Firefighters from three departments battled a pole barn fire in Port Sheldon Township early Friday afternoon.
Recipients of the state funding would include Ottawa County Parks, the City of Grand Haven and Crockery Township.
Ottawa County Central Dispatch is making progress with its ongoing effort to roll out a new countywide emergency communications system.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office is hosting Shop with a Sheriff on Tuesday, Dec. 5.
CROCKERY TWP. — A 40-year-old Hudsonville woman was injured in a one-car crash near Nunica early Tuesday morning.
More than 50 mailboxes were damaged by vandals in Kent County and Tallmadge Township between Wednesday night, Nov. 23 and Thursday morning, Nov. 24.
The Michigan Supreme Court has reappointed Ottawa County’s 20th Circuit Court Judge Jon Van Allsburg as chief judge for a term expiring Dec. 31, 2019.
HOLLAND — Grand Haven resident Lia Elaine Thomas, 18, has been arraigned in 58th District Court on a felonious assault charge after allegedly stabbing another woman in the face.
Arlette Quistian from the County Clerk/Register of Deeds Office and Andrew Hafler from the Sheriff's Office have been recognized as Ottawa County’s Outstanding Customer Service Award recipients for the third quarter of 2017.
Local police strive to help area homeless population
The Ottawa County Sheriff's Office is asking for help locating a missing man from Jamestown Township.
HOLLAND TWP. — A Holland Township man died and his passenger was seriously injured in a one-car crash early Sunday morning on 136th Avenue.
Three people were injured and two drivers ticketed in separate Ottawa County crashes caused by possible cellphone distractions.
ZEELAND — Ottawa County Treasurer Bradley Slagh of Zeeland announced that he has filed the necessary paperwork to run on the Republican ticket for the 90th District of the Michigan House of Representatives.
New funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will be used to take aim at a threat to hemlock trees across West Michigan.