Four people were injured in a two-car crash early Wednesday afternoon at a Chester Township intersection. Ambulances transported three of those people to local hospitals.
Crockery Township Fire Department hosts area's final Fire Prevention Week open house.
A 32-year-old Twin Lake man was in stable condition following a one-car rollover crash early Monday morning on I-96 near 112th Avenue.
A Grand Haven man was ordered Thursday to serve jail time and probation for a drunken driving crash on U.S. 31 this past August.
Gary Dreyer, 44, had been on administrative leave since Sept.19. He had been the Crockery Township fire chief for more than 13 years.
SPRING LAKE — A Spring Lake woman was hurt in a three-car crash Wednesday afternoon that also resulted in backing up M-104 traffic for nearly a mile.
Fire Prevention Week activities continue this week in northwest Ottawa County with open houses tonight in Ferrysburg, Tuesday in Grand Haven Township and Saturday in Grand Haven.
Two Grand Haven women suffered minor injuries in a crash shortly before 8:30 a.m. Monday at the intersection of Taylor Avenue and Ferry Street.
Officials were still on the scene, at around 7 p.m., of a large gas spill that occurred late Sunday afternoon at the Dockside EZ Mart, 123 Pine Street, in Ferrysburg.
Two people were injured during a crash at the intersection of Lake Michigan Drive and 120th Avenue on Thursday evening.
NUNICA — The Crockery Township fire chief put on administrative leave last month says he is fighting his dismissal from the rural Ottawa County fire department.
Two Grand Rapids residents were injured Monday morning when their wrong-way car crashed on an exposed lip of a bridge in a construction zone on I-196 in Ottawa County.
A five-week basic training course will begin Oct. 23 for residents interested in becoming part of Ottawa County’s Community Emergency Response Team.
“Every second counts: Plan two ways out” is the theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14.
The cause of the fire that destroyed a mobile home Tuesday afternoon is undetermined, according to Spring Lake Township Fire Chief Brian Sipe.