POLKTON TWP. — The cause of a fire that destroyed two turkey barns outside of Coopersville is unknown.
After a long, unusually warm stretch of weather, winter is poised to return to West Michigan.
Able-bodied food aid recipients in Ottawa County are among those who will no longer be exempt from federal work rules as of Jan. 1.
The Coopersville & Marne Railway’s annual Christmas-themed train runs every Saturday and Sunday until Christmas.
Readers would be surprised to learn that: I've been on the school board for Spring Lake Public Schools for the past 10 years and have served as president the past four years.
Finding the right Christmas tree is an important event — the tree must fit your lifestyle and your personal taste.
For many, Christmas isn't complete without a tree. But if you're choosing a live one, it's time to branch out your tree care knowledge.
Here’s what’s making news across Michigan today:
With more than 365 days worth of car and truck traffic — and two additional days of pedestrian traffic thanks to the M23.1K run — Michigan Department of Transportation officials have been able to get some sense of how M-231 has fared in its infancy.
Today: A chance of flurries before 11 am, then a chance of sprinkles and flurries. Cloudy, with a high near 39. West-northwest wind around 9 mph.
The Grand Haven girls hoops team opened its season on a 14-0 run and never looked back in a blowout road win on Friday night.
An interception with 51 seconds left in the game helped the Western Michigan Broncos football team capture the MAC Conference title on Friday night at Ford Field
The Fruitport Calvary Christian girls basketball team notched a hard-fought road win over Muskegon Heights Academy on Friday night
The WMC girls basketball team begins their season with tough defense and domination of the glass
James C. Snyder, 66, of Grand Haven died Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016.