FULL STORY: A spattering of cheers filled the air Wednesday afternoon as officers from the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety fished an adult tricycle from the Grand River.
UPDATED: 3:15 p.m. Wednesday, June 20, 2018 - Bike located and pulled from channel
Nearly 100 artists are expected to fill the first three blocks of Washington Avenue this weekend for the Grand Haven Art Festival.
A group of officers clad in lightweight dry suits worked off Grand Haven’s south pier in steady wind and rain on Tuesday.
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.
City prepares for June 21 ribbon cutting for new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium.
The overnight sailboat race across Lake Michigan departs from Milwaukee for Grand Haven on Friday, June 22.
Grand Haven resident Sue Metzler said she is proud that she’s a U.S. Army veteran with a strong love of her country. And that’s what the American flag represents to her: love of country and freedom.
Waterfront memorial service pays tribute to Escanaba crew on 75th anniversary of sinking.
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the sinking of the Escanaba during World War II, the Coast Guard Festival committee hosted a memorial service this morning at Escanaba Park. The service featured the dedication of an area with the names of the
The site at 1305 S. Beacon Blvd. will include a new Planet Fitness, relocated @Home Realty office, a new Fit Body Boot Camp and space for a future tenant.
Public works vehicles, a fire truck, ambulance, Harbor Transit trolley and a school bus were among the vehicles featured in the annual event used to kick off the summer reading program.
Open house and ceremony to take place June 16 from 1-4 p.m.
Saturday morning showers didn’t stop Feast of the Strawberry Moon organizers and attendees from enjoying a reenactment of the fur trade period in American History at Harbor Island.
Construction officials say any amount of surface water that washes over the pier interferes with the workers’ ability to pour concrete, weld and install the steel forms for the new pier surface, and also poses a risk for losing equipment and materials.