Deputies of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office shared ice cream with local children at the “Cops and Cones” event on June 9 at Miss Lisa’s in Ferrysburg.
Saturday morning showers didn’t stop Feast of the Strawberry Moon organizers and attendees from enjoying a reenactment of the fur trade period in American History at Harbor Island.
The Village of Fruitport has acquired nearly 3 acres of waterfront property on Spring Lake.
The event is an informal time where residents of all ages can meet their local law enforcement teams, ask questions and introduce concerns.
More than 100 runners raced around Harbor Island and Grand Haven on Saturday, helping raise funds for the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety’s Teaching, Educating and Mentoring program (formerly known as D.A.R.E.)
From a state where water is plentiful to a country where it is often not, a Mudita Gift will travel 7,800 miles to help bring water for drinking and irrigation to a Kenyan village.
Longtime Tribune newsroom staffer recalls the trials of the storm 20 years ago today.
The results of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2326 14th Annual Rib Fest are in.
“There is a feeling of pride and joy that those of us that did not serve feel when we are surrounded by veterans,” Fricano said. “I am very, very honored that I was asked to be a part of today’s presentation.”
A parade through downtown Grand Haven and memorial service at Grand Haven Central Park were part of the Memorial Day events in the Tri-Cities area on Monday, May 28, 2018. Photos by Bob Walma
The project is being labeled an affordable housing development as grant funding mandates those who live in the townhouses will make less than 60 percent of the area median income.
Holly Johnson has accepted the position of president at the Frey Foundation in Grand Rapids.
The redevelopment of a Robbins Road property caused several businesses to scramble for a new location, including a thrift store that helps fund part of the tuition for Grand Haven Christian School students.
Steve Negen raised a toast in an emotional farewell as a group of family and friends closed down the 30th annual and last-ever Great Lakes Kite Festival late Sunday afternoon at Grand Haven State Park.
With two more graduates than last year, 230 students participated in the graduate ceremony on Sunday, May 20 at Spring Lake High School’s gymnasium.