5:00 PM Aug 12, 2013
Treesa of Robinson Township asked, "Who flies the crop duster I’ve named '5 O’clock Charlie' (those who watched 'MASH' know what I’m talking about). How long has he been doing it?"
3:00 PM Aug 12, 2013
Last week, a total of 15 professional baseball players were handed 50-game suspensions for their involvement with Biogenesis, a clinic that provided performance-enhancing drugs to pro athletes.
1:30 PM Aug 12, 2013
Sounds of delightful squeals filled Dewey Hill where music for the Musical Fountain normally plays.
12:54 PM Aug 12, 2013
Cousins put on a show at youth race
12:00 PM Aug 12, 2013
While the robbery of The Peoples Savings Bank of Grand Haven 80 years ago by Baby Face Nelson and his cohorts ranks as the most famous in Ottawa County history, one of the most peculiar bank robberies involved a talking doll that essentially outed the mastermind of the 1931 Hudsonville bank heist.
11:32 AM Aug 12, 2013
Witnesses said an aggressively driven black BMW caused the driver of a pickup truck with a camper to lose control and roll the vehicles Sunday afternoon on I-96.
10:00 AM Aug 12, 2013
Safer together. That’s the goal of River Haven Village residents Larry Kimble and Ken Sovis, the leaders of the neighborhood’s association.
8:00 AM Aug 12, 2013
It was like Christmas in July for Harbor Transit, as the transportation provider took delivery of several new vehicles.
7:00 AM Aug 12, 2013
A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 73.
5:33 AM Aug 12, 2013
A federal court Friday delivered a harsh review of Michigan's Republican-controlled Legislature, saying lawmakers appear to ignore the state constitution in giving some laws immediate effect when the votes don't add up.
9:35 PM Aug 11, 2013
John, 6, and Charlie, 5, Holt peered at mesh armor and tried to lift colorful shields Sunday at the Michigan Pirate Festival on Harbor Island.
5:00 PM Aug 11, 2013
Gov. Rick Snyder is hoping to boost regional economies across Michigan by enticing local agencies to come up with more cohesive plans for their future.
2:15 PM Aug 11, 2013
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum is inviting the public to its annual event celebrating summer, ice cream and the historic 1223 locomotive.
12:00 PM Aug 11, 2013
Public health officials and doctors who worry that not enough Michigan children are immunized against diseases must combat a trend not helpful to their cause: More parents are simply refusing to get their kids vaccinated.
10:00 AM Aug 11, 2013
A special presentation by author, theologian and educator Bert Ghezzi is on tap at the Knights of Columbus hall, 1416 Washington Ave. in Grand Haven, for 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 1.