The Ottawa County Road Commission announced that 148th Avenue north of M-104 in Spring Lake Township will be closed for resurfacing starting Wednesday, April 26.
Harbor Transit’s Harbor Trolley Service LLC has nearly a year’s worth of rides under its belt, giving leadership a chance to reflect on the new service and set sights on the future.
SPRING LAKE — Savidge Street (M-104) will be closed to traffic at Buchanan Street between 7 p.m. Friday, April 21, and 5 a.m. Monday, April 24.
FERRYSBURG — Lane closures for utility work will be in effect tonight (Wednesday) from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. Thursday on northbound U.S. 31 at M-104.
The Michigan Department of Transportation announced lane closures on northbound Beacon Boulevard between Taylor and Colfax avenues on Wednesday, April 12, for tree work.
Work is set to begin next week on the second and final phase of the Grand Avenue reconstruction project.
Residents commuting over the Green Street bridge over Stearns Bayou in Robinson Township will need to find an alternate route beginning next week.
COOPERSVILLE — Smiles, laughter and excitement abounded on the Coopersville & Marne Railway Company’s annual Bunny Train excursion over the weekend.
A public meeting and open house has been scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 29, at the Community Center to help residents learn more about the upcoming road construction project.
Three weeks after a gaping sinkhole caused officials to close off a section of 148th Avenue in Spring Lake Township, repairs are almost complete and the road is open again to traffic.
Grand Haven public safety officials and engineers say the four-way stop at the Grand/Wisconsin intersection won’t be a permanent fixture.
The Ottawa County Road Commission sprang into action immediately after learning of the large sinkhole on 148th Avenue in Spring Lake Township on Wednesday morning.
Michigan transportation officials say they plan to do their homework before they decide on any changes to the U.S. 31 traffic pattern through Grand Haven.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The township received a bit of good news regarding bid results for the Township Downtown Development Authority’s upcoming 168th Avenue reconstruction and sewer extension project.