Son of slain broker preaches safety to local Realtor group
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — People across Grand Haven Township reported a large explosion that shook floors and rattled windows late Sunday afternoon.
City Council on Monday night unanimously approved its goal statement for the upcoming year, a process which began back in November 2017.
Heather Ann Zarzecki apologized for breaking into a Port Sheldon Township woman’s home and taking some of her belongings.
SPRING LAKE — You will see many colorful scarves wrapped around the poles and trees along Spring Lake’s Savidge Street.
A 46-year-old West Olive man will spend 60 days in jail after being convicted by a jury of drunken driving for a December 2016 incident in Robinson Township.
Grand Haven City Council has approved an introductory resolution to change the zoning of a 1.5-acre property to accommodate new multi-family housing units near Jackson and Third streets.
Based on township estimates released earlier this month, it’s thought that the population has increased to about 17,208 residents, an increase of about 2,030 since the 2010 Census.
ALLENDALE TWP. — Two children were injured when their father’s car slid on icy roads through a stop sign at an Allendale-area intersection late Sunday afternoon.
The public is invited to attend “Soup & Service,” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the United Way office, 31 E. Clay Avenue, in Muskegon.
A $2 million gift from the Bill and Bea Idema Foundation to the county park system announced Friday is helping to shore up support for the long-planned Grand River Explorers Trail greenway project.
The orange cream bars and chocolate-coated vanilla bars shouldn’t be eaten.
SPRING LAKE — Kim VanKampen's redevelopment plans for downtown Spring Lake appear to be creating a symbiotic energy with other local development interests.
Developers hope to change the type of housing development they’re putting in on a 1.56-acre parcel along the east side of Third Street, just north of Jackson Street, in Grand Haven’s Old Town neighborhood.
One-by-one, they took turns adding such things as glue, baking soda, and contact solution and water to make slime during Spring Lake District Library’s Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead program Thursday afternoon.