A fire at a Grand Haven laundromat was quickly extinguished Thursday evening.
Update (5:14 p.m.) — The bridge is now open to traffic in both directions.
The 10th running of the Katty Shack 5K is Saturday, April 27, starting and ending at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Grand Haven.
Three people suffered minor injuries in a two-vehicle rollover crash Tuesday morning on the southeast side of Grand Haven.
After hearing testimony and criticism from local advocates Monday, the Grand Haven City Council took the first step to allowing medical marijuana businesses.
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at Grand Haven City Hall, as the council will weigh whether to direct staff and the city’s Planning Commission to draft an ordinance.
Update: Police confirm name of victim
A stairwell of testimony and hope is on display at the Ottawa County Courthouse in Grand Haven as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
The Midwest Michigan branch of the American Public Works Association endorsed the plan to build the monument along Grand Haven’s waterfront.
A 42-year-old Grand Haven woman refused medical treatment after rolling her car on the Grand Haven drawbridge early Monday morning.
A large emergency presence at the corner of Washington Avenue and Fifth Street in Grand Haven late Tuesday morning was required because of the number of inmates requesting medical treatment following a fender-bender crash, officials said.
The works of a former Crockery Township artist are on display this month in the Mezzanine Gallery at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, 200 Washington Ave.
“Icebound: The Ordeal of the SS Michigan” can be viewed through September in the small gallery at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, 200 Washington Ave.
Area residents can show off collections in museum's Community Case.
New permanent exhibit and interactive displays are part of the plan.