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.
The Grand Haven Planning Commission recently considered a request from Noto’s Old World Dining for a zoning change for the property from Waterfront District to Planned Development District, along with approval of a preliminary development plan for an expansion of the former Bil-Mar restaurant.
While shoveling snow after a winter storm can seem like a daunting task, there are some ways to shovel that end up making cleanup easier for everyone in the long run.
The donation, Grand Haven Township Supervisor Mark Reenders said, would be contingent upon a development plan coming together that emphasizes sports fields and active recreation.
The park will be closed Thursday, Jan. 11, due to unusually warm weather.
There are two remaining phases in the Lincoln Pines planned unit development, and developers plan on converting a portion of each phase to condominiums rather than single-family homes.
Township officials say a water main break on 172nd Avenue, south of Hayes Street, will result in the road being temporarily closed while repairs are made.
Those driving by Grand Haven’s waterfront Tuesday morning were greeted by a spectacular site.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Township Board members are waiting on information from legal staff before moving forward with a vote on a planned e-commerce exchange zone at the Township Hall.
The township recently hired Wildlife Management Concepts to complete a forestry plan for the property at an estimated cost of about $1,150.