As part of teaching his students how to repair cars in a realistic workplace, Greg Sagodic knows he needs to give them, well, real repairs to complete.
Bravo Community Reformed Church members and volunteers have been working since November to expand the Sonshine Thrift Store at 5587 113th Ave., Fennville.
A large crowd gathered for the Michigan Milestone Award dedication ceremony to kick off the City of Plainwell’s sesquicentennial year, from 1869 to 2019. The ceremony was Wednesday, Jan.
Otsego planning commissioners will consider a request from a developer to rezone the former Harding’s Market building at their next meeting.
It took police more than one attempt to get a 23-year-old man to stop going the wrong way on I-196.
Renovations for the new city hall at 231 Trowbridge St. are not going as planned. Bids came in nearly 20 percent above the highest estimate for the project.
A 32-year-old woman from Otsego was found deceased outside an Otsego church on Monday, Jan. 14.
The City of Wayland will be hosting a public meet and greet reception for new police chief candidates on Monday, Jan. 14, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Jayda Gale Distillery, 152 S. Main St.
Except for a trace amount in one well, the latest round of residential well tests around Otsego showed neither dioxin nor PFAS contamination.
The idea of a “fight club” at Fennville High School is overblown, according to superintendent Jim Greydanus.