More art and downtown deals are out in the air in downtown Grand Haven this weekend.
When I was a child, my favorite flavor was red. If pressed to be specific, I always said my favorite was cherry.
A co-worker who recently spent two weeks on the East Coast raved about the lobster rolls served at Spindler’s in Provincetown, Massachusets.
Our family loves wings, and a few weeks back, to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day (I guess that’s a thing), we held a wing cookoff.
A public hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday at Ferrysburg City Hall to discuss changing the 80-acre park's name to Coast Guard Memorial Park.
The festival has been named one of Sunshine Artist magazine’s 100 Best Fine Art and Design Shows.
22 entries sculpted in annual competition at Grand Haven City Beach
The event will take place Saturday, Aug. 25, from 12-3 p.m. It is open to the public.
You survived another Coast Guard Festival and are looking for something to do this weekend. Well, here you go!
UPDATE: The Cooking Channel has moved the episode that will include a visit to The Toasted Pickle in Grand Haven to first air Thursday, Aug. 23, at 10 p.m.
More than 650 people have drowned in the Great Lakes since records began to be kept in 2010.
Crowder, Mercy Me, Casting Crowns, King & Country are all scheduled for main stage performances.
“My Journey to Ephphatha: Discovering Ways God Guides Us to Our Purpose,” a novel by Fruitport resident Bonnie Jeane-Marie Vokits, has been named by the Independent Book Publishing Professionals Group as one of the best indie books of 2018.
From 23 campers at the first camp 36 years ago, the Camp Sunshine program at Camp Blodgett has grown to a total of 276 campers at four locations.
Many U.S. Coast Guard members said it was “an honor” to be selected for this year’s parade and the Coast Guard Festival is the highlight of the year.