Voters will have another opportunity to hear what the candidates who are vying for the Republican party’s nomination in the Aug. 7 state primary election have to say.
A plan to bury power lines along a stretch of Harbor Drive to coincide with the city’s upcoming street and utility reconstruction project received backing from the Grand Haven Board of Light & Power on Thursday.
The Ottawa County Road Commission says the street will be closed for cross tile replacement on Wednesday and Thursday, July 25-26.
Central High School officials say they’ve explored options to winterize the 10-year-old greenhouse for quite some time, but money was needed to move the project forward.
My Community Dental Centers-Grand Haven is a partnership between the Ottawa County Department of Public Health and My Community Dental Centers Inc.
Charged with molesting a 13-year-old girl almost a year ago, Jordan Brett Haines was remanded to jail after pleading guilty to a charge of first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Ottawa County Circuit Court on Monday.
David Weippert said a long-term problem with his back led him into a situation where “opiates took control.”
Nearly 60 people listened as three of the four Republican candidates running for the Michigan Senate 30th District seat participated in a forum Wednesday night at Loutit District Library.
The ride will take place July 22 during Muskegon Bike Time.
A 24-year-old Grand Rapids-area man is in the Ottawa County Jail on a $45,000 bond after police responding to a crash last week found him passed out in the grass with a loaded assault weapon pointed toward the highway.
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The second of two brothers arrested for breaking and entering a Grand Haven Board of Light & Power property pleaded guilty to the charges in Ottawa County Circuit Court on Monday.
City of Grand Haven leaders continue to monitor data related to the local deer population and what should happen next.
The center, located at 714 Columbus Ave. in Grand Haven’s Centertown, recently hired Jessica Hoolsema as the teen program coordinator, and will begin offering programming for ages 13-17.
FERRYSBURG — Once every five years, outfall drains are tested around water bodies in the Tri-Cities area. So far, there’s been no illicit discharge found.