Like the Jeffersons of the late 70s sitcom, The Allegan County News is movin’ on up—upstairs, that is.
Wayland Union Schools will be putting another bond project to a public vote, though it will be much smaller than the one voters rejected May 2.
Developers considering Allegan may have a new option for tax abatements as the city retools its economic development efforts.
A site plan for the development of a Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters union hall and apprenticeship training facility was unanimously approved by the Wayland Planning Commission meeting on T
DORR TWP.—State Representative Steve Johnson invites residents of the 72nd House District to join him during local office hours.
Bringing ancestors back to life to share some of the area’s unique history, The Oakwood Cemetery Living History Tour will celebrate its fifth season on Friday, June 2, and Saturday, June 3.
Josh Kinning was recently selected to join the Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps In-Service Procurement Program.
Marshall Street has landed on the Michigan Department of Transportation’s critical road repair list for repaving this summer, according to Allegan city manager Joel Dye.
Allegan County Sheriff Frank Baker knows there are too few deputies on patrol and handling investigations.
Allegan City Council is considering adopting a little more than a $5.5 million general fund budget for fiscal year 2018. A public hearing May 8 produced no comments from the public.