The Grand Haven Department of Public Works has covered a lot of ground this week to fix damaged and flooded roadways on Harbor Island.
Ahead of a traditionally busy boating weekend, the City of Grand Haven closed its boat launch on Harbor Island on Thursday
Representatives of federal, state and local agencies and private pollution control companies from Wisconsin and West Michigan gathered Tuesday on Grand Haven’s Harbor Island in response to a mock oil spill in the Grand River.
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of stories we’ll publish on the rising water levels in the Great Lakes and the way those levels are felt locally.
Grand Haven, Spring Lake township boards vote Monday night to oppose Grand River Waterway project.
This coming Monday, more local units of government will consider resolutions to formally oppose the project, which entails dredging a 22.5-mile stretch of the river between Grand Rapids and the Bass River Inlet in Eastmanville.
A three-month-long investigation into PFAS contamination in Robinson Township has revealed significantly higher concentrations in the groundwater than initially detected in drinking water testing at Robinson Elementary School and the nearby township fire department.
This is the first in a series of stories we’ll publish on the rising water levels in the Great Lakes and the way those levels are felt locally.
As part of the Greater Ottawa County United Way’s annual Junior Day of Caring, nearly 500 students from White Pines Intermediate School removed invasive species and trash from local parks.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker says he is willing to take initial steps toward fortifying a lock-and-dam system on a Chicago-area waterway so it can protect Lake Michigan from invasive Asian carp.
A parade followed by a fair at the Community Center attracted participants in Saturday’s Earth Day Lakeshore Celebration.
Local officials are moving ahead with plans to bring better views and access to Grand Haven’s waterfront.
First Presbyterian Church was certified as an Earth Care Congregation by Presbyterian Church USA’s Presbyterian Hunger Program through February 2020.
More than 300 people scoured the Grand Haven State Park beach on Saturday for a beach clean-up event.
Fourth-graders rolled up their sleeves Friday to plant five new trees at Mulligan’s Hollow in celebration of Arbor Day.