Grand Haven just saw the arrival of one vessel last week, the Wilfred Sykes.
Columbus Avenue will soon be converted from a one-way eastbound street to a two-way street, from Harbor Drive to Fifth Street.
The lane closures will be intermittent, the Michigan Department of Transportation said.
First was the arrival of Central Marine Logistics’ self-unloading steamship Wilfred Sykes on June 7.
It will be a little while longer until Lincoln Street, from U.S. 31 to 144th Avenue, is reopened to traffic.
MDOT officials say work will include electrical and mechanical upgrades.
A large tree has fallen across Ferris Street near the entrance to Grand Haven High School on Friday morning, blocking traffic in both directions.
This past week, we welcomed two vessels to port that fly the maple leaf off their stern.
The Grand Haven Aviation Association will host its annual Dawn Patrol at the Grand Haven Memorial Airport, 16446 Comstock St., on Saturday.
NORTON SHORES — Northbound U.S. 31 between Sternberg Road and Hile Road is down to one lane for road repair until early this afternoon.
Foggy conditions on Lake Michigan this past week made for some great photo opportunities of freighters as they arrived into our port.
All of the work is weather dependent.
The weather is supposedly to blame for all the trouble the Grand Haven drawbridge caused over the last few days.
UPDATE: 4:20 p.m. — Both north and southbound lanes of U.S. 31 over the drawbridge have reopened, officials say.
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