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.
ROBINSON TWP. — Firefighters extricated two people who were pinned inside their car after a two-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon at the intersection of M-231 and Lincoln Street.
Voters will have a chance next week to get to know the candidates running for the Michigan Senate 30th District seat, currently held by the term-limited Arlan Meekhof, R-West Olive.
Dustin Garwood, 33, will be stationed at the Lakeview Post. Spencer Proefrock, 23, will work from the Cadillac Post.
It has been four weeks since the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium opened to the public, and the city now has a clearer picture of how many people can fit inside the space.
With the recent stretch of ideal beach weather, Grand Haven’s sandy shores have seen plenty of traffic.
Ferrysburg, and Grand Haven city and township residents will be asked to approve a six-year millage renewal for the Tri-Cities Historical Museum on Aug. 7.
Grand Haven Area Public Schools’ food service department administers the meals, and Ottawa Food helps connect the community with the program, which receives funding through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Tri-Cities Garden Club’s 61st Flower Show continues through Saturday.
Grand Haven public safety officers used their combined muscle power to help a man in a wheelchair off a Harbor Transit trolley after the lift mechanism became stuck late Thursday afternoon.
One block of Sherman Street in Grand Haven was closed for about an hour Thursday after a garbage truck snagged some wires and pulled down a couple of utility poles.
This summer just got better for 7-year-old Max. His new house has a backyard and a new swing set.
Wally Delamater first worked with Spring Lake Township Manager Gordon Gallagher more than two decades ago in Montcalm County's Village of Lakeview.