The chairperson of the Board of Commissioners will see a salary increase of 6 percent effective Jan. 1, 2019.
Keith Van Beek knows he fits into some Holland stereotypes.
Sen. Gary Peters toured Dream Winds Dairy farm on Friday, where he announced new, bipartisan legislation to preserve loans used by small farmers to start and grow their operations. The bill would ensure the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm
The move appears to be in violation of the Open Meetings Act, which allows citizens to know what their government is doing by requiring public bodies to conduct nearly all business in an open meeting.
Anna Perales, former deputy city clerk for Holland, resigned after officials found she lied about being grabbed by the mayor’s husband late last year.
After the retirement of Chief Bill Olney, the City Council voted to establish the committee to decide whether the city should keep the department or contract with the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.
Outgoing Mayor Dan Ruiter got a laugh from the gallery Monday night when he compared his last day at the helm of Ferrysburg’s City Council with his last days in school.
U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Zeeland, announced the next stop on his listening tour will take place Wednesday, Aug. 23, at Orchard View High School.
Idaho is now one of only two states that don't require personal financial disclosure by state lawmakers and other elected or appointed officials.
Homan, 67, has served as a township trustee for the past four and a half years. He’s moving out of the area.
After Wednesday’s announcement of Holland City Manager Ryan Cotton’s resignation, Holland City Council voted unanimously to accept it during a regular meeting later that day.
Ryan Cotton was previously the manager of Spring Lake Village and was previously Grand Haven’s city manager.
Federal judges on Monday peppered a lawyer for President Donald Trump with questions about whether the administration's travel ban discriminates against Muslims, the second time in a week the issue has been in court.
Declaring he was giving churches their "voices back," Trump signed the executive order Thursday at the White House as he marked the National Day of Prayer.
Heavy turnover at a job is never a good sign, and Senate Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof believes the same rings true for the Michigan Legislature.