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The 17 letters that spell out “Coast Guard City, USA” were hauled up Dewey Hill on Wednesday morning and readied to perform light shows in conjunction with the Grand Haven Musical Fountain and Coast Guard Festival fireworks show.

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CROCKERY TWP. — Dave MacKenzie said that the design on the Live Wall display at the entrance to his Crockery Township business is usually changed on a whim.

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A grant from the Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area will allow the Momentum Center for Social Engagement to expand its services to the south.

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GRAND RAPIDS — For each of the past seven years, the Lake Michigan Credit Union community bands together to raise money for kids’ care.

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The Village of Spring Lake’s Social District opened Friday, allowing customers to consume alcoholic beverages while strolling around a specified downtown area.

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After not being able to gather in one place for more than a year without restrictions and shutdowns, the Village at Rosy Mound senior living community celebrated the COVID-19 restrictions being lifted Friday.

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FERRYSBURG — Tim Bellard, Raphael Wieland and Neya-Wanji Monroe sit at a table in a dusty room with multiple pieces of artwork surrounding them on the floor and waiting to be put up on the wall.

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There never really seemed to be a choice when Morgan Briggs and Jose Cuenca were faced with the decision to spend thousands of dollars on risky surgery for their injured dog, or have the young animal euthanized.

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There never really seemed to be a choice when Morgan Briggs and Jose Cuenca were faced with the decision to spend thousands of dollars on risky surgery for their injured dog, or have the young animal euthanized.