12:00 PM Aug 25, 2012
Customers are being zapped with high electric bills. To blame is the summer heat wave.
6:00 AM Aug 25, 2012
Today: Sunny, with a high near 88. South-southwest wind around 9 mph.
12:31 AM Aug 25, 2012
Inland lake fishing is still going strong. Stream trout fishing is good however few anglers are taking advantage of it. The salmon runs are just getting started in the northern sections of the Lower Peninsula. No big numbers yet but the fish were starting to move.
12:30 AM Aug 25, 2012
The best word Grand Haven coach Mike Farley could come up with to describe his team's performance on Friday - resilient.
11:03 PM Aug 24, 2012
Shirley of Fruitport asks, "Is it state law not to drive in the left lane of a divided highway, like U.S. 31 north and south of Grand Haven and I-96, if you're not passing another car?"
11:02 PM Aug 24, 2012
Summer's winding down and the kids will be back in school in a little more than a week.
9:39 PM Aug 24, 2012
(UPDATE: Friday 5:05 p.m.) Police in St. Joseph said late this afternoon a toddler who was the subject of an Amber Alert has been recovered safely.
6:14 PM Aug 24, 2012
Today is an action day for elevated levels of ozone. Pollutants are expected to be in the "unhealthy for sensitive groups" range.
5:09 PM Aug 24, 2012
Village Council is attempting to reel in problems on the Tanglefoot Trailer Park docks.
5:08 PM Aug 24, 2012
Help to ease parking issues in downtown Grand Haven is coming, aimed to allow shoppers and diners more time.
2:52 PM Aug 24, 2012
Thursday night was like a family reunion for former Fruitport varsity football coach Steve Wilson.
2:51 PM Aug 24, 2012
The defense couldn't get a stop, and the offense wasn't moving the ball with any consistency.
1:30 PM Aug 24, 2012
Despite Spring Lake's loss in its first dual meet of the season at Byron Center on Thursday, first-year head coach Kim Arnold was encouraged by the early-season performances of several of her swimmers.
1:00 PM Aug 24, 2012
The government body that oversees the U.S. Postal Service has approved a plan that gives one of the nation's largest direct marketers a postage discount on advertising flyers known as "junk mail."