Michigan’s two U.S. senators announced Friday their opposition to President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, saying Brett Kavanaugh's judicial record clearly shows that he would limit access to health care and curtail environmental protections.
John Kriger Jr. has been acting fire chief since the township parted ways with Gary Dreyer in September 2017. Dreyer had been Crockery Township’s fire chief since 2004.
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.
Ottawa County is being sued for more than $25,000 after a woman was injured at a county-owned park, according to documents filed recently in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
Approximately 4,900 households have signed up for Smart911 since the emergency information service became available to Ottawa County residents in March 2014.
The Village of Fruitport has acquired nearly 3 acres of waterfront property on Spring Lake.
WEST OLIVE — Ottawa County has established a new animal control ordinance, which regulates items from dog licenses to exotic animal keeping.
On May 22, the Ottawa County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution of intent to “increase the 2018 millage rate” and set the public hearing date.
Spring Lake Village Council has appointed Susan Petrus to replace Megan Doss, who resigned from council earlier this month to spend more time with her family.
The candidates include former Village Councilman Steve Nauta and newcomers Marianne Martinus and Susan Petrus.
Spring Lake is the first township in the state to have received the honor twice.
The discussion follows an April 24 recommendation by the BLP board that calls for the closure of the Sims plant by June 2020.
Doss has served on council for nearly three years. She was being appointed in August 2015 to fill the seat vacated by Dave Bennett.
City staff recently rolled out a plan that they think is a “sustainable, palatable approach” for long-term investment into the streets, and underground water and sewer lines.
Tuesday was the filing deadline for partisan candidates to appear on the 2018 August primary ballot.