Grand Haven woman's journey to see gorillas leads to ongoing commitment to African community and schools.
GHHS grad's Iditarod adventure begins today
The Professional Bull Riders' Velocity Tour invaded Van Andel Arena on Saturday, Feb. 11.
Lyndsey Smeyers readily admitted that her heart was pounding as she climbed atop a small sled and sat poised to rocket down the 700-foot-long luge track at the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex Friday afternoon.
Every year I am up early preparing for the early morning gift giving. I want to be ready to capture the many wonderful memories that would soon unfold.
Christmas is just around the corner, and with it comes the memories of ripping the wrapping paper off those coveted Christmas gifts.
Sailors vie for bragging rights in West Michigan championship regatta through Saturday.
Bright colors and patterns on quilts are on display during the 22nd annual Lighthouse Quilt Guild’s show.
Walking through the parks and along the waterfront of Coast Guard City, USA and you may notice a relatively new phenomena — people of all ages suspended and swinging in the air.
FERRYSBURG — Forty-three years and three daughters after they moved into their Ridge Street home, Charlie and Carol Dewitt have the yard of their dreams.
Coast Guard Petty Officer Dustin McClelland said the Coast Guard Station Grand Haven is fortunate in that it doesn’t have many situations where a life jacket is the difference between life or death.
The Lakeshore Pickleball Club has sequestered its title as a “mecca” for local pickleballers.
The Lakeshore Pickleball Club has served up a plan to the city, asking that one — or both — of the tennis courts at Mulligan's Hollow be converted to pickleball courts.
In Grand Haven’s commercial fishing heyday, there were probably a couple dozen fishing boats based in the Tri-Cities area.
Temperatures are expected to stay above normal this week, but rain might rule out Bill Pushaw’s chance to fly again until at least Friday.