Traffic on U.S. 31 north of Grand Haven was stalled, then stopped for more than three hours when a semitrailer truck went out of control and flipped onto its side about 10 a.m. Tuesday on the southbound lanes of the highway.
After watching her son make a full recovery from leukemia, Eileen Albrecht believes in metabolic miracles.
Her son, Ethan, ditched his disease from his deathbed with intense nutrition, according to Albrecht.
Sure, there was a great deal of concern with Grand Haven coach James Richardson when his Buccaneers' varsity wrestling program fell behind by double digits not once, but twice, during their Division 1 regional matches at East Kentwood High School on Wednesday.
A West Michigan woman is doing her part to leave a visual impact for the Tri-Cities Historical Museum's new "Birchbark and Bateaux' exhibit.
Lynn Huttinga spent the weekend at the museum's Akeley location painting a mural for the historical Native American exhibit.
Although Mother Nature was stingy with the snow, the heat was on at the Spring Lake Rotary Club's first-ever Snow Jam at Central Park.
About 150 people visited the heated tent throughout the day and evening to listen to live music, sip beer and chat with friends.
Gina Twa's wish to see her classmates at White Pines Middle School will come true just in time for her 15th birthday on Monday.
The Robinson Township girl left school in good health on Dec. 9, 2011 - a Friday.