1:30 PM Sep 28, 2012
After a solid second-place showing at its home invitational on Saturday, Spring Lake's swimming and diving team took care of business once again with a home victory over Coastal Conference foe Fremont at the Spring Lake Aquatic Center on Thursday.
12:00 PM Sep 28, 2012
Gas prices are consistently flirting with the $4 mark, and with the prices rolling up and down like a ride at Michigan's Adventure, many Tri-Cities residents are looking to alternatives.
10:28 AM Sep 28, 2012
Adam Clauss remembers the last time he lined up for a penalty kick against Fruitport's Loghan Stong.
10:24 AM Sep 28, 2012
Grand Haven's varsity boys soccer team suffered a disappointing 2-1 loss at the hands of the visiting Grandville Bulldogs on Thursday.
10:18 AM Sep 28, 2012
Grand Haven's varsity volleyball coach Aaron Smaka believes his squad is starting to show steady improvement every time they step onto the court.
10:00 AM Sep 28, 2012
There are plenty of pumpkins on hand for Halloween this year.
9:00 AM Sep 28, 2012
Authorities in southwestern Michigan said they've confiscated a pair of emaciated dogs found chained up outside an apparently vacant home.
8:00 AM Sep 28, 2012
The Grand Haven Township officials decided to purchase a new fire truck, fulfilling a promise made to the voters who approved a millage to fund a truck purchase.
7:00 AM Sep 28, 2012
Today: Mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 66. Calm wind becoming northwest around 6 mph in the afternoon.
8:05 PM Sep 27, 2012
A 29-year-old Michigan man who sexually assaulted and impregnated a girlfriend's 11-year-old daughter has received a sentence of 25 to 56 years in prison.
7:39 PM Sep 27, 2012
Ken David said it's no secret he is a Mitt Romney supporter. But that doesn't mean the lawn chairs hanging in his frontyard are an attack on President Barack Obama, or anyone else for that matter.
5:00 PM Sep 27, 2012
Grand Haven's ArtWalk festival is in full swing, and it is just one of the many activities taking place this weekend.
4:00 PM Sep 27, 2012
Muskegon Community College is receiving support from the federal government to offer new high-tech job training opportunities for workers whose jobs were outsourced.