Editor’s note: This is the second story in a three-part series on a trio of West Michigan residents recovering from heroin addiction at a center in Argentina. Tuesday’s story focused on the addicts. Thursday’s story will focus on the recovery center.
It turns out that the village planning commissioners’ recommendation last week to deny rezoning for a new fire station at the northeast corner of M-104 and Fruitport Road was a false alarm for Spring Lake Township officials.
Grand Haven Rotary volunteers hoisted Nativity scene figures into place over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, but the manger scene on Dewey Hill is anything but calm and bright for Grand Haven Township resident Kathy Plescher.
To the Editor:
This controversy over the cross on Dewey Hill appears to prove something I wrote about earlier this year: that it appears we are becoming a society of intolerance and disrespect for each other.