UPDATED: 10:15 p.m. Sunday
The city this week chipped in $15,000 to provide a jumpstart to the Reimagine Project’s $500,000 fundraising goal.
A Grand Haven Department of Public Works employee was transported to North Ottawa Community Hospital on Wednesday morning after being hit by a car.
Grand Haven City Council on Monday night unanimously approved a resolution creating the formation of a an ad-hoc committee to study the issue of housing affordability within the city.
Thousands line the streets for annual Jingle Bell Parade
Susan Carlson said it finally sunk in Wednesday night that she would never talk to her younger brother again.
Developers have requested the city and township consider the agreement, which would allow the city to conditionally transfer property to the township for a period of not more than 50 years.
Police revealed Monday afternoon that discarded cigarette butts were the cause of a fire that killed a 71-year-old Grand Haven man.
The historic coal tipple along Harbor Drive remains on the city’s artifact to-do list, three years after engineers worked to evaluate the condition of the structure.
Your parents pass you along to your grandparents. You are living a fine life. Then both grandparents pass away within six months. You have no place to go so you stay in their home until the bank takes it away. Utilities have been long turned off. What do you do?
One person was seriously injured and two people suffered minor injuries in an early morning house fire on Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017, in Grand Haven. Photos by Becky Vargo
UPDATED 10:45 a.m. Saturday
Light night apparently lit up sales last weekend for local businesses, and small business owners hope for more of the same tomorrow during Small Business Saturday.
Grand Haven City Council has taken the first step toward taking a harder look at the issue of affordable housing within the community.
More than 380 people attended this year’s Soup for All event, which raised awareness about homelessness and also raised money to help Tri-Cities families in need.