3:00 AM Jun 19, 2015
The ongoing 2015 debate among state lawmakers over energy efficiency and renewable energy’s role in Michigan’s energy future reveals a stark difference.
12:24 AM Jun 19, 2015
The Grand Haven boys basketball team continued its offseason run on Thursday, winning another tournament championship.
9:44 PM Jun 18, 2015
Chefs from All Shores Wesleyan Church cook up wings Thursday night at Mill Point Park during Heritage Festival's Wings on the Water. The church wings were runner-up in the people's choice award.
8:11 PM Jun 18, 2015
Two of the four drivers involved in a four-car, chain-reaction crash south of Grand Haven on Wednesday evening were sent to the hospital.
6:01 PM Jun 18, 2015
In the past, I’ve had my fair share of garage sales. Every time within hours of starting one, I would say, “Never again!” Then, within hours of the sale ending, I would load up all the leftovers and say, “Never again!”
5:00 PM Jun 18, 2015
Saturday’s going to be a busy day! And don’t forget: Sunday is Father’s Day!
4:00 PM Jun 18, 2015
Harbor Transit operations are taking another step into the digital age.
3:00 PM Jun 18, 2015
There’s no arguing the majesty of the majestic oak tree that sits outside the entrance to Spring Lake’s intermediate and middle schools.
2:02 PM Jun 18, 2015
As Michigan school districts finalize their budgets for the upcoming school year, officials are taking state funding changes into account.
1:30 PM Jun 18, 2015
After years of service, the name outside a local real estate agency has changed.
1:03 PM Jun 18, 2015
The Grand Haven school district is projected to dip into its fund budget for the 2015-16 school year.
11:57 AM Jun 18, 2015
The beaches at Grand Haven State Park and City Beach will be filled with plenty of activity this weekend.
10:59 AM Jun 18, 2015
The parties in lawsuits filed on behalf of a Nunica boy killed in a sledding accident more than five years ago will move forward to trial after a request for a judge change was denied this week.
10:01 AM Jun 18, 2015
Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday will sign a $54.5 billion state budget that goes into effect on Oct. 1. Here's how the spending plan could affect you:
9:01 AM Jun 18, 2015
Gov. Rick Snyder signed a $54.5 billion state budget on Wednesday with a modest spending boost for education and a temporary increase in road construction funding, pledging to work with lawmakers over the summer on a long-term transportation funding fix.