Neighborhood Housing Services officials in Grand Haven have identified a potential funding shortfall for their services — but, despite that, they don’t believe there will be an interruption in local services.
The key players in the community cross controversy were present at Monday's City Council meeting — the mayor, the city manager, council members and the Norton
Shores residents behind the “Remove the Dewey Hill Cross” movement.
The Tri-Cities C.R.O.P. Hunger Walk kicks off Sunday at the United Methodist Church of the Dunes, 717 Sheldon Road in Grand Haven, with registration, a light soup luncheon and activities for younger walkers at 1 p.m.