Congratulations to Alex Wittkop of Allegan Public Schools and Kim Jones of Plainwell Community Schools on winning Allegan County News Athlete of the Month award for September!
The fourth Annual Arts and Eats—a back roads art, food and farm tour of Allegan and Barry counties—will be Saturday, Oct. 18, and Sunday, Oct. 19.
Crews from the City of Plainwell public works will be hydrant flushing beginning at 2 a.m. on Oct. 13, and will flush every fire hydrant in Plainwell through Oct 24.
The City of Wayland’s new planning and zoning administrator Brian Urquhart will be leaving to accept a full-time position with the Village of Middleville.
The Fennville city commissioners approved the property use agreement with the Allegan County Snowmobile Club with a license fee of $1 for the proposed trail and staging area.
Otsego received a bit of a distinctionMonday, Oct. 6 as a rare—and surprising—October hailstorm swept through and dumped a large amount of different white stuff.
For its variety show and celebration, the Allegan Heroes Celebration and Care Package Project is hosting auditions on Tuesday, Oct. 14, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Griswold Auditorium.
Otsego Main Street’s Fall Fest filled up the afternoon Sunday, Oct. 5, with many events along the riverfront.
Ransom District Library director Katie Bell Moore, has resigned effective Oct. 31.
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