Turnout was low and voting was slow, but steady as expected in the Grand Haven general election.
The 2018 Harbor Drive infrastructure reconstruction project has brought to light discussions about the future of the city’s downtown snowmelt system.
The event will take place Thursday, Nov. 9, at The Grand Hall in Harbourfront Place in downtown Grand Haven. Doors open at 5:45 p.m.
The first female pastor in Second Christian Reformed Church history said she is eager to get beyond that title and on to business as usual at the Grand Haven church.
A construction crew used a large excavator to knock down the more than century-old white house at 26 Howard Ave., a block off Harbor Drive near downtown Grand Haven.
Here's a gallery of photos showing the before and after of the $1.4 million renovation of the Grand Haven Board of Light & Power's Eaton Drive service center. The local utility hosted an open house on Wednesday night to showcase the newly-remodeled
The local power provider hosted an open house at its service center, 1700 Eaton Drive, on Wednesday evening to celebrate the completion of its $1.4 million renovation project.
The season's first snowfall stopped in time for hundreds of people to descend on downtown Grand Haven for the annual trick-or-treating from 4-6 p.m.
UPDATE: Suspect has been identified. The investigation is continuing, according to a Grand Haven Department of Public Safety official.
The Grand Haven Area Community Foundation is being recognized by the city for its years of community dedication, a recognition that coincides with the 28th annual Community Foundation Week.
This question-and-answer features the two candidates who are running for the Grand Haven mayor’s seat: incumbent Geri McCaleb, and challenger and current City Councilman Mike Fritz.
A Wyoming man suffered head and neck injuries in a crash late Sunday afternoon at the intersection of southbound U.S. 31 and Washington Avenue in Grand Haven.
A West Michigan non-profit organization has gifted a 1.2-acre plot of undeveloped land to the City of Grand Haven.
The plaintiffs’ attorney says her clients have decided to continue on to the next step, which means appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court.
City residents had a chance to hear from all of the candidates running for Grand Haven mayor and City Council on Monday night.