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One new project and a couple of continuing projects will impact residents and motorists traveling through the Spring Lake area in the coming days.

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WEST OLIVE — Daily (9 a.m. to 3 p.m.) lane closures for road work will be in effect Tuesday and Wednesday on northbound U.S. 31 at Barry Street, between New Holland and Van Buren streets in Olive Township.

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SPRING LAKE — Daily lane closures for road work will be in effect next week, Monday through Friday, on M-104 between U.S. 31 and Lake Avenue in Spring Lake.

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A project to add a center turn lane on M-104 and a bike path along the highway in Spring Lake Township is expected to be completed by the middle of next month.

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Work to add a center turn lane on M-104 in Spring Lake Township started Monday and is expected to continue into early July.

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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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SUEZ, Egypt (AP) — Salvage teams on Monday freed a colossal container ship stuck for nearly a week in the Suez Canal, ending a crisis that had clogged one of the world's most vital waterways and halted billions of dollars a day in maritime commerce.

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Thirty-six years after Tim Meyer left the food service industry and opened up a bicycle shop in Grand Haven, the reins have been turned over to his sons.

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When the construction season starts this spring, plans are to move ahead with a center turn lane on M-104 in Spring Lake Township, from about Krueger Street to 148th Avenue.

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A 10-year millage to maintain and replace motorized equipment in the city of Ferrysburg expires this year, so a request for a 10-year renewal will be on the May 4 ballot, City Council members agreed Monday night.

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The Grand Haven Township Board on Monday delayed a decision to close Pierce Street’s access to U.S. 31 in favor of a cul-de-sac, west of the railroad tracks that run along the highway.

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The intersection at Fifth Street and Washington Avenue, on the southern corner of Grand Haven’s Central Park, will soon become a four-way stop.

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Lane closures for traffic signal work will be in effect for about two hours Tuesday morning on southbound U.S. 31 (Beacon Boulevard) at Columbus Avenue, just south of Fulton Avenue.

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Pilots flying in and out of Grand Haven will soon have the luxury of a smoother runway.

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The general public has two more weeks to ask questions and comment on an upcoming $22.8 million maintenance project that involves five bridges in the U.S. 31 and M-104 triangle area intersecting Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Ferrysburg.

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A virtual public meeting is planned for next week to take public input on a $22.8 million bridge project set for 2021-22 in the area of U.S. 31 and M-104, which connects Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Ferrysburg.

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Harbor Transit has taken added precautions in an effort to protect the health of its riders by announcing that limited service went into effect Monday and will remain in place until further notice.

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In the coming months, members of the Harbor Transit Multi-Modal Transportation System Board will be faced with questions concerning the future of the local mass transportation organization.

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While infrastructure reform has been a key issue for Gov. Gretchen Whitmer during her time in Lansing, it’s been difficult for her and the GOP-controlled Legislature to agree on how to generate the money needed for rebuilding Michigan’s crumbling roads and bridges.

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LANSING — The Michigan Senate voted Tuesday to require that a study be done to assess the feasibility of tolls along the state’s highways, as lawmakers consider ways to boost spending on deteriorating infrastructure.

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The port of Grand Haven was busy over the Labor Day weekend, as four vessels visited in three days.