GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Grand Haven High School students had a chance to participate in the political process Wednesday afternoon during a question-and-answer event featuring Grand Haven’s mayoral candidates.
Grand Haven voters will have a chance next week to hear from the candidates who’ll appear on the city ballot Nov. 7.
To help you head to the voting booth with confidence, we’re putting together a series of informational features on the candidates that will appear on the upcoming ballot.
Gary Dreyer, 44, had been on administrative leave since Sept.19. He had been the Crockery Township fire chief for more than 13 years.
A new four-year agreement has been put in place between Grand Haven Township and Manager Bill Cargo.
Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation last week.
The township has a better idea about what they’d like to see done first on parklands addressed in the recently-created Hofma Vision plan.
City Council isn't agreeing on much these days, but when it comes to their evaluation of City Manager Craig Bessinger, there's consensus – he's doing a great job.
The county’s fiscal year runs from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30.
A community open house is set for 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, at Grand Haven Memorial Airport.
Complaints against Ferrysburg City Council members voted down for second time.
More parking spaces are on the way for the the city’s Mulligan’s Hollow recreation area.
Mark your calendar for 3:30 p.m. Sept. 29, the last big event at the old Waterfront Stadium when the city plans to host a ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium.
Grand Haven City Council will be moving ahead with a deer cull later this fall.