Before all of the Coast Guard dignitaries and visitors pay a visit to Grand Haven, plenty of work takes place behind the scenes to make sure the city is ship shape for its big week.
This year, the penal fines — a portion of the fines paid to the courts from criminal violations and civil infractions and distributed to local libraries — netted nine Ottawa County public libraries a total of $749,943.
Voters will have another opportunity to hear what the candidates who are vying for the Republican party’s nomination in the Aug. 7 state primary election have to say.
A plan to bury power lines along a stretch of Harbor Drive to coincide with the city’s upcoming street and utility reconstruction project received backing from the Grand Haven Board of Light & Power on Thursday.
Central High School officials say they’ve explored options to winterize the 10-year-old greenhouse for quite some time, but money was needed to move the project forward.
Nearly 60 people listened as three of the four Republican candidates running for the Michigan Senate 30th District seat participated in a forum Wednesday night at Loutit District Library.
We have answers for some of our subscribers’ most common questions about this change in delivery, and what it means.
City of Grand Haven leaders continue to monitor data related to the local deer population and what should happen next.
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.
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.