For the second year in a row, Jaime Oppenlander has been nominated for the LifeChanger of the Year award, sponsored by the National Life Group insurance company.
Fluctuating temperatures, melting snow and heavy rains are beginning to take their toll on area roads in the form of potholes.
River predicted to rise 3 feet above flood level in Robinson Township by Sunday.
The towns together made the list in Expedia Viewfinder’s second annual feature, released Feb. 12.
Loutit District Library officials say they’ve been able to refinance bonds associated with the expansion and renovation of the library more than 10 years ago, which will result in savings to local taxpayers.
Town hall meeting Monday night focuses on sexual harassment, abuse.
The planned redevelopment of a 7-acre parcel along Robbins Road, just east of Whittaker Way and west of 172nd Avenue, will now head to the Township Board for consideration.
An exercise program started 30 years ago in Spring Lake is still going strong despite the hospital that originally coordinated the classes bowing out many years ago.
Everything from paddle boats to multi-motored power boats was on display over the weekend at the Grand Rapids Boat Show held at DeVos Place.
The National Weather Service in Grand Rapids says heavy rain and snow melt are causing the river to rise. It may exceed the flood stage at Robinson Township by Thursday evening.
Emergency crews responded to Mulligan’s Hollow on Sunday for the second time over the weekend to help an injured snowboarder.
When the ring went missing, it was unusual.
midst budget cuts from Ottawa County Community Mental Health, a 2017 annual report revealed what most already knew.
The 9-inch tray is recyclable and made at Universal Products in Rockford.
Fueling the recommendation are high costs associated with keeping the plant operational due to needed maintenance, and technological and mechanical upgrades. These costs are projected to range from $15 million to $30 million.