This weekend, the play’s the thing!
Grand Haven beachgoers will have a new policy in place this summer when it comes to dogs at City Beach.
Here’s how Holland’s tulips will fare this year:
Gerald Lindquist and his late wife, Connie, and neighbor Harold Hartger together donated almost 60 acres of Grand Haven dune land to The Nature Conservancy in 1971 to keep it from getting developed.
Fourteen teams simmered their way through the 25th annual Chilly Blues chili cook-off Saturday, but when the pots were empty, S&M Chili took first place for the second year in a row.
MUSKEGON — Teens danced to the music of The Roaring Twenties during Fruitport High School’s Prom 2017 held Saturday night at the Watermark in Muskegon.
Organizers said that this year’s Earth Day events were the most successful ever.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The spring theater production at Grand Haven High School is unlike any story they’ve previously told.
The school’s theater program presents “The Addams Family,” a musical comedy, at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, April 27-28; and 2 p.m. Saturday, April 29, in the auditorium.
The festival runs from Friday through Sunday, featuring a mix of the area’s best blues bands and a chili cooking contest.
Ottawa County Parks celebrated the launch of its new parks foundation on Thursday evening, and in doing so announced its first major project — the construction of a suspension bridge at Grand Ravines Park.
Registration is open for the second Coast Guard Festival cardboard boat race planned for July 29.
Part of the Ottawa County Parks mission is to provide educational programs about the natural and cultural history of the county. The parks strive to do that for children all year-round, but especially in the summer months.
The rise in popularity of craft breweries has led to another emerging business — pedal-powered craft beer tours. And they may soon be seen in Grand Haven.
Literary genre: Local history