With a gale warning in effect for the Lakeshore area and sustained winds at more than 25 miles per hour, Lake Michigan was whipped into a frenzy on Tuesday, Oct. 16. The U.S. Coast Guard took advantage of the waves to get in some training.
The former site of the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, itself an historic building constructed in 1870, may see the addition of several doors and taller windows on its waterfront side.
Builder Ryan Livingston said he received quite a few shocked, and even dirty, looks Friday morning as his crew razed the landmark log cabin at 10 Grand Ave. in Grand Haven.
The Centre Point development on Robbins Road is moving along, with several potential tenants being considered for the site.
During Wednesday’s testimony, police detectives described the extreme cold and snowy conditions they encountered while searching for the 59-year-old Crockery Township woman. Police also noted how the search for the missing woman quickly changed into a suspicious death investigation.
Update (4:25 p.m.) – According to the Board of Light and Power’s outage map, power is back online throughout Grand Haven.
The sites are at Griffin Elementary School, 1700 S. Griffin St.; and Lakeshore Middle School, 900 Cutler St.
A confession written by Wendell Earl Popejoy, 64, will be allowed as evidence in the trial, despite a defense request to suppress the document.
The new route that was originally planned for Monday through Wednesday will be moved from First Street and Clinton Avenue to Second Street and Lafayette.
A 22-year-old Muskegon woman sought her own treatment for injuries following a two-car crash Tuesday morning in Grand Haven.
A 65-year-old Muskegon woman was taken to the hospital following a three-car crash Monday afternoon on Beacon Boulevard north of Taylor Avenue in Grand Haven.
Art simplified is what Grand Haven’s miniature version of the much larger Grand Rapids art festival is all about, according to ArtWalk organizers.
Grand Haven officials and local state lawmakers gathered at Grand Haven City Hall on Friday as the city received its Redevelopment Ready certification.
City Manager Pat McGinnis used the big scissors to slash a blue ribbon to kick things off Wednesday evening on Grand Haven’s downtown waterfront.
A 40-year-old Muskegon woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a two-car crash Wednesday morning on the east side of Grand Haven.