Officials were still on the scene, at around 7 p.m., of a large gas spill that occurred late Sunday afternoon at the Dockside EZ Mart, 123 Pine Street, in Ferrysburg.
City Council isn't agreeing on much these days, but when it comes to their evaluation of City Manager Craig Bessinger, there's consensus – he's doing a great job.
Residents around Ferrysburg park asked to pick up yard waste.
Supporters of Ferrysburg mayoral candidate Regina Sjoberg remain on the attack over a political banner that had been displayed on a city council member's deck prior to the August 8 primary election.
Hundreds of boaters tied together in the annual Labor Day Weekend raft-off on Sunday at Smith’s Bayou on Spring Lake.
A few hundred boaters rafted together outside Smith's Bayou on Spring Lake Sunday as part of an annual Labor Day weekend event. Photos by Becky Vargo
Kirk and Gina Olson took top honors in the 11th Annual Smith’s Bayou Chili Cookoff on Saturday.
FERRYSBURG — Ten cooks will provide samples of mild, spicy and white chili in a competition to win the 11th annual Smith’s Bayou Chili Cookoff on Saturday.
FERRYSBURG — The superstructure of the new Gateway Church has risen, and the church’s pastor says it’s been miraculous how the fundraising has provided for a debt-free facility once it’s constructed.
Here’s what you can expect to find on the ballot in the Tri-Cities:
Leo and Courtney Lampinen watched their twin sons, Jason and Jackson, 4, as they eagerly watched a clown make them balloon animals.
Ferrysburg voters will be asked to choose between three candidates for mayor in the Aug. 8 primary, with the top two vote-getters advancing to the November ballot.
The Fourth of July festivities ran throughout the day across the Tri-Cities.
The annual Fourth of July Parade in Ferrysburg, Tuesday, July 4, 2017.
New map signs installed, new trail open at Kitchel-Lindquist-Hartger Dunes Preserve.