11:28 AM Aug 23, 2012
Former players, fans and local citizens will show Steve Wilson just how much he meant not only to Fruitport football, but to the entire community of Fruitport tonight.
11:19 AM Aug 23, 2012
Grand Haven tennis coach Jeremy Case said he believed his team was clinging to a lead after the first round of matches at the Buccaneers' home quad on Wednesday.
10:39 AM Aug 23, 2012
Grand Haven's varsity boys soccer team suffered a 1-0 loss to Reeths-Puffer, while Spring Lake used a late goal to edge Mona Shores in its season opener to beat the Sailors on Tuesday, 2-1.
10:01 AM Aug 23, 2012
Residents who requested a no-wake zone in a stretch of the Grand River didn't receive full-throttle endorsement from the Spring Lake Township Board last week.
8:01 AM Aug 23, 2012
State health officials and local health departments in Michigan are working with their counterparts in 19 other states and the Centers for Disease Control anD Prevention in the investigation of a salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe.
7:00 AM Aug 23, 2012
Today: Mostly sunny, with a high near 83. South wind 7 to 11 mph.
9:15 PM Aug 22, 2012
Several readers have asked how to opt out of Consumers Energy's smart meter program.
4:55 PM Aug 22, 2012
Three people were injured in a two-car crash shortly after 2 p.m. today on Leonard Road, east of 148th Avenue.
2:00 PM Aug 22, 2012
The Kenowa Hills school board and Ottawa County's Wright Township have not agreed on a price for Marne Elementary School.
1:50 PM Aug 22, 2012
Alex Bowen was crowned flight champion at No. 1 singles, helping the Fruitport varsity boys tennis team place tied for third in their home four-team invitational on Tuesday.
1:30 PM Aug 22, 2012
Grand Haven's varsity girls volleyball team suffered a serious blow during Tuesday's Northview Invitational when their all-state middle, Abby Cole, went crashing to the floor, hitting her head and suffering a concussion.
1:16 PM Aug 22, 2012
As visitors gathered inside the circus tent, Lisa, an Asian elephant, helped pull the big top to life for the Kelly-Miller Circus earlier today.
1:13 PM Aug 22, 2012
Cash registers are ringing away long before the first school bell rings. The National Retail Federation predicts parents will spend an average of $688 on each child's supplies - including clothes, shoes and electronics. That's up 14 percent from last year.