A recent spate of vandalism in Grand Haven has some people concerned about the character of the community.
"I've never noticed it before, and I'm just wondering what the change is and why it is happening now,' lifelong Grand Haven resident Amy Kolkema said.
Michigan lawmakers are lifting a heavy financial burden from parents of autistic children with a series of bills awaiting the governor's signature.
The state Legislature approved bills late last week that will require insurance companies to provide treatment coverage for Michigan's autistic children beginning Oct. 1.
Randy and Anjie Reynolds have always wanted to take their two daughters on a family vacation - but, for one reason or another, they have been unable to temporarily vacate life's responsibilities.
Now they can they cross that off their "leap list' as the Robinson Township family was treated like royalty when they were given a trip to the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
A worker has found rotted beams during renovation work on the 250-year-old DeZwaan windmill at Windmill Island Gardens, making it likely that more repairs will be needed sooner than expected, officials said.