A Few Friends for the Environment of the World (AFFEW) is asking for community participation with two environmental clean-up projects taking place in and around Ludington.

Ludrock President Ed Santarelli announced Monday morning that the organization’s signature event will not be taking place this summer.

Monday is Memorial Day, and though the traditional Ludington service and parade have been canceled due to COVID-19, there are still ways people in Mason County can remember and celebrate departed members of the military.

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The Ludington girls soccer team will host a Facebook watch party on Wednesday to honor it’s six seniors from this spring’s lost season.

Seeding changes at the regional level for hockey as well as adjustments to provide byes for top-seeded teams in basketball and soccer were among the most notable actions taken by the Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association during its annual spring meeting.

With a long list of events for the summer already canceled, the Ludington Lakestride is finding ways to keep the event going for those already signed up.

Ludington senior Evan McKinley signed a national letter of intent over the weekend to play golf collegiately at Calvin University in the fall.

A Ludington man was arraigned Sunday on a felony count of criminal sexual conduct first degree and delivery of a controlled substance to a minor following an arrest Friday.

A Branch man was arraigned over the weekend on a charge of criminal sexual conduct first degree following an investigation by the Mason County Sheriff’s Office.

The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that a Ludington man’s 2015 jury trial conviction for five counts of criminal sexual conduct will stand.

A pursuit by area law enforcement officers, which began in Mason County and concluded in Lake County, ended with the arrest of a 39-year Ludington woman, according to a press release from the Mason County Sheriff’s Office.