WEDNESDAY, MAY 23
MUSKEGON COUNTY — One person is dead following a semi-truck crash in Muskegon County on Monday, May 21.
Under current law, electric providers must reach 15 percent renewable energy by the end of 2021. The two major utilities now will target a 25 percent mix by 2030.
Grand Haven Department of Public Safety K-9 officer Remax has a new bullet and stab protective vest, thanks to a donation from Vested Interest in K-9s Inc.
Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation last week:
The redevelopment of a Robbins Road property caused several businesses to scramble for a new location, including a thrift store that helps fund part of the tuition for Grand Haven Christian School students.
Steve Negen raised a toast in an emotional farewell as a group of family and friends closed down the 30th annual and last-ever Great Lakes Kite Festival late Sunday afternoon at Grand Haven State Park.
The Grand Haven High School Science Olympiad team placed 16th out of 60 teams at Saturday’s National Science Olympiad Tournament, held at Colorado State University, in Ft. Collins, Colorado
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
TUESDAY, MAY 22
Harbor Drive between Lake and Grand avenues will be closed Monday to allow completion of the installation of a water service and paving at the Noto’s at the Bil-Mar restaurant construction site, 1223 S. Harbor Drive.
Oklahoma’s 128 tribal casinos host 46 million visits and rake in $4.5 billion a year — but there isn’t a single billboard in the state that tells problem gamblers where they can find help.
Primary election season is still young, but the liberal wing of the Democratic Party is already celebrating.
The proposed lead and copper rules, first announced in 2016 in the wake of the Flint water crisis and formally unveiled in 2017, will take effect unless a legislative committee objects by June.