HOLLAND TWP. — A 40-year-old West Olive woman was in stable condition at Holland Hospital following a crash early Sunday afternoon on Waverly at Chicago Drive.
GEORGETOWN TWP. — An 8-year-old Jenison boy died Sunday, a day after he nearly drowned in a swimming pool at an Ottawa County residence, according to Sgt. Cal Keuning of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department.
For the first time in 11 years, the Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids ordained a class of permanent deacons this past week.
WEST OLIVE — A deck that collapsed, sending a number of people to the hospital, is no more. Now, plans are underway to rebuild, but that won’t happen immediately.
How are local producers faring with this year's weather?
Several area parks and recreation projects received support from both the state House and Senate in votes to fund Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund projects.
ROBINSON TWP. — Bret Ankelen was a little concerned when he discovered what looked like a black widow spider in a watering can in his garden.
New map signs installed, new trail open at Kitchel-Lindquist-Hartger Dunes Preserve.
The Ottawa County Broadband Committee has partnered with Connected Nation’s Connected Community Engagement Program to come up with a plan to improve access to high-speed internet service.
POLKTON TWP. — A Muskegon woman was injured when her vehicle was struck by another car Tuesday evening on I-96 near Coopersville.
Tri-Cities Garden Club's 23rd annual Garden Walk takes place Saturday.
City Council voted 4-1 Monday to approve the deal. Councilman Dennis Scott cast the lone “no” vote.
PORT SHELDON TWP. — Eighty racers participated in the inaugural Father’s Day road race, Vuelta a Puerto Sheldon, hosted by the Seventh-day Church of God.
The City of Grand Haven has responded to feedback regarding a controversial decision to charge people to park in the City Beach lot by making some tweaks to the new policy.
A 21-year-old Hope College student charged with sexually assaulting a female student while she was unconscious will spend the next 120 days in jail.