A Fennville woman has pleaded not guilty to operating while impaired – a charge that resulted after she lost control of her vehicle and ran into a house in Grand Haven earlier this month.
Despite the rain and gloom that has filled most of the summer thus far, some local business owners say their business is doing fine.
Members of the LaRouche Political Action Committee (PAC) set up a display in support of President Trump late Monday morning in front of the Grand Haven post office.
A recent staff turnover at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum was positive and amicable, according to Director Julie Bunke.
Two days before the official first day of summer, the sun peeked through the clouds, the air temperature rose above 70 degrees and a handful of children played in Lake Michigan near Grand Haven’s South Pier on Wednesday.
The sun peeked out. The temperature climbed into the 70s. The Coast Guard helicopter flew overhead and Coast Guard and Ottawa County Sheriff Marine Patrol boats were on the water. The freighter Wilfred Sykes entered the Grand Haven channel. What
The port of Grand Haven is getting busy as four vessels called upon docks on the Grand River this past week.
Grand Haven’s improved Musical Fountain will sound off Thursday for the first time, featuring tunes old and new.
Preschool Science Lab held at Loutit District Library
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum plans to “Party like it’s 1959” as it celebrates 60 years of sharing the history of Northwest Ottawa County.
The Grand Haven Elks Lodge will host a Flag Day ceremony at the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium on Friday, June 14, at 6 p.m.
Police are interested in finding a motorcyclist who sped through the north side of Grand Haven and fled after police terminated a pursuit early Saturday afternoon.
UPDATED: Wednesday, 8:25 a.m.
Todd Klein was on his front porch Tuesday evening when the sound of a car rapidly accelerating on Beacon Boulevard caught his attention.
Mother Nature didn’t do the Feast of the Strawberry Moon organizers any favors.
The festival’s executive director, Mike Smith, presented the changes to the Grand Haven City Council on Monday, including shortened hours and new layouts.