10:00 AM Jan 24, 2015
Lakeshore Middle School will present “Disney's Aladdin Jr.” on Thursday and Friday, Jan. 29-30.
9:04 AM Jan 24, 2015
As White Pines Intermediate School students and staff entered the building Friday morning, many of them formed lines to donate money for wearing pajamas, hat and slippers.
8:00 AM Jan 24, 2015
A fast-moving coastal storm is forecast to blast several major cities in the Northeast with a mix of snow, sleet and rain on Saturday in the season's first real taste of winter along the busy Interstate 95 corridor.
6:54 AM Jan 24, 2015
Fourteen teams raced down the snowy track in the Harbourfront Place parking lot Friday night as part of Winterfest 2015.
5:57 AM Jan 24, 2015
Scattered snow showers, and turning colder Sunday.
11:59 PM Jan 23, 2015
Lakers attack the rim in 32-point victory
11:57 PM Jan 23, 2015
Buccaneers' boys suffer crushing loss
11:53 PM Jan 23, 2015
Orchard View High School held some bad memories for the Spring Lake girls basketball team — until Friday night.
11:52 PM Jan 23, 2015
Orioles force 30 turnovers in win over Trojans
5:00 PM Jan 23, 2015
Fred of Grand Haven Township asked, "During the Christmas season, I was in downtown Muskegon and noticed a large Nativity scene in Hackley Park on city property. It's there every year. How come no controversy in the River City over theirs?"
4:15 PM Jan 23, 2015
It took just days into the new legislative session for relations to sour in the Michigan House, where Democrats are livid with Republicans for snubbing their pick for the top-ranking Democrat on a powerful budget panel.
3:31 PM Jan 23, 2015
Spring Lake Intermediate and Middle School students heard firsthand about the life of orphans and survivors of the civil war of Sudan in 1983.
2:48 PM Jan 23, 2015
If there is one thing the modern world couldn’t live without, that thing wouldn’t be oil — it would be electricity.
2:00 PM Jan 23, 2015
The Spring Lake Township Board recently approved a sewer hike for a second year in a row.
12:56 PM Jan 23, 2015
A survey finds that salary-cutting efforts among the state's local governments have been easing with an improving economy, yet workers are shouldering more of their health care costs.