LANSING — The fate of Detroit's debt-ridden school district rests with the Michigan Legislature, where lawmakers have passed widely different restructuring plans and have just six weeks to resolve their differences before a summer adjournment.
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Joyce Rhodes’ first job with Michigan State Parks came by pure chance.
The Michigan Department of Transportation announced lane closures for the US 31 bridge over the Grand River.
The 200 block of North Third Street in Grand Haven will be closed through Tuesday, May 10, for the repair of the sewer main.
Each Friday on the pages of the Tribune and online at grandhaventribune.com, we will highlight a Classroom of the Week.
Spring is here, and that means the return of warm weather, sunny skies and fresh produce from area farms.
Here’s what’s making the news across Michigan today:
SPRING LAKE — Ottawa County Judge Ed Post was honored Thursday night as the 2016 recipient of the local Chamber of Commerce’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
Today: Sunny, with a high near 61. Calm wind becoming south-southwest 5 to 8 mph in the morning.
1. THE SPEAKER HAS SPOKEN
A 53-year-old Coopersville man said he was wet, cold and tired, but otherwise OK after falling into the Grand River near Grand Haven’s north pier Thursday evening.
ROBINSON TWP. — A Holland woman was sent to the hospital after her car collided with a pickup truck at a Robinson Township intersection Thursday morning.
HOLLAND — Tulip wall? Yes please.
HOLLAND — The Holland Department of Public Safety is investigating an unarmed robbery that occurred Wednesday night in the area of Washington Avenue and Matt Urban Drive.
Smile Orthodontics' new shuttle service is giving patients and their families a lot to smile about.