10:31 AM Nov 5, 2012
Spring Lake varsity girls cross country coach Aaron Andres assured his team all week leading up to Saturday's Division 2 state finals that if the Lakers ran their collective best, they'd have an excellent chance to finish in the top 3.
10:27 AM Nov 5, 2012
Heading into Saturday's Division 1 state meet at Michigan International Speedway, it was junior Claire Borchers - fresh off her regional championship - who looked to be the leader for the Buccaneers.
10:25 AM Nov 5, 2012
The Buccaneers' boys cross country team exceeded expectations, placing 19th at Saturday's Division 1 state meet at Michigan International Speedway.
10:23 AM Nov 5, 2012
Spring Lake's run toward a volleyball district championship came to an abrupt end at the hands of state-ranked Whitehall on Saturday.
8:12 AM Nov 5, 2012
Don't forget to fall back!
6:02 AM Nov 5, 2012
Today: Mostly sunny, with a high near 45.
5:02 AM Nov 5, 2012
A longtime supervisor and a newcomer challenger will face off for the Port Sheldon Township supervisor seat on Tuesday.
6:54 PM Nov 4, 2012
A Macomb County judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a man who claimed his daughter's civil rights were violated by a fifth-grade teacher's reading aloud from a book about slavery.
5:02 PM Nov 4, 2012
Step right up to see the third annual Zoo Phonics Carnival from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9.
3:02 PM Nov 4, 2012
The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan claims the Isabella County Jail isn't treating women inmates fairly and doesn't allow all inmates enough time outside their cells.
1:46 PM Nov 4, 2012
New York-based Area Development Magazine has ranked the Grand Haven/Holland area 24th in the nation in leading the economic recovery.
11:02 AM Nov 4, 2012
The Spring Lake High School Theater Department is going with a groovy twist on Shakespeare this month.
9:02 AM Nov 4, 2012
Are you suffering through grief? Perhaps it's the death of spouse, sibling, parent or child, unemployment, aging, or an unwanted divorce - all of these can trigger grief.
7:02 AM Nov 4, 2012
Diane Dougherty has defied centuries-old Roman Catholic tradition when she was ordained a priest in a ceremony that her church will neither recognize nor accept.