The Ottawa County park has a new feature catered toward children with autism.
The Bolt Park Market is in full swing with market nights held every Tuesday, from 4-8 p.m., on the east side of Grand Haven.
The Grand Haven Township Board on Monday night unanimously approved conceptual plans for Schmidt Heritage Park, which would be located between Ferris and Lincoln streets, just west of the Cutter Park subdivision.
ROYAL OAK — The Detroit Zoo announced it has converted three bear habitats into one collective environment, more than doubling the space shared by three rescued grizzly bears.
The Village of Fruitport has acquired nearly 3 acres of waterfront property on Spring Lake.
For the first time in his fishing career, Tony Salerno, the president of the Grand Haven Offshore Challenge salmon fishing tournament, won the tournament at his home port on Sunday.
Jess Sory loves to explore the outdoors, and in her role as a naturalist with the Ottawa County Parks, she gets the chance to pass that passion on to others.
A community effort to bring extended paved shoulders for bicyclists who use Lakeshore Drive has been hailed as a success.
The Ottawa County Parks Foundation has raised nearly $5.7 million to-date for the Grand River Greenway and Idema Explorers Trail projects.
The channel bathrooms are open and the gates to the day-use area at the Grand Haven State Park will open no later than next Tuesday, according to Park Supervisor Matt Shaver.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office marine division and the Holland Coast Guard Auxiliary is getting ready for summer by hosting a free vessel safety inspection.
Bids for the Groesbeck and 152nd Avenue pathway extensions were recently released, and will come back for Township Board review later this month.
A surprising chorus of spring peepers. The up-and-down stairs and vistas of Rosy Mound Natural Area. The quiet, twisting waters of the Pigeon River at Hemlock Crossing.
Small ones scurried and they scooped at the Spring Lake Lions Club annual Easter egg hunt Saturday at Central Park.
Everything from paddle boats to multi-motored power boats was on display over the weekend at the Grand Rapids Boat Show held at DeVos Place.