Parade day during the Allegan County Fair just so happened to apparently coincide with “Flying ant day,” an informal term for the day on which queen ants emerge from the nest to begin their nuptial
Recently retired Paw Paw city manager Larry Nielsen was hired to start on or before Oct. 9 to serve as Wayland’s interim city manager.
As the new school year gets under way at Martin Public Schools, district officials officially announced plans to make the campus energy self-sufficient at a groundbreaking ceremony Friday, Sept.
GUN PLAIN TWP.—One person was killed and another was seriously injured Thursday, Sept. 14, when the disabled vehicle they were working on was struck by another car.
8:46 a.m. was the time the first plane hit the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
LEIGHTON TWP.—A man died after crashing while trying to flee an Allegan County Sheriff’s Office deputy.
The crash happened about 10:25 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13.
Otsego Township board members passed a resolution stating they don’t intend to opt into the State of Michigan’s medical marijuana system.
When someone in the community approached Otsego Public Schools last summer with a donation of $500,000, school administrators and board members began a process to make the best use of it.
State Rep. Mary Whiteford has invited residents to attend an informational meeting and conversation on the need for auto insurance reform with special guest state Rep.
Allegan County Suicide Prevention Coalition will be at the Allegan County Fair on Sunday, Sept. 10, to mark World Suicide Prevention Day.