The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety will use a recent donation to purchase beach safety equipment, as well as equipment for the department’s K-9 unit.
Grand Haven Board of Light & Power customers should see stability in their electric rates, based on the recently approved BLP business plan.
As children wind down the school year at Spring Lake Intermediate School, a stately tree that greets them every morning in the drop-off lane is preparing for a final goodbye.
Local teen excels in academics, athletics and scouting.
“The two-road, one-way pair is a vestige of a time long gone,” Councilman Bob Monetza said.
The winner will work with designers and Leathers and Associates to help the blueprint come to life during build week, which is slated for Oct. 9-14.
The Grand Haven street department will be closing Harbor Avenue, between First Street and Columbus Avenue, to through-traffic on Wednesday, May 23.
Police have released the names of the victims in a fatal car versus semi-truck crash that occurred early Monday morning near Twin Lake.
As part of its ongoing effort to build a sustainable infrastructure funding plan, city leaders are taking a look at the rates charged for water and sewer use and whether an update is needed.
A Ludington man faces up to life in prison after pleading no contest to charges in Ottawa County that he assaulted and imprisoned his girlfriend shortly before Christmas.
Grand Haven Department of Public Safety K-9 officer Remax has a new bullet and stab protective vest, thanks to a donation from Vested Interest in K-9s Inc.
The redevelopment of a Robbins Road property caused several businesses to scramble for a new location, including a thrift store that helps fund part of the tuition for Grand Haven Christian School students.
Steve Negen raised a toast in an emotional farewell as a group of family and friends closed down the 30th annual and last-ever Great Lakes Kite Festival late Sunday afternoon at Grand Haven State Park.
The Grand Haven High School Science Olympiad team placed 16th out of 60 teams at Saturday’s National Science Olympiad Tournament, held at Colorado State University, in Ft. Collins, Colorado
Harbor Drive between Lake and Grand avenues will be closed Monday to allow completion of the installation of a water service and paving at the Noto’s at the Bil-Mar restaurant construction site, 1223 S. Harbor Drive.