A calm and sunny Thursday morning provided good conditions for installing lights on Grand Haven’s south pier catwalk.
Long Road Distillers will open to the public July 18 after soft openings this week, as staff are trained to make a variety of cocktails and get the kitchen operational.
On Monday, the Township Board approved engineering work to replace a storm drain that has caused sinkholes and sagging on yards and pathways along the road south of Comstock Street.
Developers in Ottawa County will have a new incentive to invest in disused and contaminated properties.
The Grand Haven Zoning Board of Appeals voted 4-0 Monday to uphold the city Planning Commission’s approval of the site plan for the controversial project at 218 S. Harbor.
Robert Shelley, the distribution and engineering manager for the municipal utility, presented a report on improving reliability to BLP trustees on June 27.
Amid historic Great Lakes water levels wreaking havoc on local infrastructure, the City of Grand Haven will request a state of emergency for flooded Harbor Island.
Time and the elements are chipping away at the historic coal tipple building in Grand Haven.
The north-south runway was the subject of scrutiny at City Hall on Monday night, as local officials considered the potential of rezoning the land for commercial development.
After hearing from residents opposed to giving up their groundwater rights, the Grand Haven City Council on Monday voted 3-2 to restrict well usage in two contaminated areas.