3:00 PM Feb 20, 2014
The day of hearts and flowers has passed. Leftover chocolates, printed candy hearts and valentines received from loved ones may still be sitting around homes and classrooms.
2:00 PM Feb 20, 2014
We get it. Our world has plunged head-first into the Digital Age, a time when information is accessible via your laptop, tablet or cellphone in an instant.
1:00 PM Feb 20, 2014
Jeff Smith has been promoted to president of GHSP, a division of Grand Haven-based JSJ Corp., and Ken Wagner has been promoted to senior vice president and chief financial officer.
12:00 PM Feb 20, 2014
Changes are on the way for a long-standing car dealership on Beacon Boulevard.
11:44 AM Feb 20, 2014
Roger DeYoung resigned Monday after 10 years as chief of the Spring Lake/Ferrysburg Police Department.
11:00 AM Feb 20, 2014
Katie Appold has been hired as the new executive director for Love INC of the Tri-Cities.
10:00 AM Feb 20, 2014
From the library and classrooms to the boiler room, community members got a firsthand look at Fruitport High School on Wednesday night.
8:54 AM Feb 20, 2014
Officials said smoke from a mechanical fire prompted a brief evacuation of patients at a small West Michigan hospital.
7:00 AM Feb 20, 2014
A winter weather advisory is in effect until 7 p.m. Friday, with all kinds of weather from now until then.
6:00 AM Feb 20, 2014
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
12:39 AM Feb 20, 2014
Lakeshore Taekwondo members head to U.S. Open this weekend
12:24 AM Feb 20, 2014
(UPDATE: Friday 5:45 p.m.) A winter weather advisory remains in effect for Ottawa County until 7 tonight, but the weather bureau says the near-blizzard conditions in open areas will slowly subside.
12:21 AM Feb 20, 2014
The Grand Haven hockey team earned its first O-K Tier 1 win of the season Wednesday night, defeating East Kentwood, 6-4.
7:52 PM Feb 19, 2014
Lakers' senior stars in tennis, swimming
5:00 PM Feb 19, 2014
Larisa of Robinson Township asked, "How old is the bridge over Stearns Bayou?"
4:00 PM Feb 19, 2014
Michigan would spend $100 million more this year to repair potholes and help local governments recoup snowplowing and salting costs that have piled up amid near-record snowfall under spending legislation approaching an initial vote in the Legislature.