Local American Legion members’ 16-month effort to change zoning for their 79-year lodge at 248 Mason Street ended — maybe — June 16 when the Saugatuck city planning commission changed its definitio
After surrendering four runs to Decatur in the top of the first inning during a Division 4 regional baseball semifinal on Saturday, June 11, Saugatuck came back with a run of their own in the
Saugatuck’s seasonal noise complaints vs. tourist town economics debate was sounded again during Monday’s city council meeting.
During his seven-year career as a softball coach at Saugatuck, Matt Diaz has experienced some tough losses.
It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better for Saugatuck starting pitchers Carsie Walker and Trevor Westenbroek during Division 4 district baseball action on Saturday, June 4.
Sometimes things just don’t go your way.
According to the 1977 song by Meatloaf, “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad.”
Three out of four is even better, however.
Rising water levels are chipping away at the shoreline of Oval Beach and have prompted a local developer to remove parts of a controversial fence on the south side of the Lake Michigan beach.
The engineers went up and down every street in Saugatuck looking at what the roads could be like in 10 years.
The cost of the parking lot makeover at one of the top 25 beaches in the world came in about 2 percent under budget.