This weekend, you can show your support for energy conservation by turning off your lights for an hour and for Great Lakes shipwreck discoveries by attending a fascinating show in downtown Holland.
Spring is here, bringing warmer temperatures and the next generation of wildlife.
The Tribune’s March Madness Beer Bracket has advanced to the Sweet 16. The competition features various craft beers from seven different local breweries – Grand Armory in Grand Haven; Old Boys’ and Dutch Girl (which has since closed) in Spring Lake; Unruly and Pigeon Hill in Muskegon; Fetch in Whitehall; and Trail Point in Allendale.
Grand Haven native Justin Stielstra has finished the Iditarod.
The Holland Area Arts Council recently opened Début 2017, the Regional High School Art Competition featuring 13 area high schools, with an award reception.
Justin Stielstra, 23, is nearing the conclusion of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race.
The city has submitted a grant application to the state in hopes that it will help pay for improvements to Sluka Field.
Friday is St. Patrick’s Day, but you may find a celebration of the Irish going on all weekend. Plus, it’s the weekend for the annual Catalina Club swim shows.
Township officials say they are pleased with the results of a recent bond sale for the upcoming voter-approved pathway expansion project.
March Madness is in full swing, which begs the question, why let basketball fans have all the fun?
Central Park Players are planning their third show of the 2016-17 season with their production of Yasmina Reza’s 2009 Tony-awarded “Best Play,” “God of Carnage.”
ROBINSON TWP. — The Ottawa County Parks Department continues to make progress in its effort to build the first segment of the Grand River Greenway Trail.
St. Patrick’s Day (and the first day of spring!) must be near, as GOTAK’s annual performance at Grand Haven’s library is this weekend.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — In honor of International Women’s Day, the women of the Grand Armory Brewing Co. didn’t take the day off work.
Strong winds Wednesday blew limbs onto power lines, causing scattered outages throughout northwest Ottawa County and West Michigan.