GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The dunes of West Michigan were once covered in abundant wildflowers, but a bloom in the deer population has caused much of that habitat to disappear.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is attempting to rule out potential sources of PFAS in Robinson Township.
All municipalities in Michigan have until 2020 to complete an inventory of lead lines. By 2025, the city needs a verified inventory, which requires digging up lines and checking for lead construction.
The Grand Haven/Spring Lake Sewer Authority was awarded a state grant during the Michigan Legislature’s lame-duck session last month to help with a project for infrastructure upgrades.
Four potential sources are on the table as the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality begins to search for the source of PFAS contamination in Robinson Township.
On a splendid Saturday afternoon, Chad Jungels sat outside Cold Spring Brewing Co. with his hands wrapped around a glass of his favorite beer.
Researchers with an environmental group have labeled as "disturbingly low" the number of western monarch butterflies that migrate along the California coast.
What happens if you’re trying to sell a home hooked up to water contaminated with PFAS?
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s latest round of PFAS testing in Robinson Township has turned up 20 more wells with traces of the hazardous substances.
The first step is tearing down the coal-fired Sims plant on Harbor Island. It will be demolished by June 2020, when the utility can first gain full access to the grid market.
The day after Christmas, residents in Robinson Township began receiving phone calls from Lansing informing them their water is contaminated with PFAS.
proposal to run an oil pipeline beneath a crucial section of the Great Lakes cleared its final hurdle Wednesday, gaining approval of a Michigan panel created a week earlier in a dash to complete the deal before Republican Gov. Rick Snyder leaves office.
Wolverine Worldwide has filed a lawsuit in federal court against Scotchgard-maker 3M for potential damages caused to some Kent County residents whose drinking water was polluted with toxic chemicals.
The newest Ottawa County park is here to stay.
The bill redefines protected wetlands, increasing the required acreage of a wetland from 5 acres to 10. The definition of a stream will also be modified to include only permanent flowing water.