The Village of Spring Lake’s Art in the Park project has been awarded funds through the Consumers Energy “Put Your Town on the Map” competition.
It’s Easter weekend. The sad tone of Good Friday becomes Sunday’s Resurrection story!
This one-night-only performance will take place at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum on Saturday, April 27.
Frank Sinatra impersonator Billy McAllister of East Lansing entertained residents at The Village at the Pines Senior Community on Friday.
Embrace Books founder Taleah Greve nominated her mother, Linda Namenye, to be a Muskegon Area Sustainability Champion.
Devoted "Game of Thrones" fans who've watched and re-watched all 73 episodes of the HBO series, and read and reread all 4,000 pages of the books by George R.R. Martin, will at long last get the ending they've craved.
Foreigner plays Aug. 11.
Believe it or not, it is spring, and time to think about hitting the trails and hunting for Easter eggs!
The works of a former Crockery Township artist are on display this month in the Mezzanine Gallery at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, 200 Washington Ave.
Kyle Brooky of Grand Haven Township has another history-based book of photographs under his belt.
“Icebound: The Ordeal of the SS Michigan” can be viewed through September in the small gallery at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, 200 Washington Ave.
More than 100 seventh- and eighth-grade students are involved in Lakeshore Middle School’s upcoming production of “Beauty and the Beast Jr.”
Spring break week comes to an end, so let’s enjoy the weekend before all those snow birds come flying back.
Area residents can show off collections in museum's Community Case.
New permanent exhibit and interactive displays are part of the plan.