The more things change, the more they remain the same. Business turnover in resort towns is not unheard of.
Beating NorthPointe Christian—the state runner-up in Class C last season—would have been a difficult chore for the Saugatuck boys’ basketball team under the best of circumstances.
A 120-ton Saugatuck landmark is spending part of its 181st birthday year up on blocks.
John Kasich won the Republican presidential primary and Democrat David Gernant is the area’s new state representative, if Saugatuck-Douglas results March 8 are to be
Saugatuck’s Oval Beach parking lot will be closed to motor vehicles for four to five weeks starting in April while it undergoes $329,745 worth of reconstruction.
If, before the season, you’d have told Saugatuck girls’ basketball coach Kevin Tringali his team would win 18 games and make it to a Class C district title game, he would have taken it.
The Lansing State Journal has nominated Saugatuck-Douglas for its readers’ choice vote-off for “Michigan’s Best Small Town.” Voting starts Thursday, March 1
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has issued the City of Saugatuck a permit to expand its Coghlin Park dinghy dock, although not as extensively as one advocate has called for.
Preparation was the key word for the Saugatuck girls’ basketball team during its Monday, Feb. 29, Class C district opener with Black River.
The Saugatuck boys’ basketball team celebrated Senior Night prior to its game with Gobles on Friday, Feb. 26.
But it was a junior who stole the spotlight.