The Tri-Cities community is stepping up to help Coast Guard personnel who are not getting paid during the federal government shutdown.
Last year, volunteers logged 3,690 hours of service in Ottawa County.
With our local Coast Guard personnel missing out on their latest paycheck because of the partial federal government shutdown, many local businesses are rallying to help.
Customers are expected to eat more than a thousand pounds of hot dogs during the annual Winter Weekend fundraiser at the Pronto Pup stand on Grand Haven’s waterfront.
The 16th annual Grand Haven Tribune People’s Choice Awards nomination period kicked off this week.
A food drive will take place Thursday and Friday at the Coast Guard Sector Field Office in Grand Haven.
The festivities kick off with the Artists’ Awards Ceremony at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum at 5 p.m. Starting at 5:30 p.m., local stores will begin this year’s tour of fine wines.
The Project Reinvest campaign has been a two-month-long project to update the fitness area at the local YMCA. Featured are 21 new cardio machines in the cardio theater and Mind/Body Studio.
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum will offer the first in a series of lectures on the history of Great Lakes shipwrecks with “The Legend Lives On: The SS Edmund Fitzgerald” on Jan. 17.
Events are planned for Jan. 26-27.
The gift will help toward the campaign’s goal to raise $150,000 to replace the current 25-year-old sound system and renovate the riverfront buildings that house the current system, and improve overall sound quality and fidelity.
Candidates must be age 18 or older, live or work in Ottawa County, have no misdemeanor arrests within one year of application and have no felony arrests.
The training sessions are conducted by the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.
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.
Veterinarian offers advice on reading a dog's body language.