Thousands of federal employees and their families are applying for unemployment and food stamps to get by as the longest government shutdown in U.S. history drags on with no end in sight. But for some of them, it has been an exercise in confusion and frustration.
The township is the latest area municipality to put forth an increase in sewer rates to support renovations to the Grand Haven/Spring Lake Sewer Authority’s wastewater treatment plant and lift stations.
A Grand Haven Public Works crew is on the scene of a water main break in the 400 block of Albee Street, which is between Grant and Colfax streets on the east side of Grand Haven.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is attempting to rule out potential sources of PFAS in Robinson Township.
In its lame-duck session in December, the Michigan Legislature approved numerous pet projects including a grant of $1.5 million for ongoing maintenance projects at Grand Haven State Park. The funds will help complete renovations and envision new uses for the pavilion.
As of today, the federal government shutdown has become the longest in U.S. history, and local organizations are looking to help those affected by the funding stalemate.
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.
Victory was joined on the Senate floor by his family.
The Coast Guard Festival carnival’s annual late-summer takeover of downtown Grand Haven is not likely to change, as city officials say alternative locations raise more challenges than benefits.
Breweries, wineries and distilleries in Indiana and Michigan are experiencing delays — and taking a financial hit — because some permits are not being issued due to the partial federal government shutdown.
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.
The Grand Haven City Council voted 4-0 Monday night to approve the four-day event hosted by Raw Dogs Skydiving. It will take place Aug. 15-18.
Younger generations are having less weddings, and this trend could spell concern for the future of the Grand Haven Community Center.
At a total cost of more than $5.7 million, the project is expected to be completed this spring.
A local man walked away mostly unharmed Thursday after falling asleep and crashing his car into a bike path bridge in Grand Haven Township.