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17 hrs ago | Grand Haven Tribune
Mayor Geri McCaleb updated residents and City Council on current and recently completed city affairs during her State of the City address on Monday night. Of note during the mayor's presentation were the progress and developments that have taken place on the city's east side.
21 hrs ago | Grand Haven Tribune
Grand Haven police rushed to the scene of an armed robbery that occurred at about 3:45 p.m. Tuesday at Allied Cash Advance on Beacon Boulevard. An employee at the business called for emergency assistance after she said a white female wearing a black sweatshirt held her up with a handgun and stole money.
21 hrs ago | MLive.com
The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety late Tuesday, Sept. 16, was investigating a reported robbery at Allied Cash, 1013 S. Beacon Blvd. An employee at the business told police the woman entered through the front door and demanded money.
Yesterday | MLive.com
Oct. 12, will transform the city's historic Main Street District into a showroom for intriguing sculptures, enchanting paintings and captivating photography in which artists can compete and the community can vote. "In any given community, there is always a population of artists, but they aren't always aware of each other or supported," said Chris Protas, director and curator of Grand Haven's Fire Barn Gallery.
It's a secret known only to the loyal patrons of Stan's Bar in Spring Lake, and it's been benefiting residents for years. The popular bar located at 208 W. Savidge St. in the heart of downtown, has long been a popular gathering spot for drinks, bar burgers and cheerful company, but it's an unexpected offering that makes Stan's a true neighborhood bar.
Perhaps a bustling restaurant scene suits your fancy. Or maybe it's a collection of eclectic shops that rank highest in importance.
Muskegon Community College will celebrate its founding in 1926 with a "Roaring Twenties- style" event at the Lake House, 730 Terrace Point Drive, in Muskegon on Sept. 18. The event will take place from 6-8:30 p.m. and will feature live jazz, snacks, silent auction, cash bar and, of course, flappers.
The bench seat presides over family court cases. Hoogstra was appointed to the non-partisan position in March 2013 by Gov. Rick Snyder, after John C. Ruck's retirement.
They recently made it on FOX 17 news by donating a puppy to a sick child, now Grand Haven's Puppy Breath Rescue is working to find homes for other dogs.
Most incidents in the Great Lakes where someone has drowned or needed to be rescued happen near a structure like a breakwater or pier, the National Weather Service says. That's in part because piers and breakwaters, places where people often go to enjoy the lakes, have structural currents that can make the water dangerous.
The downtown Grand Haven waterfront will be bubbling with family-friendly activities this weekend as the Grand Haven Area Convention and Visitors Bureau hosts the 11th annual Salmon Festival. The festival was designed to mark the passing of summer, promote the area as a unique fall tourist destination, and celebrate the fall harvest season and salmon migration.
After he was recently named a top 14 finalist in the Jim Brickman In the Spotlight 2014 music competition, the Grand Haven Township teen asked community members to vote for him to win the opportunity to sing alongside Brickman. Once all of the votes were tallied, Zimmerman received an unexpected call from Brickman to inform him that he won.
This is the time of year that the wind and waves kick up and salmon head inland to start running rivers. In the channel from Lake Michigan, salmon have been seen jumping.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 08:00 pm
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