It’s a busy weekend in Grand Haven, with the annual Grand Haven Art Festival, Soccer in the Sand and the arrival of the Queen’s Cup sailboat race participants.
Grand Haven Board of Light & Power’s peregrine falcon nest box is once again home to several new falcon chicks.
City prepares for June 21 ribbon cutting for new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium.
The overnight sailboat race across Lake Michigan departs from Milwaukee for Grand Haven on Friday, June 22.
Waterfront memorial service pays tribute to Escanaba crew on 75th anniversary of sinking.
The Grand Haven Township Board on Monday night unanimously approved conceptual plans for Schmidt Heritage Park, which would be located between Ferris and Lincoln streets, just west of the Cutter Park subdivision.
The site at 1305 S. Beacon Blvd. will include a new Planet Fitness, relocated @Home Realty office, a new Fit Body Boot Camp and space for a future tenant.
It will be a little while longer until Lincoln Street, from U.S. 31 to 144th Avenue, is reopened to traffic.
With a goal in mind to close the Sims III power plant by June 2020, local elected officials and stakeholders in Grand Haven’s downtown say they’re concerned with how the transition could affect the business district’s snowmelt system.
Construction officials say any amount of surface water that washes over the pier interferes with the workers’ ability to pour concrete, weld and install the steel forms for the new pier surface, and also poses a risk for losing equipment and materials.