The 14th annual Salmon Festival wrapped up Sunday afternoon with a hike at Kitchel Lindquist Dunes.
Tie-died t-shirts and groovy buses were all part of the annual Community Picnic held Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, at Grand Haven's Central Park. The event commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Loutit District Library and the Grand Haven Community
City officials dressed in tie-died t-shirts were in a light-hearted mood Sunday as they celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Loutit District Library and Grand Haven Community Center during the annual community picnic.
Tonight’s Musical Fountain season finale will include the debut of new features that will be a part of the future of the fountain, all thanks to a city partnership with Grand Valley State University.
The Save the Catwalk Committee was able to tour the pier and view the progress that has been made while the construction workers ate their lunch.
Save the Catwalk committee members treated pier reconstruction contractors to lunch on Wednesday afternoon in appreciation for their work on the south pier. The committee was able to tour pier repair progress while the workers were eating.
Get ready to enjoy a weekend full of food, wine, beer, cider, live music, art, family fun and more during the Grand Haven Salmon Festival, Sept. 14-15.
Grand Haven Main Street officials have announced the details about ArtWalk 2017, which begins Sept. 28 and lasts 11 days.
Save the Catwalk organizers received some much-needed support from the Rotary Club of Grand Haven to help them reach their $1 million goal.
A new billboard unveiled Thursday on the south side of Grand Haven is designed to encourage local officials to speed up efforts to close the city’s coal-fired power plant, as well as to “get the citizens excited about moving to clean energy,” its supporters say.
The city has given the OK for permanent summer parking rules for several downtown Grand Haven parking lots after a summer-long trial period.
A doe and two fawns attracted a lot of attention as they snacked along the roadside on a main route to Grand Haven’s waterfront late last week.
Approximately 150 people walked under cloudy, but warm skies during the annual Labor Day Third Street Bridge Walk on Monday.
The results of a 2016 summer tourism study of the city by Grand Valley State University researchers have shed light on what drives visitors to the area.