A construction crew used a large excavator to knock down the more than century-old white house at 26 Howard Ave., a block off Harbor Drive near downtown Grand Haven.
The Grand Haven Area Community Foundation is being recognized by the city for its years of community dedication, a recognition that coincides with the 28th annual Community Foundation Week.
WEDNESDAY, November 1
CAMBRIDGE TOWNSHIP — The Irish Hills Towers in Michigan are one step closer to reopening as a tourist attraction and museum after several years of restoration work.
More than half a dozen Ferrysburg-area residents braved spurts of rain, wind and cool temperatures to wave signs at passing cars during a rally Saturday afternoon at Sunnyside Park.
Halloween is next Tuesday, but some of the spooky day’s fun has already begun. More takes place this weekend.
At its quarterly meeting in July, the 100 Men Who Give group voted to help the Save the Catwalk fund, contributing nearly $7,000 to the cause.
SALINE – It was 7:10 a.m. on Aug. 5 when Saline residents learned they were losing their local newspaper.
Big brother returns from Navy, surprises siblings at Lakeshore Middle School.
Shields of Hope spreading resources into Ottawa, Allegan and Muskegon counties.
SATURDAY, October 21
FRIDAY, October 20
The Grand Haven High School Student Senate and students from Peach Plains Elementary School presented the city with a $15,000 check on Monday night. It was the culmination of a variety of fundraising and awareness efforts from the 2016-17 school year.
THURSDAY, October 19
Crockery Township Fire Department hosts area's final Fire Prevention Week open house.