LEE TWP.—Road work will close 104th Avenue from 48th Street to approximately 1,000 feet west of 50th Street starting Monday, March 6.
Ransom Library will celebrate 20 straight years of sneetches, Cats in Hats, Things 1 and 2, the Lorax and more as it invites everyone to enjoy the 20th annual Dr.
At Otsego Public Schools, marking the 100th day of school is a big deal in the early grades.
Plainwell may soon again have a hardware store downtown, as Ace Hardware looks to open a franchise in the former Harding’s Friendly Market building.
WAYLAND—The public is invited to meet with local police representatives Friday, March 3, at Biggby Coffee in Wayland.
Wayland Union Schools is hosting a bond proposal information night for district voters to learn more about the upcoming May 2 ballot proposals.
The City of Otsego believes in try, try again as it tries to redevelop the CoGen property on Helen Avenue.
A Gun Plain Township man accused of a series of violent crimes across Kalamazoo has been ordered to be evaluated for his competency to stand trial.
Parent and sheriff deputy Brian Augustine spoke out at the Monday, Feb.
The Allegan County News is offering some sweet incentives if you tell people about our subscription sweepstakes and our paper.