8:12 PM May 8, 2012
Traffic was slowed for more than an hour Monday, when a semitrailer truck jackknifed on U.S. 31 north of Ferris Street.
5:00 PM May 8, 2012
More than 400 participants from the Tri-Cities area will walk to raise money for the American Cancer Society this weekend.
2:01 PM May 8, 2012
Five years after he lost his banking job, Joe Tomczyk feels his quest to resume his career is more focused and promising than ever. Job Seekers - a free job-readiness program based at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Grand Haven - has helped Tomczyk polish his resume, connected him to online job sources, assigned him a mentor and put him through a mock interview.
1:30 PM May 8, 2012
Grand Haven's varsity girls lacrosse squad dropped a 17-11 decision against Grand Rapids Northview on Monday at Grand Haven High School, despite four goals from Lauren Lund.
12:00 PM May 8, 2012
The short list of suitors for the village manager job includes two candidates with local ties and two who requested confidentiality. Village Council met Monday night to review the narrowed field of potential candidates.
10:28 AM May 8, 2012
When a local youth mentoring program expressed a desire to lure in a big name to its campaign aimed at promoting a new outdoor program, Rob Renes had the perfect candidate in mind.
10:18 AM May 8, 2012
Fruitport athletic director Ken Erny announced on Monday that the Trojans have hired Jack Nummerdor to take over the program's varsity wrestling team.
8:30 AM May 8, 2012
Grand Haven voters will have a chance this summer to decide whether or not to renew the tax levy for the local museum. "The millage represents about 85 percent of our operating income,' Tri-Cities Historical Museum Executive Director Ken Pott said.
7:00 AM May 8, 2012
Today: Mostly sunny, with a high near 59. West wind between 3 and 9 mph.
5:00 AM May 8, 2012
Communities and school districts in 70 counties are holding local elections today.
10:10 PM May 7, 2012
Voters in three Tri-Cities-area school districts will get their chance Tuesday to approve taxes that they probably don't have to pay. Voters in the Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Fruitport school districts will each see just one item on the May 8 ballot: the renewal of the nonprincipal property tax levy. Such levies impact those with second homes in the area.