Why are the residents of a nearby senior citizen community so upset over the closing of the Burger King on M-104?
Over the past few weeks, we’ve celebrated the graduation of hundreds of local high school seniors. We’ve heard stirring speeches by valedictorians and class presidents, principals and superintendents.
Although the pumped-up gas prices might be enough to keep you from heading out of town for a summer getaway, we urge you to reconsider canceling your summer vacation plans.
The backbone of a strong community lies within the foundation of its social programming.
According to the MEA, 71 percent of its members surveyed oppose allowing school employees to carry firearms on school campuses.
The recently released 2017 Ottawa County Youth Assessment Survey unveiled noteworthy statistics about our local teens.
At first glance, it appears Grand Haven officials are considering playing a “shell game” with city taxpayers when it comes to funding the all-important infrastructure — streets, water mains and sewer lines.
Last week, a Michigan high school made news by announcing that it would bring a supply of pink “modesty ponchos” to its prom Saturday night.
One of our state’s assets is its vast water supply, from the Great Lakes to many inland lakes and streams. But Michigan’s water supply has been grabbing attention for all the wrong reasons these past few years.
Sunday, April 22, is Earth Day, and throughout the weekend various groups both locally and across the nearly 200 nations that recognize the annual environmental holiday will celebrate it.
There are lists that rank the top places to vacation, to live, to raise a family, to retire, to spend your money, and on and on. You’ve seen them. We’ve reported on some of them in the past.
A couple of West Michigan doctors say the decision six years ago to relax the state’s motorcycle helmet law needs to be seriously re-examined. We think we should listen to the doctors.
As Michigan residents, we all know that spring weather means it’s time for a quick steer to the right or left to avoid the inevitable road craters on our roads and streets.
For the past week, black-and-white photographs adorned the walls of Grand Haven High School.
The staff at the Grand Haven Board of Light & Power made big news last month when they recommended to BLP trustees that the Sims power plant on Harbor Island close by the end of June 2020.