While I agree that the empty storefronts weren’t lovely, I wonder who this “Village” is for.
Starting school after Labor Day has become tradition for Michigan students and their families, but a growing number of districts are bucking the trend.
Earlier this month, my wife Marilyn and I had the unique experience of being volunteer “lighthouse keepers” at Mission Point Lighthouse at the end of Old Mission Peninsula.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Zac Edwards was celebrating the future he would spend with his new bride on a warm summer afternoon in Orange Beach, Alabama. But that future would soon be in jeopardy.
I remember my daughter wanted to be the UPS man because she thought it must be like being Santa every day delivering packages.
You may have read that scores of U.S. newspapers responded last week in independently written editorials to President Trump’s many attacks on journalists as enemies — his word — of the American people.
Creating no waste seemed like an environmentalist’s fantastical dream. It was a valiant idea, but one that only hardcore tree-huggers could do.
The constant, unrelenting and, frankly, untruthful bashing of “the media” by President Trump strikes at the core of much more than an industry.
Having been in education for so many years, the ending of August heralds the start of the school year and my brain still flips to the school calendar.
About 400,000 registered voters in the habit of watching Michigan's primary elections from the sidelines decided to get in the game last week — and the state's electoral machinery nearly broke under the strain.
Transparency should be the goal in political spending. Especially when "dark money" crosses the line into unsanctioned activity, alarms should sound.
Dr. Brian Stork recently wrote about how the sale of flowers could help hundreds of Muskegon-area teens and young adults who have “aged-out” of the foster care system and are struggling.
They’re night owls, so they just get cranking about the time my head hits the pillow. I appreciate their input, but I wish they would keep more regular hours.
Dan Bylsma broke my heart in 2009. He may have broken yours, as well.
For all the Trump administration’s work to discourage abortions, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is taking a backward approach when it comes to preventing unwanted teen pregnancies.