The season premiere of “Hello Below” will air on the Smithsonian Channel at 9 p.m. Sunday, July 1.
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the sinking of the Escanaba during World War II, the Coast Guard Festival committee hosted a memorial service this morning at Escanaba Park. The service featured the dedication of an area with the names of the
We asked our Facebook friends to share their memories from the windstorm of 1998. Here’s what they had to say:
Longtime Tribune newsroom staffer recalls the trials of the storm 20 years ago today.
Wind gusts were clocked at more than 120 mph in the early morning hours of Sunday, May 31, 1998, when a storm rolled across Lake Michigan and slammed into the Lakeshore.
Researchers are setting out again in search of the remains of Northwest Airlines Flight 2501, which disappeared over Lake Michigan nearly 70 years ago.
The West Michigan Historical Alliance says the 2018 Feast of the Strawberry Moon will take place June 9-10.
The Michigan Shipwreck Research Association will tell the story of that shipwreck and others at an upcoming event in Holland.
Local historian Wallace Ewing and Loutit District Library genealogy specialist Jeanette Weiden recently turned their focus on the columns of former Grand Haven Tribune editor Clarence “Tad” Poel for their book, “Focus on People.”
The historic coal tipple along Harbor Drive remains on the city’s artifact to-do list, three years after engineers worked to evaluate the condition of the structure.
Local author Wally Ewing was recently honored with a grant and award for his local history book, “Footprints.”
HICKORY CORNERS — A different kind of driving lesson — in a vehicle with a top speed of 40 mph that hasn't been produced in nearly a century — is gaining traction at the Gilmore Car Museum.
The next evolution of Grand Haven’s waterfront will begin today when the long-awaited redevelopment of Waterfront Stadium officially begins.
A Michigan airman whose plane crashed during World War II has been identified among the remains recently discovered on a Pacific Ocean island, the U.S. government said.
Saturday and Sunday, the public is invited to the annual event that has grown every year since its inception in 2008.