Dancing along Spring Lake in Fruitport has a history going back to the Fruitport Pavilion in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.
Eastbound Taylor Avenue, between Sheldon Road and Hillcrest Street, will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, July 12, for street repairs.
Goal is $500,000.
Muskegon's city commissioners are expected to approve a resolution allowing the city to sell up to $20 million in capital improvement bonds.
John Kriger Jr. has been acting fire chief since the township parted ways with Gary Dreyer in September 2017. Dreyer had been Crockery Township’s fire chief since 2004.
The local Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 211, based at the Grand Haven airport, offers those ages 8-17 a free plane ride through a program called Young Eagles.
With the city’s new water and sewer rates set to take effect on Aug. 1, Grand Haven finance officials continue to look at how best to fund future infrastructure improvements.
Music and dancing will begin at 5:45 p.m. at D. Baker and Son Lumber Co., 720 Pennoyer Ave. in Grand Haven.
The semi-truck drifted across northbound U.S. 31 into the median, and then across the two southbound lanes before running off the west side of the highway Tuesday morning.
Tree in front of school to be removed; village officials ponder how best to memorialize it.
The trial is scheduled to begin Oct. 9.
Portions of Robbins Road, Fifth Street and Washington Avenue will have closures at various times.
The city recently launched real-time streaming of all City Council meetings, which air live on Grand Haven’s YouTube channel.
Grand Haven leaders have taken the next step toward updating the east-side park.
Water was shut off to a number of businesses and residences after a water main break was discovered on Saturday in front of Barrett Boat Works, 821 W. Savidge St,. in the Village of Spring Lake.