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Parishioners gathered in a tent outside St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Grand Haven on Monday evening to talk with Bishop David Walkowiak about the recent dismissal of “Father Bill” Langlois from the priesthood.

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A Muskegon woman who was injured in a motorcycle crash Sunday evening in Ferrysburg has died, Sgt. Mike VanDenBosch of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday.

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A fire that destroyed a storage barn at a dairy farm Wednesday morning could easily have been a lot worse, said Robinson Township Fire Chief Paul VanVelzen.

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(AP) — The three weeks of testimony at a former Minneapolis police officer's trial in the death of George Floyd were filled with indelible moments, ranging from witnesses breaking down as they relived what they saw to a clinical account by one expert pinpointing on video the instant he belie…

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Northbound U.S. 31 at Hayes Street was closed for several hours Friday morning for a rear-end crash that resulted in critical injuries to one of the drivers.

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A Spring Lake woman died at a Muskegon hospital several hours after being involved in a head-on crash Wednesday afternoon on M-104, east of 144th Avenue in Crockery Township.

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Defendants facing mandatory jail time due to a felony impaired driving conviction might not actually have to serve the time due to changes in the state statute that takes effect today.

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HOLLAND — Willie Thomas Riley on Monday pleaded no contest to charges of attempted murder for shooting his girlfriend in the face last summer at an apartment complex in Holland Township.