FENNVILLE—The status of the Pinnacle Foods Inc. plant in Fennville remains unclear ahead of the vote planned for shareholders Tuesday, Oct. 23.
Seven groups of performers will again compete in “The Lip Sync Battle,” a fundraiser for Wings of Hope Hospice and Wings Home in Allegan.
Police have arrested a 58-year-old man they believe was responsible for a break-in and burglary at the Star of Saugatuck in September.
The Sylvia’s Place Fall Festival fundraiser is fast approaching, the annual event that supports the county’s only women’s shelter.
A man accused of his shooting his stepfather, Robert “Mark” Hill of Casco Township, will be committed to the Michigan Forensic Center after entering a plea in Allegan County Circuit Court.
Substance abuse and obstructing justice are the two areas of crime that have seen the biggest increases for Allegan County.
ALLEGAN—A bicyclist involved in a crash with a truck was reported to have only minor injuries. The incident happened on M-40, south of Allegan, Friday, Sept. 28, at 4:22 p.m.
This is the second of a two-part series on 1953’s “Year of the Big Stink”
After a third hearing on the pros and cons of allowing chickens to be raised in the city, Wayland’s city council directed the city manager to move forward with drafting a new ordinance to regulate
FENNVILLE—Food, local beer, wine and cider and some “burnin” fun will bring thousands of people to downtown Fennville for the 34th annual Goose Festival Oct. 12-14.