Campers at Grand Haven State Park celebrated the Fourth of July with a parade through the campground.
The season premiere of “Hello Below” will air on the Smithsonian Channel at 9 p.m. Sunday, July 1.
According to the National Retail Federation’s annual survey, 43 percent of Americans plan to celebrate the Fourth of July with fireworks.
Grand Haven's annual Fourth of July fireworks show thrilled the huge gathering of spectators who flocked downtown for the night.
Coast Guard Station Grand Haven crews are now up to speed and patrolling West Michigan waters on the new 29-foot response boats that were delivered in late March.
The Fourth of July festivities ran throughout the day across the Tri-Cities.
There will be plenty of opportunities to celebrate the day in the Tri-Cities this year.
Fireworks remain a staple of local Fourth of July celebrations.
The skies above Grand Haven’s harbor will light up with color on Tuesday, July 4, for the city’s annual Independence Day fireworks display.
All things considered, it was a safe and enjoyable Fourth of July holiday weekend, said Grand Haven Public Safety Director Jeff Hawke.
FERRYSBURG — Ottawa County Sheriff’s Sgt. Jason Kik says he loves the small town flavor of the Ferrysburg Fourth of July Parade.
Ferrysburg Fourth of July festivities include a mayor's breakfast, parade and community picnic.
In a few short days, residents and visitors of Grand Haven will be able to witness a fireworks display high above Dewey Hill and the waterfront.
The annual Fourth of July fireworks display brings thousands of people to downtown Grand Haven, but city officials say not to get there too early.