FRIDAY, March 23
Spring kicked off with a wallop of wintry weather along the East Coast as the fourth nor'easter in three weeks dumped more than a foot of snow in some places Wednesday.
The Michigan Shipwreck Research Association will tell the story of that shipwreck and others at an upcoming event in Holland.
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ALLENDALE — Tuesday was a national day of celebration for farmers.
Members of the West Michigan chapter of the American Foundry Society and local foundry workers volunteered in Jamie Stahl’s industrial arts class for “foundry in a box” on Tuesday.
GHCS students will perform “Mary Poppins Jr.” at 6:30 p.m. today, March 21, and Thursday, March 22, in the school’s gymnasium.
Death certificate shows teen died of asphyxia, strangulation; Grand Rapids man sentenced for Las Vegas shooting threat
Community Campaign co-chairpersons Mark and Lori Wilson announced Tuesday night that the 2017-18 campaign grew by 1 percent, with a total of $2,301,538 given and pledged.
Spring sprung Tuesday, but it’s still chilly.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
THURSDAY, March 22
LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed a $175 million influx of spending on Michigan's deteriorating roads and bridges, urging pothole-weary drivers to be patient while a separate transportation-funding law continues to be phased in by 2021.
NORTH MUSKEGON — Officials will soon begin cleaning up lead and petroleum contamination from a former oil refinery in the Muskegon area.
Earning the first-place award for her school in the America & Me Essay Contest was Carolina Brooks of Grand Haven.