Ottawa County Circuit Judge Jon Hulsing complimented a group of middle school students for basically grinding through what would have been a weeklong trial in just a couple of hours.
A variety of residents took advantage the chance to have a non-threatening discussion with local police officers during a “Cops, Donuts and Conversation” event Saturday morning at Ryke’s Bakery in Grand Haven.
The plaintiffs’ attorney says her clients have decided to continue on to the next step, which means appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Karen Boes was convicted of killing her daughter via arson in 2002.
LANSING — The Michigan Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal made by accused killer Jeffrey Willis to dismiss the murder charges against him.
Supporters claim that Jim Chiodo of Park Township would never purposefully threaten or harass anyone. However, a judge on Thursday continued a personal protection order to make him stay away from Holland Sentinel editor Sarah Leach, Sentinel staff and the newspaper’s building.
During Thursday’s dedication of the William Van Regenmorter Memory Garden at the Ottawa County Courthouse in Grand Haven, a moment of silence was held in honor of crime victims who lost their lives.
Spring Lake Village President Joyce Hatton and Village Councilwoman Megan Doss tell us why they’re in favor of, or opposed to, disincorporation
Longtime deputy assignment clerk and judicial secretary Lynn Simpson retired Wednesday after serving several judges and more than 40 years working for Ottawa County.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — The owners of Dutch Girl Brewery have filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, less than two months after abruptly closing the doors of the local business.
The Tri-Cities Area Habitat for Humanity will celebrate building its 60th home at 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 21, at Trillium Banquet Hall in Ferrysburg.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The Township Board met in closed session Monday night to discuss the lawsuit filed against them by North Ottawa Community Hospital regarding the Health Pointe medical development.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has sided with a 2015 Ottawa County Circuit Court decision regarding the cross that was once raised on Grand Haven’s Dewey Hill.
North Ottawa Community Hospital has filed a lawsuit in Ottawa County Circuit Court seeking to order Grand Haven Township to withdraw the planned unit development approval for Health Pointe, and is seeking monetary damages in excess of $25,000.
The Michigan Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Wednesday regarding a case that seeks to reverse a 2015 ruling regarding the Dewey Hill cross lawsuit.