The Coast Guard is conducting pollution assessment of the Maumee River following a fire onboard a vessel at the CSX Torco terminal in Oregon, Ohio in the Port of Toledo, Saturday.
The project will cost the cities of Grand Haven and Ferrysburg $1.425 million, with $409,000 in federal funds through the state’s Transportation Improvement Plan.
A single-lane closure will be in effect from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday through the end of the month, according to City of Grand Haven officials. The right lane will be closed for about two weeks to complete the bridge work.
Amid backlash from supporters of the local airport, the Grand Haven City Council voted this week to pursue a scaled-back study of potential land uses at the city-owned property.
Grand Haven received 15 vessels, 92 cargoes in 2018-19
The city’s downtown snowmelt system is cranked up to capacity, but the weather on Wednesday out-matched the artificial heating source.
The timeline for projects will not be determined until they go out for bid in March or April, but stakeholders have helped the Road Commission to identify the most-needed upgrades.
It was closed at 8 p.m. and it is expected to open at 1 a.m. on Wednesday.
A 71-year-old Grand Haven man died late last week when he crash his snowmobile into hit some trees in the Upper Peninsula, according to the Michigan State Police Sault Ste. Marie Post.
Port City Marine’s articulated tug/barge Prentiss Brown/St. Marys Challenger arrived in port early Sunday morning with a partial load of cement for the St. Marys Cement terminal in Ferrysburg. The next day, the steamship Wilfred Sykes of Central Marine Logistics paid us a visit.
To begin the new year, we saw the arrival of our port’s most frequent visitor, the steamship Wilfred Sykes.
A local man walked away mostly unharmed Thursday after falling asleep and crashing his car into a bike path bridge in Grand Haven Township.
While the calendar has switched from 2018 to 2019, the shipping season continues in the port of Grand Haven.
Port City Marine’s articulated tug/barge combination Prentiss Brown/St. Marys Challenger was the only visitor in our port this past week.
The ramp will also be closed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 17-18.