LANSING — State Rep. Jim Lilly, R-Park Township, last week launched the bipartisan MI Future Caucus, a caucus made up of 50 legislators younger than 40.
West Michigan Academy of Arts and Academics students have been working with guests all this week to learn about and experience all forms of art during the charter school’s annual Festival of the Arts.
In February, Mary A. White Elementary School kicked off an initiative called #CommmunityOfReaders.
School: Rosy Mound Elementary School
Soo Locks scheduled to open Sunday.
Coast Guard Festival Director Mike Smith said details and dates of the ship’s visit are still being finalized.
DNR bans open burning in 15 mid-Michigan counties; man who fled police, killed 2 in car crash, is charged
The local YMCA’s Board of Directors has named David Burdo, director of membership and marketing, as interim CEO as it searches for a permanent director.
Throughout Thursday evening, employers and organizations provided information and answered questions at the Disability Network Lakeshore’s Accessibility Expo at the Grand Haven Community Center.
Lots of sunshine, but still a little chilly.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
SATURDAY, March 24
The Muskegon County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Justin Lee Holt, 35, who was last seen Jan. 3 in Holton.
Market Day at Peach Plains Elementary School.
LANSING — Michigan motorists would have to allow 3 feet of clearance while passing a bike on the road unless it is "impracticable" under legislation approved Wednesday by the state House, which also voted to require teen drivers to learn about laws pertaining to cyclists and other vulnerable roadway users.