Area residents flocked to the lakes, beaches and ice cream stores as temperatures hit a record high along the lakeshore on Saturday.
City leaders hope to be able to take advantage of a $20,000 Department of Natural Resources grant to help them better manage the city’s urban forest.
Local police are warning area business owners and residents about a scam.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Police are seeking information on an attempted sexual assault that took place late Saturday night near the Grand Valley State University campus.
A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week. None of these stories are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media.
MUSKEGON — Muskegon Community College’s Downtown Center will be known as the Carolyn I. and Peter Sturrus Technology Center after the local couple donated a record $1.5 million gift to the College to name the facility. The announcement was made at the MCC Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday afternoon.
In addition to being named a National Merit semifinalist, Noah Merriman’s score on the ACT is also gaining him recognition.
UPDATE 10:30 p.m.: Grand Haven Board of Light and Power spokesperson Renee Molyneux said that a lightning arrestor burned up near the Third Street Bridge, causing a power outage for approximately 3,700 customers.
With Michigan being home to 111 tree cities — two located right here in northwest Ottawa County in Grand Haven and Spring Lake — there is ample opportunity to find the perfect place to view fall color.
Kent County warns about West Nile virus; Leaders: $271B needed for creaky Great Lakes water systems
The hot weather will continue through the weekend into early next week, with high temperatures through the weekend running in the upper 80s to low 90s.
A five-week basic training course will begin Oct. 23 for residents interested in becoming part of Ottawa County’s Community Emergency Response Team.
As more than 700 volunteers roamed Ottawa County Thursday, working on more than 50 projects for those in need — everything from landscaping to fix-ups – there's more at stake then what helpful hands can accomplish in one day.