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Schoolteachers Nick Kessler and Brian Fulmer have gained a nationwide following visiting out-of-the-way small towns across the country.

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Grand Haven State Park’s campground opened for business Monday – and, by noon, many campers were setting up their temporary homes and taking to the beach.

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Need a quick getaway, without booking flights and taking mountains of time off work or school?

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GRAND RAPIDS — Camping, glamping and all things outdoors will take the stage when the Grand Rapids Camper, Travel & RV Show opens today at DeVos Place, 303 Monroe Ave. NW.

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After years of wanting to connect with family in Europe, one Grand Haven man and his son had the “trip of a lifetime.”

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Airfares are constantly fluctuating — now more than ever. That’s because airlines have access to better technology and more real-time information on passengers than ever before. With complex algorithms running their booking systems, the airlines are constantly tweaking prices based on shifts…

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Santa hasn't headed out on his sleigh yet, but there's an early holiday gift for all of us at gas stations nationwide.

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The steamship Wilfred Sykes has been busy working the slag trade between the bottom of Lake Michigan and Grand Haven in recent weeks.

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Michigan is full of fall fascination, so it's no wonder so many are “Smitten with the Mitten” this time of year.

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October could be considered “Halloween Month” to many. For Halloween enthusiasts, this is the best time of the year. The colors are changing, fall weather is upon us, and their favorite holiday is almost here.

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The first weekend of October brings thoughts of travel vacations and the return of an “American Idol” finalist to Spring Lake.

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For many local families, spring break is a time to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life — not to mention the cold — and head someplace warm. 

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The Michigan Department of Transportation announced that work will take place Tuesday, Oct. 3 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on northbound U.S. 31 between Lincoln and Ferris streets.

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Friday was the first day of fall – arguably Michigan's best season – and county road agencies across the state have released a list of when and where to see the most magnificent leaf colors.

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The Michigan Department of Transportation said drivers should be prepared for intermittent lane closures for traffic signal work on southbound Beacon Boulevard (U.S. 31) between Jackson Street and Robbins Road between 7 and 11 a.m. Saturday.

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The results of a 2016 summer tourism study of the city by Grand Valley State University researchers have shed light on what drives visitors to the area.

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Before going on a trip, there are a lot of things to remember. But if you have a pet, make sure you have made arrangements for them to be cared for.

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Every day, travel agents recommend a variety of destinations to their clients that they believe would be a perfect vacation fit. But what one place would they recommend that they consider highly underrated?

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EDITORS NOTE: Grand Haven High School graduate Allie Vaandering and her boyfriend, Fredrick Svensson of Sweden, recently completed the Mongol Rally — a two-month drive covering 12,000 miles from the United Kingdom to Siberia to help raise money for the United World Schools charity.