Editor’s note: This is the second part of two-part story. See last week’s issue for the first part.
A Plainwell man was shot and killed Saturday, Sept. 23, in Prairieville Township.
The Barry County Sheriff’s Office identified him as Brian Douglas Reed, 46.
The Family Fitness chain, which has a Plainwell location, has been sued by Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette’s office.
FENNVILLE—A familiar face was at the helm for the Fennville football team during its game with Kalamazoo United on Friday, Feb. 15.
A Plainwell man pleaded guilty to drug charges, which happened his wife called police on him.
A Zeeland man pleaded guilty to his third drunk driving offense in Allegan County Circuit Court.
Wayland City Council members approved a request by the Wayland Fire Department to exchange their 1999 Tahoe to Wayland Area Emergency Medical Services in exchange for First Responder Classes to any
An open house to collect thoughts on what the public would like see in downtown Allegan will be Thursday, Sept. 28, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Griswold Auditorium, 401 Hubbard St.
John Haluch of Martin won bragging rights and set a new Allegan County Fair record by bringing in a 918-pound pumpkin for competition this year.
Wayland’s interim city manager Larry Nielsen will start a week early on Oct. 2.
The announcement was made at the city council meeting Monday, Sept. 18, by council member Tracy Bivins.