Plans for two Saugatuck businesses to operate in the public right-of-way are on hold after city council decided Monday to take a more in-depth look into the issue.
It isn’t Saugatuck’s biggest building. But the American Legion’s Bruner Frehse Post 137 has stood almost 80 years at 248 Mason St., outliving many more than its current 30 members.
A Saugatuck couple lost their pet cat but were otherwise unhurt in a fire at their 3406 Elizabeth St. home Friday, May 13.
When your team wins nine of the 17 events at a track invitational, you’re generally going to have a pretty good chance at taking home first-place honors.
Talk about a good way to spend a Friday afternoon.
Saugatuck City officials are hoping for great beach weather so people can again get to a great beach by their cars.
Emma Harry had a game to remember in Saugatuck’s SAC crossover contest with Lawrence on Monday, April 18.
SAUGATUCK—Saugatuck junior Carsie Walker showed off his power at the plate during Saugatuck’s SAC crossover doubleheader with Lawrence on Monday, April 18.
The cities of Douglas and Saugatuck, joint founders and funders of the Kalamazoo Lake Harbor Authority, are going their own ways again in its operation.
Painter William Hogarth’s “A Rake’s Progress” has nothing on Saugatuck, whose city council Monday approved buying a tractor and surf rake for Oval Beach.