12:00 PM Jul 19, 2012
The winners of the exhibitor awards for the Tri-Cities Garden Club Flower Show, "Dining by Design," were awarded July 12.
10:05 AM Jul 19, 2012
When Thoroughbred Golf Course opened in Rothbury back in 1993, it was hailed as one of the best public courses in Michigan, if not in the nation.
10:01 AM Jul 19, 2012
With record-setting heat this summer, Grand Haven's energy supplier is finding a way to keep up with the demand.
10:00 AM Jul 19, 2012
The weekly golf tips are provided by Kirk Sherman, the Director of Golf at Grand Haven Golf Club.
9:55 AM Jul 19, 2012
The Tri-Cities Kids League baseball and softball teams were fortunate enough to play with several pieces of new equipment this season thanks to a donation through Gage Motor Mall in Grand Haven and Chevrolet's Youth Baseball promotion.
7:00 AM Jul 19, 2012
Today: A 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 80. Calm wind becoming east 5 to 7 mph in the morning.
5:00 AM Jul 19, 2012
The right lane of northbound U.S. 31 between Lincoln and Ferris streets will be closed today for a second day in a row.
9:13 PM Jul 18, 2012
The state says Michigan's jobless rate rose 0.1 percentage points in June, the second consecutive monthly increase after a yearlong decline.
9:12 PM Jul 18, 2012
Police are trying to determine how a car ended up on the roof of another vehicle at The Lakes Mall.
6:11 PM Jul 18, 2012
The cruise is held each year in memory of Scott Flahive, a Grand Haven public safety officer who was killed in the line of duty.
5:57 PM Jul 18, 2012
Spring Lake Summer Theatre Expo takes the stage tonight and Thursday to present its annual musical.
5:55 PM Jul 18, 2012
We received several questions about the recent drought and heat wave. I'll try to answer them all at once.
5:55 PM Jul 18, 2012
Two men were seriously injured when they were ejected from a rolling car Tuesday night in Coopersville.
5:53 PM Jul 18, 2012
A mother of three has been charged with leaving her children in a car while she bought ice cream and ice at a Muskegon-area Walmart store.
3:00 PM Jul 18, 2012
A plan by state Rep. Roy Schmidt to switch from Democrat to run as a Republican in Michigan's 76th House District while persuading a part-time college student to seek the seat as a Democrat is legal, according to a prosecutor.