With the snow melted and warmer weather knocking on the door, the City of Allegan has some new and returning events to look forward to this spring and summer.
The man who admitted killing former Allegan bed-and-breakfast owner Marcia Neigebauer in November 2017 continues to await evaluation according to Washtenaw County court records.
The city of Allegan will be working exclusively with developer CL Real Estate over the next nine months to create a mutually beneficial plan to develop the vacant 101 Brady St. lot.
An aging section of roof atop Dawson Elementary School will be replaced soon, the first of a series of projects paid for through the district’s new “sinking fund.”
A request for proposals from qualified realtors to market and sell the iconic Allegan City Hall was approved at the city council meeting Monday, March 11.
The Safe Routes to School project will not, as previously supposed, require Allegan township and city to front the cost of the sidewalk work.
As abuse of Allegan Township’s recycling bins continues to rack up extra costs, officials there hope a newly increased grant fund will help fund improvements.
State Representative Steve Johnson invites residents of the 72nd House District to join him during local office hours Monday, March 18, at Big Boy, 1180 W.
As it turns out, last year was not the last hurrah for the Cabaret Band Show in Allegan.
The 34th show will be March 15-16 and 22-23 at Griswold Auditorium.
Anticipating the completion of renovations at Allegan District Library, the library will be closed March 25 through April 6 to reorganize the new addition as well as the renovated portion.