With a month until Holland's Tulip Time, the flowers have now made it clear they're not waiting for May.
The unseasonably warm weather in March has led to many of the tulips going into full bloom early.
Grand Haven's Collette Hansen, a junior at the University of Detroit, earned her first collegiate victory as she captured medalist honors at the Detroit Titan Invitational at the Western Golf & Country Club in Redford on Tuesday.
Bowing to the inevitable after an improbably resilient run for the White House, Rick Santorum quit the presidential race on Tuesday, clearing the way for Mitt Romney to claim the Republican nomination.
A weekly newspaper in Clare County that has been in business for more than a century is closing its doors.
Tuesday marked the last issue of The Clare Sentinel, which began publication in 1879 and carried on its pages over the years news that was commonplace and historical.
Gov. Rick Snyder signed two laws Monday intended to accelerate private development of the Michigan State Fairgrounds, a 160-acre site where urban met rural for more than a century and where a racehorse named Seabiscuit got his start.
Village Council decided Monday that "mum' would be the word on a grassroots petition drive that aims to put disincorporation before voters this summer.
Although the item was on the agenda, council members said they didn't feel comfortable discussing the possibility of dissolving into Spring Lake Township unless the question actually makes it to the Aug. 7 ballot.