GUN PLAIN TWP.—A Delton man, John Pluymers, was killed in a single vehicle crash early Thursday, Sept. 20, on 106th Avenue near 4th Street, northeast of Plainwell.
The Wayland City Council will be seeking public input on whether to permit or ban chickens from being raised in city limits at a public forum set for Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m.
GRAND RAPIDS—Sixteen artists from Allegan County are presenting work in Grand Rapids’ 10th annual ArtPrize competition—the last before the event switches to an every-other-year schedule.
Health officials have confirmed an infection of Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) in an Allegan County resident.
MONTEREY TWP.—After responding to a breaking and entering in progress at a home on 28th Street north of 134th Avenue in Monterey Township, Allegan County Sheriff’s deputies found a female hiding in
Allegan’s St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church at 1764 34th Street is celebrating its sesquicentennial.
Everyone will get a chance to squawk some more over whether they think an urban chicken ordinance in the City of Wayland is a good idea.
State Rep. Mary Whiteford, of Casco Township, will host local office hours this month on Monday, Sept. 17.
After tornado sirens were activated twice in Wayland in anticipation of severe thunderstorms with high winds moving through Allegan County during the last week of August, Wayland City Council membe
A Grand Junction woman admitted to smashing into another woman’s car on purpose.