A Maryland native, Lt. Brian Howard assumes his role from Lt. Cmdr. Aaron Urbanawiz.
The ride will take place July 22 during Muskegon Bike Time.
Questions are being considered during a series of community conversations to help Loutit District Library craft a new master plan.
Reading Enables Adult Development (R.E.A.D.) provides free one-on-one tutoring for adults in Northwest Ottawa County.
Dancing along Spring Lake in Fruitport has a history going back to the Fruitport Pavilion in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.
Longtime local Grand Haven mailman celebrated at retirement party.
WEDNESDAY, June 27
The weather was all over the place: Clouds, mist, rain, sun, fog and just about the same all over again on Sunday. But organizers say the sun came out enough to make this one of the best events ever.
Hundreds of spectators filled Waterfront Stadium and beyond for the first event in the newly renovated space along the Grand Haven channel.
One-hundred and thirty-seven boats crossed the starting line in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the 80th annual Queen’s Cup Regatta, but only 111 boats finished at the Grand Haven municipal marina Saturday morning.
TUESDAY, June 26
Hannah Olechnowicz, who started June 1, became the foundation’s first full-time executive director.
New dad, Frank D’Angelo, 44, is getting four weeks of paid time off this year to spend with his baby girl as part of a new family leave program at DTE Energy, where he works in public affairs.
Reading Enables Adult Development (R.E.A.D.) recently announced the appointment of two new board members.
SATURDAY, June 23