Gov. Gretchen Whitmer visited Ferrysburg on Wednesday morning for a brief walk over the bridge to learn about its deterioration and closing.
City to pursue neighborhood flooding solution.
The Ohio native became the commission’s second director June 24. He previously served nearly seven years as assistant director of MetroParks in Butler County, Ohio.
On Monday, the Township Board approved engineering work to replace a storm drain that has caused sinkholes and sagging on yards and pathways along the road south of Comstock Street.
Developers in Ottawa County will have a new incentive to invest in disused and contaminated properties.
Amid historic Great Lakes water levels wreaking havoc on local infrastructure, the City of Grand Haven will request a state of emergency for flooded Harbor Island.
The Northwest Ottawa Recreation Authority’s programs are in full swing this summer amid a period of transition for the organization.
The cost of the overall transition is now estimated at around $100 million. The original planning estimate released last year accounted for $68 million.
County officials say the Grand Haven courthouse parking lot becomes difficult to manage during the annual Coast Guard Festival, which takes place during the final week of July and early August.
FERRYSBURG – The new Fire Barn Park playground is a “go.”
A local doctor who ran for Congress last year is heading up a new healthcare advocacy campaign.
As a boy growing up in Spring Lake, John Scholtz worked two summers at North Shore Beach — then known as North Beach Park — in Ferrysburg. On bike rides to work, he enjoyed the natural scenery of dense forest and grassy backdunes.
A decision on the controversial Dairy Treat development will have to wait yet again, after city bylaws prevented the Zoning Board of Appeals from reaching a quorum at Wednesday night’s meeting.
About 6,000 vehicles a day will have to find another way to get around the west side of Spring Lake, when Smith’s Bridge is closed indefinitely in the very near future
WEST OLIVE — A recent survey has confirmed local landowners’ desire to preserve Ottawa County’s farmland.