“It’s all about giving back,” said David Sbraccia, an Owens Corning representative. “We always want to give back and this is the best way to do it.”
When Matt Garbarino crossed a fittingly blue finish line at the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office Protector Monument in West Olive on Thursday, several families of fallen law enforcement officers were there to greet him.
More than 100 runners raced around Harbor Island and Grand Haven on Saturday, helping raise funds for the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety’s Teaching, Educating and Mentoring program (formerly known as D.A.R.E.)
The cost to attend the event is $10.
The results of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2326 14th Annual Rib Fest are in.
All proceeds from Thursday’s tournament are dedicated to support pediatric care. The event was founded by Earl O’Brien and is hosted by the Tri-Cities Kiwanis Club.
Holly Johnson has accepted the position of president at the Frey Foundation in Grand Rapids.
The redevelopment of a Robbins Road property caused several businesses to scramble for a new location, including a thrift store that helps fund part of the tuition for Grand Haven Christian School students.
Four young men who met while working as kayak guides in the Upper Peninsula plan to paddle around Lake Superior this summer to bring awareness and work for protection of the Great Lakes.
Registration is open for the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety’s Resistance Run, planned for Saturday, June 2, on Harbor Island.
David Ten Cate, chairman of the Love in Action Board of Directors, said Michael Stowell resigned May 7. He did provide a reason for the resignation.
Grand Haven High School’s Student Senate is hosting its seventh annual 5K Color Run to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
The capital campaign is an ongoing fundraising effort to invest significant resources in a newly renovated and expanded community center for The Salvation Army.
After the tragic loss of 30 animals during the Muskegon Kennel Fire in March, the Spring Lake boys lacrosse program will be putting on a fundraiser to help a local animal shelter.
A rainbow on Friday night and blue skies on Saturday greeted runners in the 9th annual Katty Shack 5k run and 1-mile walk held in Grand Haven.