As families look for ways to incorporate healthy homemade snacks and lunches, parents are encouraged to engage their children in conversations about healthy choices.
New map signs installed, new trail open at Kitchel-Lindquist-Hartger Dunes Preserve.
Images from a humid, puddle-laden 5k and kids fun run at the the Spring Lake Heritage Festival on Saturday.
West Michigan native Jim Klapthor thinks there’s “some wildly attractive things (here) we take for granted.”
Terry Welsh, a former Nunica resident and Spring Lake High School graduate, was honored in the local Ride of Silence, which took place Wednesday evening at Spring Lake’s Central Park.
Registration is now open for 10K run. Proceeds go to Grand Haven Department of Public Safety’s school program.
Jeff Clark of i’move discusses concussion awareness and the proper protocol after an athlete suffers concussion-like symptoms.
Derek Rietman of i’move continues his discussion on personal training with three helpful tips on how to help reduce risk of injuries.
Selecting a trainer and training program are critical for any athlete. Derek Rietman of i’move helps guide you through an important process.
Free table and chair massages will be given during the sixth annual Community Wellness & Massage Expo planned for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at Loutit District Library.
Lyndsey Smeyers readily admitted that her heart was pounding as she climbed atop a small sled and sat poised to rocket down the 700-foot-long luge track at the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex Friday afternoon.
Lakeshore Middle School eighth graders had the chance to visit the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex this past week. Students tried their hands at cross country skiing, ice skating, broom ball and the luge.
In the second part of his ACL column, Trenton Salo discusses ACL recoveries and how they vary between different types of athletes.
The eight-week instructional program helps parents or another significant adult work one-on-one with their young children while teaching them basic sport mechanics.
New dance class helps people with Parkinson’s disease