Sgt. Cal Keuning replaces Sgt. Chris Dill, who has moved to a new opportunity within the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office.
Volunteers filled a 20-yard dumpster with garbage found along the Grand River during the Ottawa County Grand River Cleanup on Saturday and Sunday.
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.
Area residents got a head start on Earth Day on Friday afternoon at the Grand Haven State Park beach.
The Save the Catwalk Committee hosted a clean up effort at Grand Haven State Park on Friday afternoon, where dozens of volunteers helped dispose of items including old vegetation, old shoes, large chunks of concrete and a metal stake.
A growing issue across the United States — the lack of affordable housing — is taking a serious toll on low-income families.
The Grand Haven Main Street DDA program has launched a new program called 100 Friends @ $100, which encourages people who care about the downtown district to contribute at least $100 to support the organization.
Friends of the North Bank Trail are hosting a pancake breakfast benefit from 8-11 a.m. at Crockery Township Hall, 17431 112th Ave. in Nunica. The cost is $5.
A celebration of the center’s one-year anniversary will take place Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Just Goods Gifts and Café, located in the Momentum Center at 714 Columbus Ave. in Grand Haven. The public is invited.
WEDNESDAY, April 18
TUESDAY, April 17
A section of Lincoln Street, from U.S. 31 to 144th Avenue, will be closed to through traffic until early June.
The 2017-18 Lakeshore Youth Leadership Connection class held their graduation ceremony and celebration on March 27.
SATURDAY, April 14
Grand Valley rowing Coach John Bancheri said it is a weather trifecta that caused him to call off the 23rd Annual Lubbers Cup Regatta, planned for this weekend on Spring Lake.