Big changes may be on the way for a swath of land along Robbins Road between 172nd Avenue and Whittaker Way.
The Grand Haven Township Board has given its stamp of approval to the community’s $12.8 million budget for fiscal year 2018.
Northwest Ottawa County communities are close to a new contract extension with the local hospital for ambulance services.
FERRYSBURG — Ferrysburg public works employees cleaned up large piles of leaves Tuesday morning on Thornapple Lane.
Councilmen Dennis Scott and Bob Monetza have both been re-elected to serve on City Council, besting challenger Andy Cawthon on Tuesday.
The voters of Grand Haven have spoken, and have re-elected Mayor Geri McCaleb to serve another two-year term.
Turnout was low and voting was slow, but steady as expected in the Grand Haven general election.
The 2018 Harbor Drive infrastructure reconstruction project has brought to light discussions about the future of the city’s downtown snowmelt system.
Voters were lined up at the door when the polls opened at 7 a.m. Monday at Ferrysburg City Hall.
Outgoing Mayor Dan Ruiter got a laugh from the gallery Monday night when he compared his last day at the helm of Ferrysburg’s City Council with his last days in school.
A look at the candidates, ballot proposals appearing the ballot this Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The ballot question has been a bit confusing, because, in the August primary elections, village voters defeated a proposal to amend the charter.
This story is part of a series of articles featuring local candidates appearing on the Nov. 7 ballot, and is designed to help you head to the voting booth with confidence.
Council has discussed the possibility of instead having seven council members elected, and then having council select the most qualified person among them to serve as president.
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.