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Eddie Bremer, 10, rolled the tip of his finger onto a white tile, and then used a small brush to carefully dust graphite powder across the tile to reveal his fingerprint.
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While driving through the city's north side, many Grand Haven residents have contemplated pulling into the Grand Landing development for a sub at Jimmy John's, maybe some Mexican food at Sam's Taco, or some tasty desserts at Sweet Temptations or Culver's.
The Grand Haven Main Street Downtown Development Authority has announced a new service designed to help both current and potential entrepreneurs.
Grand Haven Department of Public Safety officials have identified the body of a male who was recovered Wednesday morning from the Grand River at the Grand Haven Harbor near Dewey Hill, according to a press release.
Even though we're not typically a tornado target, twisters have found their way to our neighborhoods over the years.
Billy of Grand Haven asked, "I was wondering if the Tribune warned us of the bridge road work? If so, I missed it.
Steve Hewitt, 50, died while jogging at Hoffman Park. That's according to staff at Grand Haven High School, where he taught.
The deceased victim, a young black male, was found around 2:30 a.m. July 9 on Hovey Avenue between Hoyt and Reynolds streets, Muskegon Heights Police Chief Lynn Gill said.
This morning, a body was pulled from the north side of the Grand River channel in Grand Haven.
People strolling the boardwalk watched as police pulled a body from the north side of the Grand River channel Wednesday morning.
The body of a male was recovered from the Grand River at the Grand Haven Harbor near Dewey Hill Wednesday morning, according to a release by Grand Haven Department of Public Safety.
The Transportation Security Administration is requiring passengers at some overseas airports that offer U.S.-bound flights to power on their electronic devices.
A middle-of-the-night cellphone conversation with a 13-year-old girl led the Coast Guard to a pontoon boat grounded in a western Michigan river, where crew members used an inflatable ice skiff to rescue 15 people, 13 of them deaf and four lacking medicine they needed, a spokesman said Sunday.
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Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 08:06 am
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