Shoreline erosion this winter has gotten to the point that Phil Jonassen pulls homes off fou…
HOLLAND — The St. Benedict Institute will host a Traditional Latin Mass for the feast day of…
As the 2020 election approaches in the United States, President Donald Trump is adding schoo…
Dozens of runners took part in Friday's Winterfest Sleepwalker Run.
Scores and results from the rest of Friday's action:
SPRING LAKE TWP. — Reeths-Puffer head coach Lance Johnson was at one point a player and assi…
Here is what you told this week for our online poll:
The presidential election year gives Michigan school districts an extra opportunity to ask local voters to raise taxes to finance construction projects. The approach of that extra election date highlights the need for a more inclusive and transparent election process.
Ten years ago this week, a bogeyman was born. Its name is Citizens United, the Supreme Court ruling that struck down limits on independent corporate political spending and, liberal Cassandras say, ushered in a dystopian era in which big-money interests got official permission to buy democracy.
Mr. Douglas E. Gardner, age 81, passed away Tuesday, January 21, 2020, in Grand Haven. He was born January 16, 1939, in Grand Haven to Howard and Gertrude (Witt) Gardner.
Mrs. Shirley Jane (Van Zylen) D’Archangel-King, age 92, of Grand Haven and formerly of Murray, Kentucky, passed away Thursday, January 23, 2020, at Heartwood Lodge in Spring Lake, Michigan.
Ann Kammeraad, age 87, of Grand Haven passed away Wednesday, January 22, 2020, at Heartwood Lodge. She was born October 17, 1932, to Henry and Ann (Bergklint) Koppel in Muskegon, Michigan.