It has been four weeks since the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium opened to the public, and the city now has a clearer picture of how many people can fit inside the space.
Man dead, trooper wounded during traffic stop shootout; Michigan minimum wage ballot initiative challenged in court
With the recent stretch of ideal beach weather, Grand Haven’s sandy shores have seen plenty of traffic.
Clearing and not quite so warm today; warmer and mostly sunny Sunday.
Images from the opening round of competition at the Grand Haven Beach Vault. (Tribune photos/Josh VanDyke
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A loaded field of high school athletes competed for top honors during Day 1 of the Grand Haven Beach Vault
Died July 13, 2018
SATURDAY, July 14
The Tigers’ bats went quietly into the night in Houston on Friday, as the Astros scored a 3-0 shutout win.
Wendi Winters took a course in active shooter training, and that training saved one life and may have saved five others who survived the violent rampage in Capital Gazette offices on June 28.
He is facing up to life in federal prison.
Parents are always the lead “teacher” for their children, but this is never more true than in the summer months when seven hours of formal teaching and learning are replaced with a more open, relaxed schedule.
Ferrysburg, and Grand Haven city and township residents will be asked to approve a six-year millage renewal for the Tri-Cities Historical Museum on Aug. 7.