The Grand Haven and Spring Lake girls tennis teams had strong showings on Saturday, while the Spring Lake boys lax team picked up their first win of the season on the road.
William Mastenbrook Jr., 92, of North Muskegon died Sunday, March 26, 2017.
Dr. James F. Sall, age 83 of Grand Haven passed away Saturday, March 25, 2017.
TUESDAY, March 28
SPRING LAKE VILLAGE — Firefighters responding to an alarm at a residence on the corner of Liberty and Buchanan Street discovered a faulty smoke detector in the attic, according to Spring Lake Fire Capt. Scott Smith.
MUSKEGON — For more than three decades, members of the Muskegon Railroad Historical Society have been adding to their collection on the second floor of a building on West Western Avenue.
These days, the average consumer needs to budget for a variety of tech-related expenses — from data plans to cable bills. These monthly expenses quickly add up.
The online world is a scary place — viruses and malware that steal information make their way onto computers, and hackers hijack devices and demand a ransom to get back stored information.
HOLLAND — Hope College will mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation with multiple presentations in the spring and fall that will explore ways that the Reformation has shaped the world throughout history as well as its significance for Holland.
BALTIMORE — Cardinal William Henry Keeler, the longtime leader of the Archdiocese of Baltimore whose influence in the Catholic Church spanned international borders over nearly six decades, died Thursday.
More rain today.
Today’s two Elite 8 match-ups will feature well-known adversaries.
LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder and state lawmakers are looking to combat Michigan's growing opioid epidemic by educating people on the dangers of abuse and finding ways to track prescription drugs more easily.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — Emergency crews canceled their search for a possible missing person about an hour after a person was reported in trouble in Lake Michigan Saturday afternoon.
LANSING — The Republican-led Michigan Senate voted along party lines Thursday to repeal a law that makes it a misdemeanor for gun sellers to not keep a registry of their gun sales.