Editor’s note: As this story continues to develop over the next several days, we will update it here.
Faced with another scenario for constructing Riverfront Restrooms, the Allegan City Council directed staff to move forward with a new location at the May 13 pre-session meeting.
A nearly $3 million state grant announced this week will begin the lengthy process of removing the Trowbridge Township dam.
A Saugatuck woman has been sentenced to jail, probation and community service for embezzling thousands of dollars from her former employer, Tower Marine in Douglas.
Allegan’s new airport terminal building will be celebrated with a ribbon cutting and open house on Thursday, May 30, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Election-night results from the May 7 polls held up and were officially certified May 8.
K & M Wayland Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram at 3611 N. Main St., is planning a move to Reno Drive in the near future.
State Rep. Mary Whiteford announced her May office hours for residents of the 80th district.
Otsego city commissioners voted to change their temporary sign ordinance on the advice of their lawyers.
New sidewalks leading to several local schools will likely be delayed until later this summer.