Rehabbing wildlife is not for everyone, and working with squirrels is probably among the least desirable projects, according to local rehabilitator Brad Boyink.
The Osteopathic Foundation of West Michigan recently presented a grant of $20,000 in memory of Dr. Richard G. Huff.
Rain, warmer weather melts ice, pushes waterfowl migration.
The Board of the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation recently announced five first-round grant awards, totaling $262,500, in support of Northwest Ottawa County.
Dr. John Rottman, professor of preaching at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Board of Directors of Humanity for Prisoners.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. – The Catalina Club is “Swimming through the Cities” in their upcoming shows.
Patient care regulation changes in the late 1960s caused the funeral homes transporting sick and injured people to bow out of the business.
Code blue! Code blue!
On the ecological front, 2018 might not have seemed like a banner year — unless you were a monarch butterfly.
Nearly 10 years ago, Spring Meadow Nursery set an ambitious goal – to raise $1 million for breast cancer research.
What’s known as the Lilley Mansion is located at 318 Rachael’s Way, Spring Lake, formerly 319 E. Savidge St. It was built in the early 1870s by a local lumber baron and is now on the market for $1.2 million.
The Children’s Advocacy Center of Ottawa County (CAC) was selected to receive the November 2018 donations from the Tri-Cities Women Who Care, which totaled $27,600.
The 16th annual Grand Haven Tribune People’s Choice Award voting period is in full swing.
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis warned top Roman Catholic leaders Thursday that they would need to emerge with more than just “predictable” statements as he opened a highly anticipated summit aimed at defining a worldwide response to clergy sex abuse.
Feb 24, 2019 at 6:00 AM
Gather. Grow. Go.