It has been four weeks since the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium opened to the public, and the city now has a clearer picture of how many people can fit inside the space.
Grand Haven public safety officers used their combined muscle power to help a man in a wheelchair off a Harbor Transit trolley after the lift mechanism became stuck late Thursday afternoon.
One block of Sherman Street in Grand Haven was closed for about an hour Thursday after a garbage truck snagged some wires and pulled down a couple of utility poles.
With the city’s new water and sewer rates set to take effect on Aug. 1, Grand Haven finance officials continue to look at how best to fund future infrastructure improvements.
The city recently launched real-time streaming of all City Council meetings, which air live on Grand Haven’s YouTube channel.
Grand Haven leaders have taken the next step toward updating the east-side park.
Ambulances transported a pedestrian and the driver of one of three cars involved in a crash early Saturday afternoon next to the Grand Haven Farmer’s Market.
Architects and city leaders are in the process of designing new ways to utilize the space inside the former train depot in front of the new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A Good Samaritan evacuated five children from a large yacht that had caught fire and started to sink Wednesday afternoon on the Grand River near 152nd Avenue in Grand Haven Township.
The community has partnered with Kalamazoo-based Walker Consultants to conduct a $6,900 study of possible locations, potential cost and whether a parking ramp would be a good fit for the community.
An equipment malfunction at a Harbor Island substation caused a power outage that affected most of the City of Grand Haven late Wednesday afternoon.
The sewer rate increases 11 percent in 2018, and 8 percent in both 2019 and 2020, while the water rate increases 5 percent each of the next three years.
Spring Lake residents Doug and Gwen Noren had two new motors installed on their 28-foot Harbercraft boat and were provisioned to take off on a Great Loop tour next week.
A Chicago resident ended up abandoning his sailboat near the Grand Haven State Park on Sunday evening after he got caught too close to shore with his sail up and motor off, police said.
The consultant tasked with evaluating the Board of Light & Power’s 35-year-old Sims III power plant attended Thursday afternoon’s BLP board meeting to address the recently released report, which notes an investment of $35 million is needed over the next several years to keep it safe and reliable.