Like many of its neighbors, Spring Lake Township is putting restrictions in place after Michigan voters’ approval last month of Proposal 1, which legalizes recreational marijuana.
A 42-year-old man, whom police declined to name, was in critical condition after suffering a medical condition late Wednesday afternoon that resulted in a minor crash.
Police continue to investigate an unarmed robbery that occurred early Sunday evening in Spring Lake Township.
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Residents of a Spring Lake Township home evacuated safely when their house caught on fire early Thanksgiving morning.
The U.S. Green Building Council of West Michigan has deemed the Spring Lake Township fire station at M-104/Fruitport Road as the highest-rated LEED Gold Commercial Building for this year.
Although the action comes with no formal plans for improvements to the state highway, Township Manager Gordon Gallagher said the authority will likely put the township in a favorable light for future grant money.
Two teenage boys suffered second- and third-degree burns when their tree fort caught on fire early Saturday morning in Spring Lake Township.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — According to the Ottawa County Road Commission, 148th Avenue in Spring Lake Township will be closed to through-traffic Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 7-8, for a culvert replacement.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — Lloyd's Bayou residents are growing increasingly frustrated over algae and other water weed growth, citing concerns of property devaluation and navigation hazards.
The Spring Lake Township Board recently approved a new logo designed by Jillian Garzelloni, 18. Her design will be incorporated into the municipality’s letterhead, vehicles and elsewhere over time.
“I was going to start loading my car to go to work (and) the garage was filled with smoke,” said Mary Kuehle. “It was billowing up under my car, so I ran in the house and called 911. It scared me.”
A tree and two utility poles are down and across a residential street in Spring Lake Township.
Township Water Department employee Scott Rochon got a huge shock, but fortunately not a huge snap, when he entered a portable toilet in the Arcadia housing development off 148th Avenue.
It is only the second fire station in the state to receive the designation, according to Spring Lake Township Fire Chief Brian Sipe.