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3 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
The trial of a western Michigan man charged with fatally shooting his sister and brother-in-law in 1987 is expected to last at least two weeks.
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3 hrs ago | WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
It's considered their biggest job fair to date as employers hoped to fill 600 jobs during the Grand Rapids Community COllege annual job fair.
The former Armory building in downtown Grand Haven was evacuated Monday afternoon for a smoke investigation.
Ottawa County's Central Dispatch told WOOD Radio Grand Haven's firefighters were called to The Armory on 2nd Street and Grand Haven Township's department offered some assistance working a hydrant at the scene.
The average price for regular, unleaded fuel in West Michigan is $3.72, according to Monday's AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report.
This is the first in a two-part series today that presents the viewpoints of two local women who hope to lay the foundation for more housing choices for disabled residents.
If you had the desire to drive down and check out the Grand Haven pier in all its wintry glory over the past few weekends, you've likely found yourself instead stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic.
Three of the Shrine Circus clowns received a special treat while performing in the center ring of the 29th Annual Muskegon Shrine Circus Friday at the L.C. Walker Arena: a "Happy Birthday" greeting from the audience.
Barb asked, "Why did they put the fence up around the lighthouse on the pier? It makes walking to the end a little harder for seniors.
A Grand Haven High School freshmen was among third prize winners in C-SPAN's national 2014 StudentCam competition to produce a documentary on a national policy issue.
"We rented five or six homes, we were here for a week and I absolutely fell in love with it - the feel of the town, the charm, the quaintness, the water," Fagan said.
Jury selection is complete for the upcoming trial of Ryan Wyngarden who is accused of killing his sister and brother-in-law in 1987.
Bringing nature to life in metal sculpture as wall hangings and table top sculpture is what Holland native Steve Penna has been doing since 2008.
The Rev. Jared Cramer smiled and waved as traffic flowed past him along Beacon Boulevard in Grand Haven on Wednesday.