Officially, it hit 56 in Muskegon and 61 in Grand Rapids on Tuesday afternoon.
Renovations slated at Grand Haven’s Waterfront Stadium forced out the local transportation museum last fall.
An ambulance transported one driver to North Ottawa Community Hospital following a two-car, rollover crash late Sunday afternoon at the intersection of Beacon Boulevard and Washington Avenue.
City Council on Monday night unanimously approved the rezoning of the property at 1223 S. Harbor Ave. to planned development in order to facilitate the reconstructed restaurant space.
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Four naturalization ceremonies held at Loutit District Library
45 people representing 25 different countries became U.S. citizens in a natural ceremony held Thursday morning, Feb. 23, 2018, at Loutit District Library in Grand Haven. Photos by Becky Vargo
The Grand Haven Musical Fountain Committee is looking to soon begin work on a campaign to raise the necessary funds to improve the fountain audio system.
Fluctuating temperatures, melting snow and heavy rains are beginning to take their toll on area roads in the form of potholes.
Loutit District Library officials say they’ve been able to refinance bonds associated with the expansion and renovation of the library more than 10 years ago, which will result in savings to local taxpayers.
A 65-year-old Grand Haven woman has been ordered to serve 15 days in jail for setting fire to a mobile home last summer.
Emergency crews responded to Mulligan’s Hollow on Sunday for the second time over the weekend to help an injured snowboarder.
An ambulance transported one driver to the hospital following a two-car crash Thursday afternoon on northbound Beacon Boulevard at Fulton Avenue in Grand Haven.
The city and township planning commissions met Tuesday night to learn more about new developments proposed along Robbins Road in the township.
Last week, Grand Haven City Council designated the southeast face of the dune a “no trespassing” area, corresponding with work being done to restore a part of the dune.
It was a super turnout for Grand Haven Main Street’s 8th annual Frozen in Time event on Saturday afternoon.
Downtown storefronts featured live, motionless mannequins from a super-hero movie or comic book, or a hometown hero. Each participating