6:33 PM Mar 3, 2013
Friends and bystanders rescued a man after the ice broke beneath him and he plunged into Lake Michigan late Sunday afternoon, said Sgt. Clint Holt of the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety.
1:01 PM Mar 3, 2013
(UPDATED WITH VIDEO LINK) A huge dune washout occurred after a water main broke late Saturday on Water Tank Hill at Mulligan’s Hollow.
12:00 PM Mar 3, 2013
More than 100 volunteers, youth and adults alike, will be working together next week at Lakeshore Fellowship Church to package 10,000 or more meals.
12:00 PM Mar 3, 2013
KKK-like incidents are being investigated at Grand Haven High School.
12:00 PM Mar 3, 2013
A crew member on the freighter Michigan had a daring rescue from the ice when he needed to get home for his mother's funeral.
10:00 AM Mar 3, 2013
Asian carp are unlikely to reach the Great Lakes by stowing away on commercial vessels in Chicago-area rivers and canals, the U.S. Coast Guard said Thursday.
8:00 AM Mar 3, 2013
Sixty-two members of Second Christian Reformed Church of Grand Haven each chose one meaningful work from their own collections for the "Secondʼs Choice: Pieces of Our Lives" exhibit.
4:00 AM Mar 3, 2013
St. Patrick's Day comes a week early as the Grand Haven High School fiddler group, GOTAK, perform popular Irish/Celtic fiddle music on March 10 for the Loutit District Library's Sunday Afternoon Concert Series.
2:02 AM Mar 3, 2013
An atheist organization that invoked religious protections in suing a Michigan country club for cancelling an event said a settlement announced this week was vindication for non-believers.
8:20 PM Mar 2, 2013
Buccaneers top Forest Hills Northern/Eastern, 6-2
6:00 PM Mar 2, 2013
A township board in suburban Detroit that opened a meeting with a prayer has drawn the attention of the American Civil Liberties Union.
4:00 PM Mar 2, 2013
Remember the Mel Gibson movie, "What Women Want"? The story's plot is that Gibson's character discovers he can hear the secret thoughts of women.
2:00 PM Mar 2, 2013
Nine high school students in Grand Rapids have been suspended for performing a version of the "Harlem Shake" during class.
12:00 PM Mar 2, 2013
Michigan officials said Friday they will not privatize nearly $350 million in prisoner health care and food costs, keeping intact nearly 1,700 state workers' jobs but frustrating Republican lawmakers who questioned the bidding process.
10:00 AM Mar 2, 2013
A former Byron Center High School teacher and coach has been charged with three counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct.