Former Fruitport and current Davenport University wrestling standout Levi Six is putting his studies in sports business management to work this month
Police say the recent installation of new life rings on Grand Haven’s south pier enabled bystanders to rescue a struggling swimmer from Lake Michigan on Saturday night.
From youth clinics to tournaments and scholarships, West Michigan Beach Volleyball continues to grow the game from the ground up
The beach at Grand Haven State Park was calm, cool and still Friday afternoon when officials gathered to remember a tragedy that occurred last year, and to announce a host of new equipment to help keep beachgoers safe this summer.
Under a new roof, the “historic” pavilion building at Grand Haven State Park will undergo interior renovations.
To celebrate 100 years of Michigan’s state parks, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer handed out ingredients to make s’mores to dozens of local schoolchildren at Grand Haven State Park on Friday.
The event is open to the public and all ages. Even if you can’t make it for the entire time, you can volunteer for any part of the three-hour event.
Ground was broken recently on the final phase of a project to renovate the Grand Haven State Park campground’s crumbling pavement, and is expected to wrap up just in time for the new Kite Fest.
On a beautiful, sunny day two months ago, Aquinas College senior Briana Meeker went out to the Rosy Mound Natural Area in Ottawa County’s Grand Haven Township. But what she saw disappointed her.
A sunny Friday afternoon made for great viewing of ice formations on the Lake Michigan lakeshore. Residents visited Grand Haven State Park to check out the views.
In its lame-duck session in December, the Michigan Legislature approved numerous pet projects including a grant of $1.5 million for ongoing maintenance projects at Grand Haven State Park. The funds will help complete renovations and envision new uses for the pavilion.
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.
UPDATE: The warning for hazardous swimming conditions on Lake Michigan beaches from St. Joseph to Manistee has been extended until 11 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29.
UPDATED: 11:50 a.m. Monday with second victim’s identity.
Two men drowned, several others rescued from Lake Michigan
Police chief: Stay out of the water; multiple victims