Local vinyl record enthusiast Brett Billedeau traveled back more than 40 years and crossed the border to pay tribute to one of the great singer-songwriters of the 1970s.
In his blog, the Rev. Dr. Jared Cramer of Grand Haven lays out why he supports a proposed “full communion” between the Episcopal Church and United Methodist Church.
The school districts may be exaggerating the harm, says a blogger for the Mackinac Center.
For decades, Congressional Republicans have been waging an unpopular crusade to unravel these programs, U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee says.
In a post dated Oct. 19, the same night the Grand Haven varsity football team blew away their opponents, Doug Tjapkes penned a post for the Humanity for Prisoners’ blog about his son.
In the North Atlantic Ocean, as “Taps” was played over the ship’s sound system, the crew of the Legare gathered Sept. 27 to honor Signalman First Class Douglas Munro’s courageous sacrifice.
The local visitors bureau’s blog lists nine places around town where you can grab a taste of autumn.
Blogger Penelope Trunk has been obsessed with Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the controversial Supreme Court nominee.
How much do you tip for service at a restaurant?
In a front page story, the Detroit Free Press reported that “Detroit schools are grinding out another ‘lost generation.’” The article says that up to 40 percent of the district’s students leave or graduate without mastering “simple arithmetic.”
Considering solar energy for your home, farm or business? It’s easier than you might expect, says Beau Brockett, writing for the West Michigan Environmental Action Council’s blog.
Randi Weingarten, who serves as president of the American Federation of Teachers, asks if DeVos intends to have a kindergarten teacher interacting with her students with a holstered gun on her hip.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Zac Edwards was celebrating the future he would spend with his new bride on a warm summer afternoon in Orange Beach, Alabama. But that future would soon be in jeopardy.
Dr. Brian Stork recently wrote about how the sale of flowers could help hundreds of Muskegon-area teens and young adults who have “aged-out” of the foster care system and are struggling.
Taxpayers in cities across the state are paying large amounts of overtime and extra pay to municipal employees, writes Jarrett Skorup for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy blog.