Ten-year-old Hayden Simmons lives in Florida, but the highlight of his year is Grand Haven’s annual Coast Guard Festival.
Taking a second look at one of my favorite television series.
It’s the last weekend before Coast Guard Festival begins, so enjoy!
The Tri-Cities Family YMCA Fishing Camp started its third week of weeklong fishing trips along the Grand Haven boardwalk on Monday.
Ferrysburg, and Grand Haven city and township residents will be asked to approve a six-year millage renewal for the Tri-Cities Historical Museum on Aug. 7.
Flowers, beach vaulting and star gazing are on the docket for this mid-summer weekend.
If you’re new to grilling fish, salmon is one of the best to try first. For starters, salmon can take the heat. It’s a dense fish with firm flesh that holds up well to grilling directly on a hot grate.
An icebox cake with soft and crumbly cookie layers. A salad of cool watermelon and peppery arugula. A chilled grab-and-go breakfast.
Poaching is a crime. If it’s not yours, don’t swipe it.
Dancing along Spring Lake in Fruitport has a history going back to the Fruitport Pavilion in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.
Grand Haven leaders have taken the next step toward updating the east-side park.
Campers at Grand Haven State Park celebrated the Fourth of July with a parade through the campground.
All the fireworks (literally) were Wednesday night, but this weekend still provides a handful of fun in the Grand Haven area.
Here’s a quick summer salad. Sweet mangoes, roasted chicken and a tangy dressing provide contrasting flavors. Lush, ripe mangoes are hanging from the trees in Florida. It’s the best time of year to buy mangoes throughout the United States.
I was plucking lettuce and planting tomatoes in the pots and old green recycling bins-turned-planters that I consider a backyard garden when The Hub arrived with a question: