FRIDAY, June 22
A group of officers clad in lightweight dry suits worked off Grand Haven’s south pier in steady wind and rain on Tuesday.
THURSDAY, June 21
Name of organization: American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 28, Grand Haven
Port Sheldon Township resident Kevin McNutt was the winner of a Traeger grill in a Father’s Day “Deck Out Dad” promotion hosted by Rycenga Building Center and the Grand Haven Tribune.
SPRING LAKE — Having the fireworks back helped make this year’s Spring Lake Heritage Festival one of the best ever, according to festival committee president Steve Van Belkum.
The Bolt Park Market is in full swing with market nights held every Tuesday, from 4-8 p.m., on the east side of Grand Haven.
The Chamber of Commerce Grand Haven-Spring Lake-Ferrysburg, in conjunction with the five local units of government, will honor several area businesses at its Business Recognition Award Luncheon next week.
Here’s how one local father balances athletics, school and family time.
Approximately 4,900 households have signed up for Smart911 since the emergency information service became available to Ottawa County residents in March 2014.
Grand Haven resident Sue Metzler said she is proud that she’s a U.S. Army veteran with a strong love of her country. And that’s what the American flag represents to her: love of country and freedom.
The Grand Haven Area Community Foundation Board and the foundation’s Youth Advisory Council recently made six second-round grant awards totaling $382,958 to support the Northwest Ottawa County community.
Public works vehicles, a fire truck, ambulance, Harbor Transit trolley and a school bus were among the vehicles featured in the annual event used to kick off the summer reading program.
The Reimagine Project is a community initiative to build a play space for the Grand Haven area that meets the needs of a new generation of kids, created with accessibility, and built with the newest durable products.
Open house and ceremony to take place June 16 from 1-4 p.m.