Four men from the Coopersville area charged with poaching ducks on the second day of the hunting season have obtained lawyers and received a delay in their arraignment date, according to Lt. Gerald Thayer of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ Plainwell office.
John Kozak's book, “Through the Eyes of Rose: A Mother's Flight to Freedom in a Memory Mosaic,” is a true story written as a tribute to his mother, Rose.
The community is invited to tour the renovated Grand Haven Department of Public Safety and Community Development building during a re-dedication event Thursday, from 4-6 p.m.
Ann Arbor could end up spending over $258,000 on deer management efforts next year.
Approximately 1,000 Grand Haven Board of Light & Power customers — including North Ottawa Community Hospital and Mary A. White Elementary School — were without power early Wednesday afternoon when wet tree limbs came down on some power lines.
Two seats are up for election on the Grand Haven Area Public Schools Board of Education.
SPRING LAKE TWP. – Township officials are inviting residents to a public engagement meeting to discuss the future of short-term residential rental laws.
A 41-year-old Grand Haven man was sent to jail for a year after he pleaded no contest to a second-degree criminal sexual conduct charge.
Tax return: Gov. Snyder's income, charitable giving steady
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Have you received a mailer urging you to vote “Yes” on Grand Haven Township’s upcoming zoning referendum?
Expect showers today after morning with breezy conditions and a high temperature of 46 degrees.
The trial for a 44-year-old Spring Lake man accused of sexually assaulting a girl on the softball team he coached has been rescheduled for early 2017.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
A new mini-pumper recently replaced a Ferrysburg fire truck taken out of service in 1995.
Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation last week: