The first-ever Bike Week runs Monday through Saturday, Aug. 20-25, at various locations in the Village of Spring Lake.
As storm clouds cleared Friday evening, picnickers gathered on the Grand Haven south pier to celebrate its reopening to the public.
As downtown Grand Haven merchants covered their merchandise with tents and moved items indoors, shoppers participated in the first day of Sidewalk Sales on Friday.
The exhibition at the Muskegon Museum of Art runs through Nov. 7.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, announced that construction on the south pier in Grand Haven is complete and advised individuals to exercise caution.
Grand Haven Public Safety officers are investigating the discovery of a body on Tuesday in a wooded area of Mulligan’s Hollow behind the YMCA.
Man in hospice, 87, gets early tour of south pier with his family. The pier was to be reopened to the public today.
A public picnic on the pier will begin at 6 this evening to celebrate the reopening. Food will not be provided.
BLP has proposed shutting down the coal-fired Sims plant in June 2020.
“I am excited to be telling stories in my hometown community,” Sinn said.
A bicyclist suffered non-life-threatening injuries when she was struck by a vehicle late Thursday morning along Beacon Boulevard, according to the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety.
A missionary with local ties, who was critically injured in an accident in Haiti in early March, is continuing his recovery in the Grand Haven area with plans to return to Haiti next month.
The 911 Central Dispatch Authority will soon begin switching its service lines from aging copper phone wires to new, secure fiber-optic cables.
The suspect has significant facial injuries. (Warning, graphic image)
The annual event showcases the work of 40 regional artists in media such as sculpture, painting, photography, pottery, glass, jewelry, metal and wood.