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Downtown Holland will be a busy place Saturday night. The GrooveWalk is taking place, mainly on Eighth Street but bands will be playing at many venues around the city.
Holland City Manager Ryan Cotton and BPW General Manager Dave Koster were in Washington D.C. on Wednesday to sign a letter of intent to compete for the Georgetown University Energy Prize.
There's low humidity and plant life hasn't greened up. Sun reaches the ground where it combines with strong winds to dry vegetation that died over the winter.
U.S News and World Report released its best 500 high schools nationwide and four West Michigan high schools are among the top 20 in Michigan.
Two years ago, Don Disselkoen had to wait until after midnight to find out he won re-election to the Ottawa County Board of Commissioners.
The annual assessment process in the city of Holland has gotten underway. City assessing administrator Dave Vanderheide says the State Tax Commission recommends that assessors inspect 20% of properties within the city limits.
In an airport in Honduras he met a woman whose life had been saved at the very medical clinic he was on his way to visit.
A 29-year-old Holland man could be a senior citizen the next time he walks as a free man.
Entrepreneur James Smits is taking advantage of how Americans are changing the way they move, a shift from rental trucks and moving companies to portable storage containers they can fill and unload themselves.
In an hour-long rant before he was sentenced in the 1987 killings of his sister and brother-in-law, Ryan Wyngarden called the judge a liar, said police framed him and vowed before God he was an innocent man.
Exploding onto the pop scene with her infectious breakout hit "My Another Day," Holland, Mich.-based pop songstress Kanisha K is teaming up with Grammy-winning producer and four-time nominee Jason Miles for a forthcoming single "Stupid Boyfriend."
A Holland man was drunk by over three times the legal limit when he crashed an SUV with his children inside at the on-ramp to I-196 in Zeeland Township last month, according to court documents.
Desarae Evelyn Begay, 20, of the Holland area, and a 2-year-old boy in her car were transported by ambulance to Spectrum Butterworth Hospital after the 3:38 p.m. crash.