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
Police responded to the restaurant at 1617 S. Beacon Blvd. at 3:12 p.m. after an employee reported taking a call of a bomb threat. The restaurant was immediately evacuated and barricades were put up in front it.
The worst of the rain and strong winds held off just long enough to get Grand Haven Department of Public Safety’s Fire Prevention Week open house in full swing on Saturday.
Two Grand Haven women suffered minor injuries in a crash shortly before 8:30 a.m. Monday at the intersection of Taylor Avenue and Ferry Street.
As schools kick off the 2017-18 school year, drivers are reminded to take it slow and be safe.
Grand Haven Department of Public Safety K-9 ReMax will receive a bullet- and stab-protective vest, thanks to a charitable donation from the non-profit Vested Interest in K9s Inc.
UPDATE 6:10 p.m. Sunday: The driver of the blue truck has been identified, but his name has not been released.
A boat with an injured child on board was given permission to ignore no-wake rules and proceed to a Grand Haven marina as quickly as possible Sunday evening, an official said.
The residents from four apartments in Grand Haven were forced to evacuate their building after a gas line was accidentally hit and opened early Tuesday afternoon, police said.
Charges are pending against the driver and one of the passengers of a vehicle that fled from police and crashed into a house in Grand Haven on Friday night.
A Rockford man, already serving prison time for similar charges in Kent County, was sentenced this week in Ottawa County Circuit Court on two counts of armed robbery last summer in Grand Haven.
A man riding a personal watercraft and signaling for help early Thursday afternoon on Lake Michigan managed to get his machine running again to safely get to shore.
Officials are still investigating the cause of a fire that closed a Grand Haven Factory Tuesday afternoon.
A straw angel fell onto a floor lamp and the smoldering decoration caused the apartment to start filling with smoke.
Fire broke out in the powder collector area of the Seaver Finishing facility at 1645 Marion St. on Tuesday, May 9, 2017. Several fire departments responded to the scene and discovered fire through the roof.