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6 hrs ago | Grand Haven Tribune
"I noticed the question about the 'coming soon' pizza window sign on Robbins Road , so I decided to ask about other signs that bug me.
12 hrs ago | Grand Haven Tribune
Grand Haven officials continue to stand firm in their fight to keep the U.S. 31 landscaped boulevard through part of town.
16 hrs ago | Grand Haven Tribune
If you listened close enough Tuesday night, you may have heard the gasps, cheers and laughs coming from underneath the Big Top on Harbor Island.
The city has taken a step toward ensuring that Water Tank Hill stays in good shape for many years to come.
While local motorists began experiencing some of the lowest prices of the season in late July, recent reports indicate that prices have dropped even further since then.
Several hundred people crossed through the doors of the Hilt Building in the Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts this weekend to take part in the second-annual S.S. Kaizoku Con.
Hundreds turned out on a cool and breezy Saturday to celebrate the 30th birthday of a Grand Haven centerpiece.
A two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Michillinda and Weber roads left two drivers injured, with one carted away by ambulance on Friday, Aug. 15. Twenty-eight-year-old adventurer Jesse Hieb on Wednesday attempted to cross Lake Michigan on a stand-up-type paddle board.
So much so, that more than 250 people stood outside the Ferry Elementary School as part of a candlelight vigil on Friday, Aug. 15, to show their love and support.
A pawn shop in Grand Haven's tourist-friendly downtown may have been pressured by federal authorities in an initiative called "Operation Choke Point," according to the shop's owner.
When the 99th Fighter Squadron was deployed to North Africa in April of 1943, it marked a historic moment in U.S. military history.
A day after someone made a fake 911 call, claiming he was a 14-year-old who shot his parents near Grand Haven, detectives are busy trying to track down the origin of the Internet-based call.
The monster thunderstorm in Metro Detroit focused our attention back on infrastructure, and the flood might have prompted a state Senate workgroup to take another crack at road funding.
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Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 04:56 pm
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