8:00 PM Feb 6, 2014
Another round of bitter cold has moved into the state as parts of southern Michigan continue digging out from record-breaking snowfall.
5:45 PM Feb 6, 2014
Thumbs up to Grand Haven and Fruitport wrestlers ...
5:00 PM Feb 6, 2014
Downtown Grand Haven will be "Frozen in Time" on Saturday afternoon and warmed up by runners and walkers on Friday night.
4:26 PM Feb 6, 2014
(UPDATED: Friday 12:11 a.m.) A wind chill advisory is in effect for Ottawa County until 10 a.m. today.
4:00 PM Feb 6, 2014
Once upon a time, I had a Facebook account. Every couple of days or so, I would click on to my Facebook account to see how my Facebook friends were doing.
3:05 PM Feb 6, 2014
Of the five traffic fatalities in our area in the past year, three have been on Mercury Drive in Grand Haven Township.
2:00 PM Feb 6, 2014
Grand Haven officials are looking to change the way the city's water meter-reading system is handled for residents.
1:00 PM Feb 6, 2014
Last time you learned that even if you obtain health insurance through your employer you’re likely to be forced into a more costly plan sooner rather than later. How can this be since Obamacare is from legislation called “The Affordable Care Act”?
12:00 PM Feb 6, 2014
Halle Tubergen carefully cut ham in the recently renovated Culinary Arts Lab at the Careerline Tech Center.
10:50 AM Feb 6, 2014
About 200 to 300 gallons of diesel fuel spilled into the Detroit River while a U.S. Coast Guard ship was taking on fuel, officials said.
10:30 AM Feb 6, 2014
Cougars score 9-1 win over Buccaneers
10:00 AM Feb 6, 2014
The Holland-Grand Haven metropolitan statistical area (MSA) is being dissolved.
9:17 AM Feb 6, 2014
Lakers see their 8-game win streak snapped
8:47 AM Feb 6, 2014
Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday proposed a $52 billion election-year budget that includes a tax cut targeted to low- and moderate-income residents, spending increases on education and local governments, and state aid for bankrupt Detroit's pension plans.
8:00 AM Feb 6, 2014
Voters in the Grand Haven school district will see two propositions on the May 6 ballot that, if approved, together will generate about $45 million for the school system over the next 10 years.