Ryan Venhuizen rode in a single engine airplane for the first time as a 15-year-old at a Young Eagles event and now, 26 years later, he brought his kids for their first experience with the program.
A weekend-long search for a missing Grand Haven man ended when the body of 25-year-old Dylan Tarr was located in the Grand River late Sunday morning.
Ferrysburg City Council to consider bridge millage vote for November.
Residents will get a chance to chat with Ottawa County Sheriff’s deputies over an ice cream cone during the Cops & Cones event Saturday at Skoops, 16830 Robbins Road.
Jeremy Swiftney brings more than 10 years of extensive hands-on marketing and leadership experience to the position.
For the third year, The Salvation Army of Grand Haven, in conjunction with D. Baker and Son Lumber Co., will host The Woodchopper’s Ball on July 11.
Three people on a personal watercraft were rescued after the vessel flipped over Sunday afternoon in large waves near the south pier head at Holland Harbor.
Capt. Lilly Olsen and Jarrod Hasse have brought a Paddle Pub business to the waterfront docks, where they steer the boat powered by the passengers pedaling on bike seats.
The streets of Ferrysburg were filled with people for Thursday’s parade, even with the sweltering July heat.
FERRYSBURG - A sinking yacht was safely pulled from Spring Lake at Keenan Marina Thursday evening.
ROBINSON TWP. - Felix Pytlinske wasn’t born when his parents traveled from Chicago and opened a small marina and store on July 4, 1929, on Stearn’s Bayou.
A look at what launches in the area are open, closed or marginal.
The Dancing on the Grand crowd filled the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium for its second dance of the summer, June 26.
Police say the recent installation of new life rings on Grand Haven’s south pier enabled bystanders to rescue a struggling swimmer from Lake Michigan on Saturday night.
A jeweler met a sculptor and they fell in love, blended their art and the rest is history.