The continued aging of Baby Boomers is contributing to the upward trend of medical runs by Northwest Ottawa County fire departments, with all but Grand Haven City reporting a record number of runs in 2017.
The project would include replacement of the force sewer main under the Grand River, which connects Spring Lake and Ferrysburg to the wastewater facility in Grand Haven.
News of Wetland Watch’s success comes on the heels of the latest round of treatment, which occurred last fall.
Recently tabulated numbers show that the service had ridership of 253,957 last year — an increase of 1.6 percent over 2016.
Grant helps local fire departments get new AutoPulse units.
Ottawa County leaders are working to address lack of available affordable housing units across the county.
Northwest Ottawa County communities are close to a new contract extension with the local hospital for ambulance services.
A look at the candidates, ballot proposals appearing the ballot this Tuesday, Nov. 7.
While the Ottawa County Road Commission is preparing for the winter maintenance season, projects for the 2018 construction season are already on the radar for the county road agency.
Officials from the local Chamber of Commerce have made the rounds to area municipalities in recent weeks, highlighting details of the 2017 Business Intelligence Report for the Lakeshore region.
Fire Prevention Week activities continue this week in northwest Ottawa County with open houses tonight in Ferrysburg, Tuesday in Grand Haven Township and Saturday in Grand Haven.
With Michigan being home to 111 tree cities — two located right here in northwest Ottawa County in Grand Haven and Spring Lake — there is ample opportunity to find the perfect place to view fall color.
Streets and pathways have been cleared and power continues to be restored to hundreds of thousands of people left in the dark by a storm that ripped through the Grand Haven area early Friday morning.
The Grand Haven-Spring Lake Sewer Authority is embarking on a process to make more than $8 million worth of upgrades to certain treatment facility components over the next several years.
Paul Isely, associate dean of the College of Business at Grand Valley State University, shared his views on the economy of West Michigan during Tuesday’s Economic Forecast 2017 at the Grand Haven Community Center.