Plainwell residents have reported calls from individuals claiming to be with Consumers Energy claiming they owe money and will have their power shut off if they do not pay immediately.
Unsatisfied with only about 1 percent of Dorr Township’s population returning input on what to do with $200,000 earmarked for parks development, a survey will tentatively be sent out in 3,500 winte
A year after the groundbreaking ceremony, the Gun Lake Tribe’s government complex is on schedule to be occupied by the beginning of June.
For the past weeks many West Michigan residents have been receiving phone calls, claiming to be from the IRS, advising them that there is a problem with their federal income tax return.
The first visible signs of the redevelopment of Allegan’s riverfront plaza are in place.
Qualifying for the state finals is nothing new for the Otsego girls’ cross country team, having done so seven of the past 10 years.
If the Saugatuck boys’ cross country team was going to repeat as Division 4 state champs, then it would have to do it without its top runner, senior Jacob Pettinga.
Last winter I thought someone should pinch me because I had to be dreaming.
You know how the song goes: One day the Wayland Union High School theater program was out shootin’ at some food and suddenly students find themselves performing the play “The Beverly Hillbillies.”
Part of being a proud American is paying respect on Veterans Day to those who served in the armed forces. Another part is showing thanks for their service year round.