Now that the remains of the deceased have been removed from the columbarium at the former C3 Exchange building, pieces of the former final resting place are headed for the auction block.
Employees of Byron Center-based Repocast removed the granite markers from the "Garden of Grace' on the south side of the building at 225 E. Exchange St. on Wednesday.
Physical pain typically is a symptom of a problem.
Chronic pain-physical pain that persists for weeks or months or even years-is, in itself, a problem that can lead to job loss, deterioration of relationships, depression and exhaustion.
Grand Haven Township officials are looking at cutting back their paper trail.
The Township Board reviewed its 2012 project list during a work session on Monday, which included an option to go paperless in terms of memos and board packet information.
Michael Wilson's life began unraveling three years ago when he lost his wife to pancreatic cancer.
A year later, the 57-year-old lost his house because of mounting medical bills and the fact that the house was in his wife's name. Wilson said the bank refused to negotiate with him once they learned his wife had died.
Fruitport has had only two varsity football coaches during the past 40-plus seasons and both will likely be in the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame in the not-to-distance future.
With federal officials making a push for offshore wind development in the Great Lakes region, locals have mixed feelings about the proposed structures.
Spring Lake resident Ben McNeil said he would need to see how an overall proposal would impact the lake before deciding if he was for or against a project.