Seats were filled by residents of Marlo Lane and Geneva Drive at the Wayland City Council meeting Tuesday, Jan. 22.
The City of Allegan unanimously voted to adopt an opt-out ordinance prohibiting marijuana establishments from opening in the city, at least temporarily, while directing the planning commission to s
The City of Allegan has prioritized establishing funding to replace the decking on the historic one-lane Second Street bridge, which comes with a price tag of $813,039.
The state issued a Wireless Emergency Alert, broadcasting an urgent message late Wednesday to cellphones calling for utility customers across Michigan to lower their heat to 65 or less
A 25 year old woman from Benton Harbor was killed in a multi-vehicle crash on Sunday, Jan. 27, at around 6:30 p.m. on M-89 at 2nd Street in Gun Plain Township.
LANSING—State offices including Secretary of State branches across Michigan’s Lower Peninsula closed at 10 a.m. due to “emergency snow conditions,” according to a press release.
Allegan City Police Chief Rick Hoyer is retiring, effective April 12, after 41 years of service on the City of Allegan police department.
Thirteen Allegan County Area Technical and Education students traveling in five vehicles survived a horrendous accident on Tuesday, Jan.
Not only was Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 21, a holiday: it was a “snow day” for students in more than 100 schools throughout west Michigan as temperatures dipped well below zero.
Martin Public Schools may end up going further than its recent solar array to reduce its power bills.