“We always experience an increase in crashes when the winter weather arrives,” said Sgt. Jason Kik of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office. “Drivers should give themselves more time to get where they are going, remove distractions such as a cellphone and just slow down.”
FERRYSBURG — Monday morning’s rush-hour traffic was slowed when an older SUV caught on fire on northbound U.S. 31 between Ridge Street and VanWagoner Road.
ROBINSON TWP. — A fire that damaged a pole barn Monday morning in Robinson Township is being called suspicious.
Two teenage boys suffered second- and third-degree burns when their tree fort caught on fire early Saturday morning in Spring Lake Township.
SPI Pharma 'fire' Saturday night turned out to be busted steam pipe
HOLLAND TWP. — Both drivers were injured in a two-car crash early Thursday morning in the Holland area.
Emergency crews quickly extinguished a house fire after responding to a home at 1715 Barbara Court late Monday night.
Firefighters often use foam to suffocate any embers still smoldering in house fires and to create a fun area at open-house events, but this Class A foam does not contain the PFAS chemicals.
Fruitport police are looking for information on a crash that left a 52-year-old Fruitport man dead Sunday afternoon.
A 26-year-old Allendale woman died in an early-morning head-on crash on Lake Michigan Drive east of Allendale.
The Michigan Shore Railroad informed the Ottawa County Road Commission of construction work at the railroad crossing on Ferris Street, just west of U.S. 31, which will require a road closure for about a week.
Officers from the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety had a beautiful fall day to participate in a monthly training session, rotating from building escape to search and rescue, and then to relay pumping.
An 11-year-old Allendale girl was in critical condition at an area hospital after being struck by a falling tree Monday evening.
Zack Zysk said he’s cleaned up plenty of fallen branches in the 10 years that he and his wife, Kimberly, have lived in their Ferrysburg home.
Fire Prevention Week continues.