In the world of antiques, everyone has their own opportunity to create a unique niche and atmosphere in their stores as trends fluctuate through the years.
Developer and self-described treasure hunter David Bos is excited about a discovery made in a section of a Spring Lake Township community being readied for new housing.
More than a century after Charles A. Conklin’s death, Grand Haven’s first fallen soldier in World War I has been posthumously awarded with a Purple Heart.
The popularity of TV shows such as “Say Yes to the Dress” and “Bridezilla” demonstrates that wedding dresses have a special place in our culture. But did you know that there is another place to see beautiful bridal dresses?
February is a month set aside for the celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history.
Local history museums are vital resources, serving as keepers of history, information and objects that have cultural significance to an area or city. The mission of the Tri-Cities Historical Museum is to create connections to local history.
BALTIMORE — A Baltimore Episcopal church founded by slaveholders in the 1860s says it will spend $500,000 over the next five years to establish a fund intended as reparations for slavery.
With the Tribune moving out of its longtime home at 101 N. Third St. in downtown Grand Haven, we've dedicated this week's Looking Back page to the history of the Grand Haven Tribune.
The city of Grand Haven has established a nonendowed Asset Protection Fund at the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation to accept donations from people who want to support support security measures at remote city assets and artifacts that are threatened by vandalism, especially lighthouses.
This week's #TBT gallery features a collection of photos recently found that feature scenes from around the Tri-Cities in the 1940s and '50s; a few are from the 1960s, and one is labeled as 1975.
‘Don’t let the sun go down without saying thank you to someone, and without admitting to yourself that absolutely no one gets this far alone.” – Stephen King
FERRYBURG — A state historical marker has been approved to honor the late Hezekiah G. Smith, namesake for Smith’s Bayou and Smith’s Bridge in Ferrysburg.
Dave Sullivan has gone from working quietly alone at his Ann Arbor home to spending every minute of every day alongside his wife and three young kids with remote-learning schedules.
The term “pirate” has conjured up negative connotations over the years. Most who think of pirates think of Captain Hook dueling with Peter Pan, or Blackbeard sailing the high seas ready to steal treasures. Some may even think of Captain Jack Sparrow causing a ruckus. Many think that the tale…
Seven gallons of primer and five gallons of green, orange and purple paint were enough to create the backdrop for one of the latest additions to the Village of Spring Lake’s Art in the Park.
BISBEE, Ariz. — Mike Anderson waded through knee-high weeds as his index finger traced a path along a crinkled map of Evergreen Cemetery.
This week's #TBT brings us back to July of 1987. We're treated to photos from a Coast Guard Change of Command ceremony; Fourth of July celebrations; looks at the high Lake Michigan water levels; and several freighters visiting port.
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum will open its doors to the public on July 7. In the meantime, members of the museum staff have been hard at work making changes to the museum exhibits to make social distancing easier in the era of COVID-19.