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Child starts Fruitport Township house fire with lighter, fire chief says
A child playing with a lighter is the cause of a Fruitport Township house fire that displaced four occupants early Sunday, March 16, said the director of public safety.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Passersby notice fire at Fruitport Township home; dog bolts to safety
A dog inside a Fruitport Township home Wednesday, March 12, wasn't going to stick around and see what happened next when smoke began to fill the residence.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Muskegon-area teens work to empower their peers during second annual youth summit
For weeks this academic year, more than a dozen adolescents gathered regularly, planning a day-long event to empower their peers and uplift their community.
High school musical: Fruitport schools present 'Peter Pan' March 14-15
The musical: "Peter Pan" is a musical adaptation of the 1904 play by J.M. Barrie.
Midday Muskegon headlines: Pigeon Hill's brewing, Aero Med called to crash, Marine recruiting
For years, local craft beer fans watched as microbreweries opened in West Michigan communities and across Michigan, longing for an outlet in Muskegon.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Grim details of charges against parents of brain-injured, malnourished baby outlined in court files
Kevin Lee Bastian , the father of a baby boy who nearly died of brain and spine injuries, is accused of hitting baby Oryn's head on a faucet, door frame and changing table.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Harsh winter got you down? 5 ways to shake the Winter Blues
According to the calendar, winter is almost over. But let's be honest - it doesn't feel close done.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Failed school bus inspections rise 200 percent in Muskegon area; find ...
The number of school buses in the Muskegon area that were slapped with "red tags" -- meaning repairs were needed before they could return to the road -- grew by more than 200 percent last year.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Grand Haven Tribune
Test scores released
On Friday, the Michigan Department of Education released results from the state assessment, which tests students in grades 3-8 on what they learned the previous year.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Fruitport Calvary Christian defeats Muskegon Catholic Central in...
Brianna Zehr of Fruitport Calvary Christian and Natalie Bertolone and Zhane Harris of Muskegon Catholic Central fight for possession of the ball in the third quarter of the Class D district championship game on February 28, 2014.
Thousands lose power in Fruitport area due to 'extrememly cold temperatures' causing broken line
Thousands of Consumers Energy customers in the Fruitport area were without power early Friday morning, Feb. 28 for about three hours.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Federal tribal recognition letter leads MLive readers to again debate Muskegon Indian casino issue
That was certainly the case in the past week with MLive readers as they reacted to a series of stories bringing the issue of a casino somewhere in Muskegon County back before the public.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Consumers Energy planning electricity service interruptions on Saturday morning
More than 9,500 properties in Muskegon County will be without electricity during the early morning hours on Saturday, March 1. Consumers Energy said on Wednesday, Feb. 26 that it has scheduled three electric interruptions in Muskegon, Fruitport Township, Muskegon Heights, Norton Shores and Roosevelt Park.
Muskegon live music listing: See where local, touring acts are playing this week
Brad Fritcher + Trois at the Book Nook and Java Shop, 8744 Ferry St., Montague, at 7 p.m. Information: Click here or call 894-5333.
Lawsuit against Muskegon County Drain Commissioner halts drain restoration effort
An effort to repair a county drain and re-draw the boundaries of the district it serves in Fruitport Township and Sullivan Township has been temporarily halted by a lawsuit.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Mayor Steve Gawron: The city of Muskegon 'is not waiting for a casino'
As the concept of an Indian casino in downtown Muskegon on the Harbor 31 business park site resurfaced, Muskegon Mayor Steve Gawron reiterated the city's impatience with a lack of development on the waterfront site.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Grand Haven Tribune
Photo Gallery: Net gains for Spring Lake
Spring Lake's boys and girls varsity basketball teams eacg clinched at least a share of the Lakes Eight Conference championship with wins over Fruitport on Friday night.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
'Active consideration' of Grand River tribal recognition...
Quietly in the background for several years, the idea of a downtown Muskegon casino was given new life in a December letter from the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Water main break temporarily shuts down Grand Haven Road between Porter and Hile in Norton Shores
An early afternoon water main break has prompted a street closure on Grand Haven Road between Porter and Hile streets in Norton Shores.
Grand Haven Tribune
Fruitport's future needs examined
From the library and classrooms to the boiler room, community members got a firsthand look at Fruitport High School on Wednesday night.