In the latest of its series of town hall meetings on race and racism, The Momentum Center’s (Anti) Racism Task Force will host a meeting focusing on returning citizens.
Following a year of social distancing, virtual school, mask wearing and endless hours of screen time, the Tri-Cities Family YMCA is hosting its annual Healthy Kids Day on Saturday, April 24, to encourage families to take a moment to help “kids be kids.”
When President Joe Biden announced his executive action last week to deal with the nation’s surging violence, most attention understandably went to his plans to stop the proliferation of so-called ghost guns – firearms that can be hastily assembled from untraceable kits.
Amidst the national euphoria over the COVID-19 vaccines, it’s hard to believe that just two years ago, Big Pharma was essentially hated. In a 2019 survey, Gallup found that the public had unfavorable opinions about drug makers by a margin of more than 2-1, landing them at the bottom of the i…
Volunteers are being sought for a series of events being sponsored over the next few months by Lilley Cares, a foundation set up by local residents Robert Lopez and Patrick Roggenbau to encourage community in the Village of Spring Lake.
Doug Heins, a Spring Lake resident and owner of the Doug Heins State Farm agency, says he believes in the success of area students as well as the importance of them achieving successful financial literacy and entrepreneurship training.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A couple hundred children spread over two groupings gathered up eggs holding candy and trinkets during the annual Hope Community Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday morning.
A 45-foot motor home caught on fire on Friday, April 2, 2021, at Commercial Contractors, Inc., located on the corner of Comstock Street and 168th Avenue in Grand Haven Township. Employees all got out safely.
Children wore facemasks during the normally annual Hope Community Easter Egg Hunt at Hope Church in Grand Haven Township on Saturday, April 3, 2021. Last year's event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Village of Spring Lake has launched a capital campaign to raise $1.5 million in support of the redevelopment of its Tanglefoot Park.
A year after the coronavirus decimated aspects of the local economy, relief in rental assistance programs have helped healed wounds for those struggling to pay their bills.
Although COVID-19 has led to the abandonment of the celebration of Earth Day on the Lakeshore for a second straight year, the local committee still encourages the importance of awareness of caring for our planet.
MUSKEGON — Grief is a natural and normal response to the loss of someone special in our lives, but during a pandemic with traumatic losses, it is even more confusing to understand and navigate the natural healing process.
The Greater Ottawa County United Way joined the Michigan Association of United Ways on Tuesday in releasing its latest study on the condition of Michigan’s working families.
Now that the snow is gone, people are already working to clean up their yards of branches that fell over the winter. And some will burn the brush to get it out of the way.