Local veterans Bob Wolniakowski, 88, and George Schippers, 85, of Grand Haven are among those who are taking part in today's Talons Out Honor Flight to Washington, D.C.
Al Johnson, a 94-year-old World War II veteran, said it’s hard for people to remember something that never existed from the perspective of the general public.
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum will host the third in a series of lectures on the history of World War I: “World War I on the Periphery: Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.”
FERRYSBURG — A Coast Guard official said the ‘rescue’ of an unmanned, adrift boat on Spring Lake Sunday afternoon is the perfect example of why people should put a contact name and telephone number on small boats.
Soo Locks scheduled to open Sunday.
Coast Guard Festival Director Mike Smith said details and dates of the ship’s visit are still being finalized.
Pending confirmation, Vice Adm. Karl Schultz is expected to relieve Adm. Paul F. Zukunft in a change-of-command ceremony scheduled for June 1.
The helicopter-shaped sculpture will sit in the center of a circular brick paver pad and honor the military branch's personnel.
Adm. Paul Zukunft, commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, delivered the State of the Coast Guard address Thursday at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
Police conduct ice-rescue training on slushy waters of Lake Michigan.
Tri-Cities Historical Museum exhibit features Red Arrow Division, programs
Sector Detroit's Command Center coordinated with U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Detroit, Monroe County Sheriff's Department and other local rescue responders to save five fishermen from Lake Erie after they were stranded on an ice floe Friday.
The toys are being packed and the boxes will soon be wrapped for the annual Crusade for Toys and American Legion Goodfellows program this year.
A social media request helped attract people to the service for Gordon Hale, a World War II veteran. He died Nov. 10 and was laid to rest at Lake Forest Cemetery on Thursday afternoon.
Nursing home staff, veterans, and community members from near and far gathered Thursday afternoon to honor the late Gordon Hale at his funeral at Lake Forest Cemetery. Sanctuary at the Shore staff served as Hale's family for the past 14 years, as he