8:15 PM Nov 7, 2013
Seeking to calm a growing furor, President Barack Obama said Thursday he's sorry Americans are losing health insurance plans he repeatedly said they could keep under his signature health care law.
6:03 PM Nov 7, 2013
The cast for Grand Haven High School's fall musical, “Footloose,” let loose Monday night in Grand Haven City Council's chambers.
5:00 PM Nov 7, 2013
Some good music and a little horsing around is on the agenda for this weekend, Nov. 8-10.
4:01 PM Nov 7, 2013
A Muskegon man convicted earlier this year of arson and insurance fraud faces 55 years in prison after being sentenced in U.S. District Court.
4:00 PM Nov 7, 2013
A few days before Halloween, my family was talking about scary things like vampires, ghosts, goblins and sasquatch, when suddenly my 9-year-old, Evien, asked, "Dad, what is the scariest thing that ever happened to you?"
3:05 PM Nov 7, 2013
Grand Haven officials have made it known that they intend to fight the planned U.S. 31 boulevard project for quite some time.
2:00 PM Nov 7, 2013
Parents and residents of the Fruitport school district are delving into issues facing their school buildings and community needs.
1:00 PM Nov 7, 2013
A new real estate company is taking local to a new level.
12:30 PM Nov 7, 2013
Senior shines on volleyball court for Bucs
12:00 PM Nov 7, 2013
Miles of fields and rural country roads won’t be the only views in the vicinity of Mark Bos’ farm operation in the not-too-distant future.
11:00 AM Nov 7, 2013
The stars come out Saturday evening at a local horse riding facility.
10:30 AM Nov 7, 2013
SL dominates Oakridge in semifinal match, 3-0
10:26 AM Nov 7, 2013
A Norton Shores man had to be freed from his car after it spun and flipped when struck by another vehicle this morning.
10:02 AM Nov 7, 2013
Trojans’ volleyball sees disappointing season come to a close
10:00 AM Nov 7, 2013
Although Shelbie Williams started tanning with her mother’s consent when she was 15, proposed legislation might forbid it in Michigan.
8:48 AM Nov 7, 2013
Michigan's top law enforcer said Wednesday that the state should treat teenage prostitutes as victims, not criminals, as it works to combat human trafficking.