1:01 PM Feb 18, 2015
A long-running debate on allowing farm animals in Ferrysburg could be nearing a conclusion.
5:00 PM Feb 16, 2015
Peggy asked, "In Ferrysburg, on Oak Street (between Fifth Third Bank and Miss Lisa's), there is a ‘Blind Child Area’ sign that has been there for a long time. Does anyone ever review signage to see if they are still necessary, or if new ones are needed?"
9:35 AM Jan 23, 2015
(UPDATED: 9:30 a.m. Friday) Emergency crews responded to a crash on the Grand Haven drawbridge shortly before 10:30 p.m. Thursday.
12:01 PM Jan 21, 2015
Contemporary dance students at the West Michigan Academy of Arts and Academics will perform next week in the Capitol rotunda in front of state officials and other charter school students from across the state.
5:00 PM Jan 9, 2015
John of Spring Lake asked, “There was an article (several years ago) about Spring Lake Village wanting to change the sign at the Spring Lake Yacht Club indicating the land is public and accessible to the public. Because of an issue with the Ferrysburg sign ordinance, the sign change never happened. What are the rules for the public to access and use that piece of public property? Most people do not know that is public land owned by the Village of Spring Lake.”
12:00 PM Jan 6, 2015
Tickets are now on sale for the 18th annual Tri-Cities Unity Auction, which takes place at the Trillium Events Center in Ferrysburg on Feb. 28.
9:00 AM Dec 19, 2014
A wintry blast in November put a halt to construction along North Shore Road for the season, but work for the 168th Avenue bike path is still cruising along.
6:00 PM Dec 18, 2014
Shoreline Sport & Spine recently announced a new name and an expansion of services with a sign-unveiling ceremony at its Ferrysburg location.
5:50 PM Dec 10, 2014
Santa Claus will join local residents around the bonfire for Caroling in the Park on Saturday, Dec. 13, at Ferrysburg's William Ferry Park.
12:00 PM Dec 10, 2014
The city’s planning commissioners aren't excited about rolling out the welcome mat for farm animals, but they apparently do want a say in a new ordinance requested by City Council.

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