The Allegan City Planning Commission has scheduled a public hearing—the first of several—for Monday, March 18, at 6 p.m.
Owners of the former Allegan Metal Finishing Co. have so far refused to sign an access agreement for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Drama students at Allegan’s high and middle school are taking March as Reading Month to new levels—and the stage.
Allegan firefighters battled an attic fire at the Poelman residence at 123 Second Street next to the old iron bridge on Monday, Feb. 25. The fire was called in at 4 p.m.
A home health aide who admitted stealing drugs from an Allegan child who died has been sentenced to over six years in federal prison.
A South Haven man was sentenced to probation and no additional jail time for a shooting that was deemed accidental.
Cleanup crews will return to Otsego’s former Rock Tenn paper mill at 431 Helen St. this spring.
The City of Allegan will be selecting a realtor to sell the current city hall at 112 Locust St.
Allegan City Council authorized the removal of more than 70 trees in the city to secure sidewalks for the Safe Routes to School program and road construction of River Street.
Sneller Properties at 209 Hubbard St., Allegan, is the latest business to request a tax freeze by applying for an Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Act (OPRA) Certificate.