Grand Haven received three cargoes in the past week: two by the Kaye E. Barker and one by the Wilfred Sykes.
Lane closures for road and bridge work will be in effect between 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15, and 6 a.m. Friday, Sept. 21, on northbound and southbound U.S. 31 in Northwest Ottawa County.
The port of Grand Haven saw the arrival of four vessels this past week.
ROBINSON TWP. — A labor dispute has put road projects across the state on hold, including one in Robinson Township.
The wooden railroad ties were uncovered at the corner of Harbor and Franklin Avenue, resting in dirt as crews removed chunks of concrete.
Work started Tuesday on the southbound bridges. Work on the northbound bridges is expected to begin next week.
Grand Haven and Holland residents part of Four the Water foursome striving to help protect the Great Lakes.
The barge was originally a C4 ocean-going cargo carrier named Marine Robin. It was built in 1944. It was active in World War II and sailed across the Atlantic several times.
The street is now scheduled to be reopened at 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30.
Grand Avenue from Sheldon to Wisconsin will be closed Monday through Thursday for street repairs.
Lane closures for road work will be in effect on westbound M-104 (Savidge Street) over the Spring Lake channel.
A portion of West Spring Lake Road closed this week for a culvert replacement.
Grand Haven officials meeting with congressman about drawbridge issues when the bridge’s locking mechanism malfunctions.
The lane closures will take place between M-231 and 68th Avenue in Robinson and Allendale townships.
This was the Calumet’s second visit of the season.