Dancers spun across the floor and the tunes of jazz filled the air at the Grand Haven Community Center on Saturday night.
The Grand Haven Musical Fountain Committee is looking to soon begin work on a campaign to raise the necessary funds to improve the fountain audio system.
The Tri-Cities Area Habitat for Humanity is partnering with the SpartanNash Foundation during its retail scan campaign to help build hope and affordable housing in West Michigan.
Cheers from the crowd helped power participants through the challenge of the Winterfest Bonfire Bash ice cream eating contest on Saturday.
The township has joined the effort to help build a new Imagination Station at the city’s Mulligan’s Hollow.
Jack's Restaurant took first place in Judge's Choice
A Grand Haven Township girl who discovered a way to put some of her worries to rest wants to spread that sense of peace to other children dealing with abuse.
Local caregivers distribute gift bags for elderly residents without visitors.
The toys are being packed and the boxes will soon be wrapped for the annual Crusade for Toys and American Legion Goodfellows program this year.
Save the Catwalk campaign reaches $1 million goal.
The city this week chipped in $15,000 to provide a jumpstart to the Reimagine Project’s $500,000 fundraising goal.
In the final stretch to wrap up fundraising for a new building in Grand Haven, The Salvation Army has introduced the campaign in hopes of raising the remaining $250,000 needed to reach their goal.
The list of wants and needs is now online for the 12 families being supported for the holiday season by West Michigan Shields of Hope.
A 22-year-old Fruitport man suffered critical injuries when he crashed while snowboarding on Monday.
The donations are turned over to the American Legion Post 28 Goodfellows, who work with The Salvation Army to help local families in need.