It started with a twitching finger.
When the involuntary movement spread to his arm and worsened, Ron Smith suspected something was wrong.
His thoughts were confirmed several years ago when he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
Grand Haven Board of Light & Power customers will be paying slightly more for their energy beginning July 1.
As part of the municipal utility's recently approved budget, rates will be increased about 4.79 percent.
For Danny Hiemstra, painting requires standing almost nose-to-canvas with his project.
The Grand Haven man has 5/500 vision, meaning he is legally blind. With glasses, his vision varies from 20/400 to 20/600.
A Grand Haven woman and her 12-year-old son were ordered to leave their home Monday when police said they determined it was an unfit place to live.
Marijo Keller said she rented the home at 1720 Waverly Ave. from its owner, Gary Stillson.