A packed house greeted Gerald (the elephant) and Piggie as they entered the activity room on Monday morning.
As families prepare for spring break vacations, there are a few steps they can take to be healthy on their travels.
Public safety officials offered some advice for people who are traveling — which, for local schools, runs from April 2-6.
To some, spring break means a sunny vacation somewhere warm, but getting there can strain your body.
Before going on a trip, there a lot of things to remember. But if you have a pet, make sure you have made arrangements for them to be cared for.
Grand Haven Public Safety Director Jeff Hawke offered some advice for people who are traveling over the upcoming spring break.
Allison Boyer, the head of Youth Services at Loutit District Library offers some advice on how to keep young ones entertained during a trip.
Spring break is a great time to pack up the car and drive somewhere warm. Here are some tips on how to make sure your vehicle is safe and ready to go.