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2 hrs ago | MLive.com
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.
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6 hrs ago | Grand Haven Tribune
"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.
10 hrs ago | Grand Haven Tribune
Jury selection is complete for the upcoming trial of Ryan Wyngarden who is accused of killing his sister and brother-in-law in 1987.
12 hrs ago | MLive.com
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.
16 hrs ago | Grand Haven Tribune
The Rev. Jared Cramer smiled and waved as traffic flowed past him along Beacon Boulevard in Grand Haven on Wednesday.
Twenty years ago, I was sitting on a playground in Islamabad, Pakistan, with a few of my 9-year-old peers.
Amy of Grand Haven asked, "What exactly is Ash Wednesday? I see Christian churches holding Ash Wednesday services and, not being a Christian myself, have wondered what that meant."
Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration answered that and other questions about lake levels and the potential for flooding on the Grand River during a teleconference Wednesday afternoon.
A Grand Haven woman is hospitalized with serious injuries Wednesday, March 5, after she was ejected from her vehicle in a two-car crash, Ottawa County sheriff's authorities said.
The U-S Army Corps of Engineers will distribute $25 million more for Great Lakes navigation projects, including funding to help address the backlog of dredging projects in the Great Lakes.
Even though a Ferrysburg man is going to prison for at least three years, the victim said she feels like she lost, because it should have been for much longer.
Her nonfiction books include "Fearless Confessions: A Writer's Guide to Memoir," "Love Sick: One Woman's Journey through Sexual Addiction" and "Because I Remember Terror, Father, I Remember You."
Local historian Nancy Buchanan will present a look at the foundation of the home - the kitchen - in 1914 as Loutit District Library's centennial series continues on Thursday, March 6. Buchanan will present hands-on items, like kitchen gadgets and cleaning tools, along with a slideshow featuring such household items as wringer washers and wood/gas ... (more)
After several weeks of debate in the community, Grand Haven City Council decided to take a step back from banning dogs at the city's Lake Michigan beach.
The Michigan Recycling Coalition is bringing an intensive, three-part series to the Lakeshore on how companies and organizations can use a materials management and recycling program to improve their bottom line.