2:00 PM Nov 6, 2013
A steady flow of voters kept election workers busy Tuesday.
12:05 PM Nov 6, 2013
It's “lights out” for challenger Dan Borchers’ bid for a six-year term on the Board of Light & Power.
11:00 AM Nov 6, 2013
Voters stepped up support for a 0.5-mill non-motorized path proposal on Tuesday with 349 yes votes and 202 back-pedaling ballots.
10:00 AM Nov 6, 2013
The votes are in. Bob Monetza and Dennis Scott will serve second terms on City Council.
9:00 AM Nov 6, 2013
The quest to improve the City of Grand Haven’s public utilities just got a huge financial boost.
7:45 AM Nov 6, 2013
Just 89 votes stood in the way of Spring Lake’s dreams of a $59.8 million school bond proposal.
10:02 PM Nov 5, 2013
A proposal to merge the governments of Saugatuck and Douglas was shot down by voters Tuesday.
8:00 PM Nov 5, 2013
(UPDATED: Tuesday 10:20 p.m.) Here's the final, unofficial results of Tuesday's elections:
4:55 PM Nov 5, 2013
Voters throughout the Tri-Cities are casting their ballots today.
7:00 AM Nov 5, 2013
The polls are open at voting sites in Northwest Ottawa County and across the nation.
8:00 AM Nov 4, 2013
Voters will decide the fate of nonmotorized paths at the polls on Tuesday.
1:12 PM Nov 2, 2013
Vote for Bob Monetza for Grand Haven City Council.
12:00 PM Nov 2, 2013
Two candidates are vying for one seat on Grand Haven’s Board of Light & Power this coming Tuesday, Nov. 5.
5:24 PM Oct 31, 2013
To the Editor: Next Tuesday, November 5, in Grand Haven, we all have the responsibility to go to our polling places and to cast our ballots for our choices to represent us on the Grand Haven City Council.
5:16 PM Oct 31, 2013
The time has come for Spring Lake Township School taxpayers to say NO to higher taxes.
5:07 PM Oct 31, 2013
To the Editor: I have followed the developments of the Spring Lake Bond issue, which will be voted on next Tuesday, November 5, by voters in the Spring Lake Public School District.
4:55 PM Oct 31, 2013
To the Editor: At one of Mr. Furton’s community meetings, I asked him what research and studies on the educational benefits of one large elementary school he used versus keeping Jeffers and Holmes.