In the weeks following the release of “No One Fights Alone: A Short Film,” Plainwell-based nonprofit DC Strong continues working to become a national presence.
After purchasing the Lynx Golf Course last summer, Jim Szilagyi immediately began brainstorming ways to reach out to the surrounding communities.
Otsego District Public Library will be going "Bananas about Books" during its 170th birthday celebration Saturday, May 3, from 12 to 2 p.m. at 401 Dix St, Otsego.
Child and booster seat installations and inspections will be provided as a criminal justice community service Thursday, May 1, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Plainwell Community Schools is proud to announce that Nancy J. Schiffer, Class of 1968, has been given the honor of the 2014 Outstanding Alumni Award.
Among Allegan County’s missing people, Kathy Sue Wilcox—last seen in Otsego in 1972—has been gone the longest.
A new elective class that started in January at Martin Public Schools has already changed the course of some students’ lives while helping autistic children to socialize in public.
Otsego’s Destination Imagination team is headed on another trip to the Global Finals on May 20-24 at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Burnips Weselyan Church hosted Easter Fest for the community on Saturday, April 19, at the Salem Township Park
The Allegan Jaycees hosted the Easter Extravaganza over Easter weekend.