SPRING LAKE — Earlier this week, the village received two checks from Consumers Energy as part of its tree grant program.
SPRING LAKE — Kim VanKampen's redevelopment plans for downtown Spring Lake appear to be creating a symbiotic energy with other local development interests.
The number of business participants may have been down, but the holiday spirit was bright during the 12th annual Holiday Decorating Contest in the Village of Spring Lake.
SPRING LAKE — A communication breakdown led to snow-covered roads in the Village of Spring Lake on Saturday morning.
The charter revision question on Tuesday’s ballot was voted down, 238-153.
In a new report, an arborist notes that the more than 100-year-old tree is showing signs of stress and thinning. The report recommends removal given the high-traffic area and potential for injuries and damaged property.
Here’s what you can expect to find on the ballot in the Tri-Cities:
Hanks said her reason for wanting to recall Hatton on the latest petition is simply because Hatton is promoting the disincorporation of the Village of Spring Lake.
Spring Lake Village President Joyce Hatton is formally appealing the July 19 Ottawa County Elections Commission decision approving language of a recall petition filed against her.
Petition language to recall Spring Lake Village President Joyce Hatton was approved by a 2-1 vote Wednesday afternoon by the Ottawa County Election Commission.
Spring Lake Village President Joyce Hatton and Village Councilwoman Megan Doss tell us why they’re in favor of, or opposed to, disincorporation
The phone service to Spring Lake Village and Township offices is out due to a damaged line.
SPRING LAKE VILLAGE — Firefighters responding to an alarm at a residence on the corner of Liberty and Buchanan Street discovered a faulty smoke detector in the attic, according to Spring Lake Fire Capt. Scott Smith.
SPRING LAKE – A special committee formed to explore the pros and cons of disincorporating the Village of Spring Lake made a three-part recommendation to Village Council on Monday night.
Spring Lake Village Council reacted positively Monday night when Crockery Township Supervisor Leon Stille asked for a $600,000 loan to help fund the next two phases of the North Bank Trail.