog park Plainwell’s Thurl Cook Park is approaching.
Otsego city commissioners confirmed a local business could expand to a property next door.
Otsego city commissioners reluctantly accepted city manager Thad Beard’s resignation Monday, Aug. 7.
“I’ll reluctantly make that motion,” Commissioner Tom Gilmer said.
The United Methodist Church of Otsego is celebrating its 175th anniversary and the public is invited to join them for a celebration to the past and future on Sunday, Aug. 13, at 1 p.m.
Dr. Ken Kratzer opened his family practice in Fennville in the summer of 1972. Aside from approximately 18 months, he ran it until a few weeks before he died in March.