Grand Haven public works officials say there’s no shortage of work that could be included in the next round of street resurfacing projects for the city’s fiscal year 2018-19 budget cycle.
The project will include adding a nearly 5,800-square-foot addition on the existing building at 310 N. DeSpelder St. in Grand Haven.
Police are looking for help identifying the owner and occupants of a Chevrolet Suburban who pulled into a parking area at Sluka Field and dumped a large quantity of construction debris into a dumpster on Memorial Day.
Grand Haven’s leaders continue to weigh possible increases to the city’s water and sewer rates.
The first clues that something big was happening were the guns.
For the first time in his fishing career, Tony Salerno, the president of the Grand Haven Offshore Challenge salmon fishing tournament, won the tournament at his home port on Sunday.
Sy Ellens always wanted to be an artist, and he made it happen, step by step, and with a lot of work and patience.
The developers have proposed a 26-condominium development comprised of 13 buildings along 152nd Avenue, just south of Groesbeck Street.
The two entries were among five finalists that received votes on Facebook last week. More than 200 entries were entered into the challenge.
PORT SHELDON TWP. — Two women were injured in a rollover crash late Friday evening on U.S. 31 near Stanton Street.
Grand Armory and Odd Side Ales both use local hops in some of their selections.
The Grand Haven Board of Light & Power says it will be placing the Sims power plant back online today after a planned three-month spring maintenance shutdown.
FERRYSBURG — Firefighters believe an extension cord powering a boat lift shorted out, causing the boat lift on Spring Lake to catch on fire Friday morning.
Wind gusts were clocked at more than 120 mph in the early morning hours of Sunday, May 31, 1998, when a storm rolled across Lake Michigan and slammed into the Lakeshore.
It’s expected that the expansion project will generate a total capital investment of $5.3 million and create 72 jobs; the company will contribute the $850,000 in MSF funds to upgrade the capacity of the Grand Haven/Spring Lake Sewer Authority.