The 16th annual Grand Haven Tribune People’s Choice Awards nomination period kicked off this week.
A new brewery opened up in Saugatuck on Friday in the historic Red Barn building.
A downtown Grand Haven lunch spot and bakery is closing after more than 13 years in business.
Purchase agreement in place between Panera Bread and longtime Grand Haven chili dog restaurant.
On a splendid Saturday afternoon, Chad Jungels sat outside Cold Spring Brewing Co. with his hands wrapped around a glass of his favorite beer.
Don’t tell hot online brands rushing to open stores in desirable urban neighborhoods.
The downtown Grand Haven brewpub is taking over space formerly leased by Coffee Grounds and the Dockside women and men's clothing stores in Harbourfront Place.
The “Climbing the Customer Service Pyramid” training seminar is open to the public. It will take place Wednesday, Jan. 9.
Robbinswood Assisted Living Community has been honored as one of the top senior living communities in the nation.
Muskegon-area store is on the list of planned closures.
The event took place Sept. 9 at Hampton Green Farm in Fruitport Township.
It began when Debbie McDermott allowed her daughter Jamie to raise two sheep for a 4-H project. Eventually, her 165-year-old farm was transformed into a successful, family-run, custom fiber processing mill.
Fortress Stabilization Systems, a local basement wall repair company, is the second largest contributor with a $12,000 donation.
Grand Haven City Council debated the price of an elephant ear Monday while considering whether food vendors during Coast Guard Festival are stealing business from permanent downtown restaurants.
(EDITOR’s NOTE: This story has been updated. A hotel and amenities building for season vendors were proposed for the development in March, but those items have been eliminated from current plans.)