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Gracious Grounds, a Grand Haven-based nonprofit housing organization for adults with unique abilities, says it has received a monetary gift in the “seven figures” to its newly established endowment fund.

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Couples spend decades doing everything together – until declining health prompts a move into an assisted living facility. They take turns caring for one another as their health ebbs and they prepare for their final journeys.

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Debbie Voorhies and her dog, Primrose, enjoyed the sunshine and unseasonably mild temperatures Monday with a walk through downtown Grand Haven. Voorhies recently moved to Grand Haven from Hudson, Massachusetts, just outside Boston. Her favorite part about West Michigan? “The traffic here is …

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Meet travel author Laura Holmes at SLDL

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The Sytsma family recently moved to West Michigan, and learned about the Winterfest Family Dog Pull while perusing Facebook.

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The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, Alice in Wonderland, Captain Ahab and Moby Dick, and a replica of Ted Nugnet’s zebra-print Ford Bronco sped down the slopes at the Ski Bowl during Saturday’s Winterfest Cardboard Sled Race.

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The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, Alice in Wonderland, Captain Ahab and Moby Dick, and a replica of Ted Nugnet’s zebra-print Ford Bronco sped down the slopes at the Ski Bowl during Saturday’s Winterfest Cardboard Sled Race.

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The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, Alice in Wonderland, Captain Ahab and Moby Dick, and a replica of Ted Nugnet’s zebra-print Ford Bronco sped down the slopes at the Ski Bowl during Saturday’s Winterfest Cardboard Sled Race.

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The Greater Ottawa County United Way said this week that it has raised 70 percent of its $2.2 million goal for the 2019-20 annual community campaign.

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The Greater Ottawa County United Way said this week that it has raised 70 percent of its $2.2 million goal for the 2019-20 annual community campaign.

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Singer/songwriter to perform at Tri-Cities Historical Museum

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An iconic Grand Haven business that closed in 2018 will be reopening soon with a slightly different niche — and name.

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The nonprofit education organization, Do More Good, has announced the addition of two directors to its board beginning in 2020. Paige Riopelle, principal of Riopelle Design Group, and Craig Clark, owner of Clark Communication, will be added to the leadership roster in January.

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FERRYSBURG – Children ran up to greet Santa, who arrived on a fire truck with sirens blaring, to a blazing bonfire at William Ferry Park Saturday night.

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Twenty-five years after her brother was killed, Lisa Flahive said she is struck by the turnout of the former officers at a memorial service Friday afternoon.

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In two years since its opening, the Momentum Center has become a second home for many, and is making a difference in peoples’ lives.

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At their September meeting, the Tri-Cities Women Who Care selected the Tri-Cities Historical Museum as the recipient of their latest gift.