Like the hitching posts that once lined Maple Street in Fennville, the city’s only traffic light also became functionally obsolete.
Wayland Union Schools transportation and maintenance supervisor resigned and a bus driver was dismissed according to a press release by superintendent Norman Taylor.
David Lee Oisten, 74, of Allegan, passed away Thursday, April 24, 2014, at his home. He was born Dec. 1, 1939, in Okmulgee, Okla., the son of Charles and Minnie Pearl (Jenkins) Oisten.
In 1981, Simon and Garfunkel reunited after a 10-year split at the request of New York City Mayor Ed Koch who asked them to play a concert in Central Park as a benefit to keep the park open.
Wings of Hope Hospice executive director Theresa Lynn has been named the winner of the 2014 Educator of the Year Award by the Hospice & Palliative Care Association of Michigan.
The Fennville District 911 Ambulance board voted 3-2 at a special meeting April 17 to extend its contract with American Medical Response of West Michigan for one year whil
It was a tale of two games for Saugatuck during its softball season-opening twinbill with Lawton on Thursday, April 17.
If Saugatuck freshman Blake Dunn was at all nervous about making his varsity baseball debut, then he sure hid it well.
Despite a spectacular diving catch in left field by Blake DeWitt to start the game, the Hawkeyes of Hamilton ended up dropping a 12-5 OK Green Conference home baseball verdict to Byron Center on Th
The players at the bottom of a batting order are generally regarded as the weaker hitters on a team.
Someone must have forgotten to share that information with Plainwell’s Sophie Monroe.