Should Michigan lawmakers provide tax relief for all instead of favors to a select few?
Holland leaders are heralding a plan that would bring more than 50 apartment units to the city’s downtown.
February is a month of sharing the love, so I thought I’d give a shout out to our awesome hometown.
As Michigan faces increased pressure to fix its lowest-rated schools, the state’s approach to identifying and addressing poor academic performance itself needs some repair.
The state has invested time and money into implementing a strategy and understanding the data related to the negative impacts of excessive water withdrawal in Osceola County.
For several months I have been on a reading adventure, thanks to my Scrabble partner who couldn’t stop singing the praises of the Outlander books by Diana Gabaldon.
Some bright spots in the governor's state budget proposal may put some color back into public school classrooms.
The new administration in Washington has been rattling sabers — first with Mexico, then with North Korea and China, then with Iran. And who knows what messages we are sending to Russia?
The Lakeshore Dining Divas invited Doug Tjapkes, founder of Humanity for Prisoners in Grand Haven, and his wife, Marcia, to join them for dinner at the Sandy Point Beach House.
Arlan Meekhof is the majority leader of the Michigan Senate, and he thinks the conversations he and his colleagues in Lansing have about the state's business are no concern of yours and mine.
I am lucky to make my living as a writer. Due to my broad skill set, boundless curiosity and short attention span, my career path has been what a job counselor would call “non-linear,” which is a euphemism for “chronically unemployed.”
The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians is seeking a court order affirming its reservation boundaries in northwest Michigan in a legal battle that is likely to last years before it's resolved.
Tax season is upon us, and many of us are looking forward to a nice refund from Uncle Sam.
The poet Georgia Douglas Johnson opens her poem “Your World” with the line, “Your world is as big as you make it.”
It could be argued — convincingly, some might say — that sitting on a school board is among the most thankless jobs of its type out there.