3:00 PM Feb 1, 2013
As a high school senior in 1968, I read "Burn Baby Burn: the Los Angeles Race Riot 1965" by Jerry Cohen and William S. Murphy. I don’t remember my government teacher’s name, but I can still visualize the cover of that book — red, with bright yellow lettering; a member of the National Guard shadowed in the background, an assault rifle at the ready.
2:18 PM Feb 1, 2013
Student section was mostly empty for Tuesday's girls game
2:00 PM Feb 1, 2013
The very symbol of Christianity, the cross, will be resurrected atop a Spring Lake church this Good Friday.
1:29 PM Feb 1, 2013
Send in your snow and winter fun pictures for inclusion in an online photo gallery.
1:00 PM Feb 1, 2013
The way temperatures were climbing to record highs a few days ago, I was about to break out the spring collection and trek into the gardening and sunburn tips.
12:00 PM Feb 1, 2013
City officials now have a solid foundation on which to build their plans for the Lake Avenue retaining wall project.
11:40 AM Feb 1, 2013
The driver of a semi-tractor trailer was ticketed for going too fast after his truck jackknifed this morning on the M-104 ramp going into Spring Lake from Ferrysburg.
10:15 AM Feb 1, 2013
SL boys hoping to play after having games wiped out twice due to weather
10:12 AM Feb 1, 2013
Crusaders hold Eagles' standout to 2 points in second half
10:08 AM Feb 1, 2013
Senior forward scores all 13 of her points in final 5 minutes
10:00 AM Feb 1, 2013
Next year’s kindergartners have to be older earlier.
9:00 AM Feb 1, 2013
Even if you don't participate in next Friday's Run for the Lights, you can enter for a chance to win the prizes to be given away that night.
8:00 AM Feb 1, 2013
Beth Thomas breathed a sigh of relief as she looked over the Grand River at the U.S. 31 drawbridge Thursday morning.
7:00 AM Feb 1, 2013
Winter is back, and the lake-effect snow machine is chugging right along.
6:27 AM Feb 1, 2013
Grand Haven and Spring Lake are among the schools closed today due to snow and blowing conditions.
6:00 AM Feb 1, 2013
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
8:00 PM Jan 31, 2013
Ten residents of rural Benzie County have filed a lawsuit against a northern Michigan fruit processor and a septic hauler who dumped waste blueberry juice into a gravel pit more than a decade ago, damaging a stream and contaminating groundwater.