The current U.S. Coast Guard cutter named Escanaba will be one of three ships to visit Grand Haven’s port during this year’s festival. It will be joined by the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Neah Bay and the Canadian Coast Guard’s Constable Carriere.
See how the new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium has changed the Grand Haven riverfront landscape.
It’s a busy weekend in Grand Haven, with the annual Grand Haven Art Festival, Soccer in the Sand and the arrival of the Queen’s Cup sailboat race participants.
Public works vehicles, a fire truck, ambulance, Harbor Transit trolley and a school bus were among the vehicles featured in the annual event used to kick off the summer reading program.
The Grand Haven Aviation Association will host its annual Dawn Patrol at the Grand Haven Memorial Airport, 16446 Comstock St., on Saturday.
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum recently announced that it has partnered with the creators of the smartphone app Vamonde to offer a series of free historic walking tours throughout the Grand Haven area.
Roughly 60 pieces of Coast Guard and Coast Guard Festival artifacts are featured in the exhibit, including ship models, documents, uniforms and past festival memorabilia.
Walker will be headlining the "Laugh Your Glass Off!" event on April 28 at the Charles A. Conklin American Legion Post 28, located at 700 S. Harbor Ave. in Grand Haven.
The new online software will allow fans of the waterfront fountain to choreograph their own shows to music.
A packed house greeted Gerald (the elephant) and Piggie as they entered the activity room on Monday morning.
As of late Friday afternoon, about 100 of the 250 eggs were still unclaimed.
The Grand Haven Musical Fountain Committee is looking to soon begin work on a campaign to raise the necessary funds to improve the fountain audio system.
Everything from paddle boats to multi-motored power boats was on display over the weekend at the Grand Rapids Boat Show held at DeVos Place.
U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard among ‘super heroes’ depicted during Frozen in Time
It was a super turnout for Grand Haven Main Street’s 8th annual Frozen in Time event on Saturday afternoon.
Downtown storefronts featured live, motionless mannequins from a super-hero movie or comic book, or a hometown hero. Each participating