“We start together. We finish together,” said Nichole Hudson prior to leading the first Law Enforcement Torch Run held in Grand Haven in a decade.
Local man pushing to keep the Dewey Hill anchor up year-round, with lights at night.
A Grand Haven-area Uber driver says she is still in shock over a rider's crude and sexual advances over the Labor Day weekend.
Large group gathers for Labor Day Bridge Walk in Grand Haven on Monday, Sept. 3, 2018, before the next round of rain hit the area. Photos by Bob Walma
More storms expected today, Wednesday
The walk will begin at 9 a.m. Monday, Sept. 3, at the north end of the Third Street Bridge.
A former Spring Lake man continues to recover from multiple injuries he suffered when he crashed his motorcycle on the Grand Haven drawbridge Monday night.
Alcohol use is suspected in the crash and the incident will be reviewed by the Ottawa County Prosecutor’s Office for charges once the investigation is complete, police said.
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.
The Law Enforcement Torch Run benefiting Michigan Special Olympics returns to Grand Haven next month for the first time in 10 years.
Extended Grace is leasing the building at 712 Columbus Ave., which is next door to the main Momentum Center for Social Engagement.
When the orange Coast Guard helicopter flies over the Tri-Cities area during the first week of September, it’s likely that Grand Haven native Andy McCabe will be aboard.
City officials estimate that they will need to begin levying 3 mills by 2021 to keep up with Grand Haven’s infrastructure needs.
The owner of the Absolute Navetta 58 asked to remain anonymous in order to maintain his family’s privacy, but he was willing to tell the story of how the unique boat called Last Morning ended up in Grand Haven.
Grand Haven officials meeting with congressman about drawbridge issues when the bridge’s locking mechanism malfunctions.