12:00 PM Jan 14, 2013
The first time the carnival rolled into town to occupy Washington Avenue more than 100 years ago, citizens of the city were concerned about whether the human oddities and shocking exhibitions would taint the wholesome community.
11:00 AM Jan 14, 2013
For workers at RAMI, taking time to learn about nutrition or participate in a physical activity doesn’t mean waiting until the end of the work day.
10:43 AM Jan 14, 2013
SL's Clauss' last-second 3-pointer off the mark, giving WMC non-conference win
10:41 AM Jan 14, 2013
Bruinsma's double-double helps Warriors improve to 8-3
10:39 AM Jan 14, 2013
Ruter wins 100-yard backstroke at Spring Lake Invitational
8:52 AM Jan 14, 2013
The poll is open until Wednesday evening
8:00 AM Jan 14, 2013
With 10 weeks to go, the Greater Ottawa County United Way Community Campaign is about two-thirds of the way to its $2.3 million goal.
7:00 AM Jan 14, 2013
A 50 percent chance of snow showers. Mostly sunny, with a high near 28.
6:00 AM Jan 14, 2013
It is shaping up to be a nasty flu season. Here are some key things to know about it:
6:00 PM Jan 13, 2013
A Traverse City utility may pull the plug on a windmill that's been familiar to motorists for years in the northwestern Lower Peninsula.
4:00 PM Jan 13, 2013
The Hope College Great Performance Series will present the Suspicious Cheese Lords at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18, in Dimnent Memorial Chapel.
2:00 PM Jan 13, 2013
Officials agreed Friday to state budget figures for Michigan that could mean no major cuts next fiscal year but no quick return to past spending levels in some areas, either, as the state enters its fourth year of modest economic growth after a decade-long recession.
12:00 PM Jan 13, 2013
A judge sentenced a substitute music teacher to five years in prison for having sex with a 17-year-old student and exchanging lewd cellphone photos and video with two other girls. And she lambasted his many supporters, saying they apparently didn't know the extent of his misdeeds.
10:00 AM Jan 13, 2013
The Catholic Diocese of Raleigh, N.C., is still months away from breaking ground on its new cathedral off Western Boulevard, but already it has bought the windows.
9:35 AM Jan 13, 2013
Ottawa County deputies are looking for the people who broke into a Robinson Township business and took a collection of guns.
8:00 AM Jan 13, 2013
Hope Reformed Church will host a mobile food pantry on Thursday, Jan. 17.