It’s the first big summer weekend. Can you believe it? So fire up the grill after partaking in some local fun, parades and ceremonies that mark Memorial Day’s true meaning.
Fruitport Old Fashioned Days began Wednesday and runs through Memorial Day, May 29.
The Grand Haven Township plan to remove its inline skating rink in favor of pickleball courts at Mercury Park is on hold until at least 2018.
With boating season around the corner, Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers encourage boaters to make their pastime more enjoyable by following important safety tips.
The 29th annual Great Lakes Kite Festival had some weather-related strings attached.
In addition to in-season fruit and vegetables, the local venue will also feature “Market Music” performed by local musicians.
Warmer weather is here and the Grand Haven area’s first big festival of the summer will be flying high over the state park beach this weekend.
The annual Lamont Spring Festival will be taking place on Saturday, May 20, with festivities occurring from 9.am. to 3 p.m.
The Grand Haven State Park skyscape will blossom with color Saturday and Sunday as the 29th annual Great Lakes Kite Festival takes to the air.
The Lakeshore Visual Arts Collective will host Art in Motion — a pop-up art show to benefit Grand Haven ArtWalk.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The Township Board’s plan to remove the in-line skating rink at Mercury Park and replace it with pickle ball courts is drawing criticism from players who say they still actively use the facility.
Professional equity actor David Allen Doering is appearing in the production of Central Park Players’ “Death of a Salesman.”
Women in glamorous gowns and their guys in tuxedos paraded through the Roaring 20s during Spring Lake High School’s Great Gatsby Prom held Saturday night at Fricano’s in Muskegon.
Don’t miss our on your opportunity to head out on a bicycle ride to help support the Save the Catwalk fundraiser this Saturday.
Grand Haven Township officials have hired a firm to help them get a better idea of what the public wants to see occur on the Witteveen and Wolfe park properties near Hofma Preserve.