Hundreds of miles of Great Lakes shoreline would be spoiled under a worst-case scenario oil spill in Michigan's Straits of Mackinac, scientists reported Thursday.
City of Grand Haven leaders continue to monitor data related to the local deer population and what should happen next.
FERRYSBURG — Once every five years, outfall drains are tested around water bodies in the Tri-Cities area. So far, there’s been no illicit discharge found.
ROBINSON TWP. — Harve VanDeWeg didn’t quite believe his eyes when he spotted a black bear Sunday morning on the bank of the Grand River.
A Chicago resident ended up abandoning his sailboat near the Grand Haven State Park on Sunday evening after he got caught too close to shore with his sail up and motor off, police said.
Boating season is underway, and officials from the state and county are making sure boaters are educated about their role in protecting waters from aquatic invasive species.
Spring Lake Township Supervisor John Nash, who is also the president of the Spring Lake Lake Board, says he isn’t sure everybody is following the state law regarding phosphorus in fertilizer.
The Grand Haven nest site has produced 45 peregrine falcon chicks since 2001.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources banded three male peregrine falcon chicks Tuesday morning at the J.B. Sims Generating Station on Harbor Island. The nesting box is located 240 feet up on the plant's emissions stack, and to date has
The red oak tree in front of Spring Lake Intermediate School was the topic of discussion during the district’s recent school board meeting.
Grand Haven Board of Light & Power’s peregrine falcon nest box is once again home to several new falcon chicks.
LANSING — Michigan on Thursday began enforcing the nation's strictest rules for lead in drinking water, a plan that eventually will result in replacing all 500,000 lead service pipes statewide in the wake of the contamination of Flint's supply.
Consumers Energy will phase out its remaining coal-fired power plants and rely increasingly on renewable power sources and efficiency to provide electricity, executives said Wednesday.
ROYAL OAK — The Detroit Zoo announced it has converted three bear habitats into one collective environment, more than doubling the space shared by three rescued grizzly bears.
It is only the second fire station in the state to receive the designation, according to Spring Lake Township Fire Chief Brian Sipe.