If we are going to obsess over generations, we should do so more over the generation that is departing us. The beach we are currently losing through seasonal fluctuations in water levels may come back.
Many drivers are cheering action in Lansing that — beginning in about a year — will allow Michigan residents to reduce their automobile insurance costs.
The government shutdown that Trump says could last "a long time" without funding for a border wall may hurt farmers by delaying the administration's ability to steer through the approval for year-round sales of a 15 percent ethanol blend for gasoline before the summer begins.
It used to be that we worshiped the trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. That was a different age. Now it seems that it is more popular to worship the trinity of me, myself and I.
Let’s get the cliche out of the way right off the bat. This will not be “goodbye.” This will be “see you later.”
Our privacy rights are being compromised on a regular basis.
In May, community columnist Mark Smith paid tribute to his mother for Mother’s Day. Now, with Father’s Day nearing, he remembers his dad.
Like so many parents in West Michigan and across the country, we had a high school senior graduate last month.
How much money is too much for a high school football coach? North Carolina’s largest school district has provided something of an answer.
We urge students thinking about going into teaching to do their homework and get the facts straight when making their decision. Talk to someone in teaching and see if they are willing to share with you how they are compensated.
Tomorrow, June 6, is the 75th anniversary of D-Day — the largest seaborne invasion in history when Allied forces landed on the beach of Normandy during World War II.
In February, I experienced a major crisis. I simultaneously lost my home and was suspended without pay from my job. Humiliated, I began calling my friends to ask for a place to stay.
Fred worked 35 years at the Tribune, including the last 20 as managing editor before retiring in 1998. Fred was one of the most respected editors in the state. He was the key factor in the growth of the Tribune.
There are many things about babysitting and growing up in a neighborhood filled with kids that are universal experiences.
The city has nowhere to grow but up, with taller buildings and higher-density housing — an inevitable outcome in Michigan’s fastest-growing county.