Last week, one of our most devoted readers emailed a Letter to the Editor calling us out for what he feels is an inordinate number of political cartoons and “cherry-picked” columns critical of President Donald Trump.
It’s great to see Grand Haven officials take a permanent step to manage parking concerns in the city, especially on the heels of the city’s own downtown parking study and a recent Grand Valley State University tourism study which showed parking availability as a concern by visitors.
Politics can often produce strange bedfellows, as witnessed recently in a sign-swiping case in Spring Lake Township.
It’s clear we live in a caring, giving community. How else do you explain the outpouring of support for the people in Houston?
Grand Haven’s students and teachers went back to school on Tuesday, while those in Spring Lake made their return to the classroom last week.
A popular phrase often heard is to “make sure you get it in writing,” and it’s a motto we’re glad to see the Village of Spring Lake taking up.
Walk the Beat is a huge benefit to our community, for which we’re extremely appreciative.
Hatton owed it to her supporters — and she had many — to ride out her push for disincorporation until after the votes had been counted.
With all the hoopla of the past week centered around the Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival, Tuesday’s primary elections may have been out of mind for many of us.
Two months ago, it sounded nearly certain that the inline hockey rink at Mercury Park was going to be removed in favor of new pickleball courts.
When a series of fights broke out at Grand Haven State Park on Monday evening, there were only six DNR officers patrolling the park.
Grand Haven Township residents and officials aren’t thrilled with the new parking fee instituted at Grand Haven’s City Beach — and we don’t blame them.
Last week, the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department and the U.S. Coast Guard, along with the Holland Department of Public Safety, gathered at Holland State Park to promote a cooperative public service announcement video.
We applaud area schools for participating in National Bike to School Day earlier this month, but we do have a concern that may have been overlooked.
For years, the number of kids participating in the Northwest Ottawa Recreation Authority’s in-line hockey league has dropped like a Blackhawk player getting checked by Niklas Kronwall.