More parking spaces are on the way for the the city’s Mulligan’s Hollow recreation area.
The series continues the Knickerbocker Theatre’s tradition of showing new independent and foreign films for West Michigan.
The 2017 edition of ArtPrize in Grand Rapids runs Sept. 20 to Oct. 8.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Officials from the county’s parks department hope to include Grand Haven Township’s Mercury Drive non-motorized pathway in its Grand River Explorers Trail.
The 14th annual Salmon Festival wrapped up Sunday afternoon with a hike at Kitchel Lindquist Dunes.
City officials dressed in tie-died t-shirts were in a light-hearted mood Sunday as they celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Loutit District Library and Grand Haven Community Center during the annual community picnic.
Tonight’s Musical Fountain season finale will include the debut of new features that will be a part of the future of the fountain, all thanks to a city partnership with Grand Valley State University.
Saturday and Sunday, the public is invited to the annual event that has grown every year since its inception in 2008.
This weekend’s weather may feel more like summer than fall, but the seasonal transition will be celebrated along downtown Grand Haven’s waterfront with the annual Salmon Festival and at Central Park on Sunday with the annual Community Picnic.
Get ready to enjoy a weekend full of food, wine, beer, cider, live music, art, family fun and more during the Grand Haven Salmon Festival, Sept. 14-15.
POLKTON TWP. — The history of a 150-year-old Coopersville-area landmark will be celebrated from 12-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23.
Grand Haven Main Street officials have announced the details about ArtWalk 2017, which begins Sept. 28 and lasts 11 days.
SPRING LAKE — Seth Glier and Birds of Chicago headline the annual Courtyard Concert at 2 p.m. Sunday in the courtyard behind Seven Steps Up, 116 S. Jackson St.
The Michigan Department of Transportation said drivers should be prepared for intermittent lane closures for traffic signal work on southbound Beacon Boulevard (U.S. 31) between Jackson Street and Robbins Road between 7 and 11 a.m. Saturday.
More than $250,000 has been raised for the Johnson Family Cancer Center in Muskegon in 12 years of Cars for Cancer events.