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5 free things to do in Traverse City, Michigan
This undated photo released by the Traverse City Convention & Visitors Bureau shows West End Beach in Traverse City, one of many free-of-charge beaches on Lake Michigan's Grand Traverse Bay.
Wed May 22, 2013
Home gardens are back in style again
If you have noticed, more people are building and preparing home gardens. All of this promotes good health.
Tue May 21, 2013
Heard on the Street: The significance of two developments announced...
In all my years of covering business and development in Muskegon, I can't recall a back-to-back set of emails as the ones that arrived in my inbox May 3. A 728-foot-long freighter is shown offloading coal at the B.C. Cobb shipping channel.
Mon May 20, 2013
Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for much of Michigan
A severe thunderstorm watch has just been issued for much of Michigan from now through 8 p.m. Here's is the copy from the Storm Prediction Center.
Thousands of film buffs expected to invade South Haven for the Waterfront Film Festival
Zombies on the Kal-Haven trail? A scene from horror film "V/H/S/2," one of three films announced for the Waterfront Film Festival, in South Haven June 13-16. SOUTH HAVEN, MI-- To a sunny and sandy lakeshore town, they come.
Sun May 19, 2013
Accident involving Spring Lake-Ferrysburg police cruiser results in...
A Spring Lake-Ferrysburg police cruiser hit a Dodge Caravan at Savidge Street and Lake Avenue in Spring Lake on Tuesday, May 7, while en route to another accident farther up Savidge Street.
Sat May 18, 2013
Man crashes car into ditch then breaks into nearby house
A 30 year old man from Lake, Michigan is facing several charges after crashing his car early Saturday morning then breaking into a nearby house in Isabella County.
Thu May 16, 2013
Ludington Daily News
Ludington's West Shore Art Fair Fine-Tuned For 2013
Fine art aficionados will notice some subtle yet exciting enhancements at one of Ludington's longest-running art events - the 2013 West Shore Art Fair.
Fishing report: Pan fish biting around Muskegon while weather warms up
So it falls to lowly pan fish to headline this week's fishing report for May 16-19. Pan fish means bluegill, perch and crappie - and whatever else you call a crappie: rock bass, speckled bass, specks, etc.
Queen Anne gem on 2013 Heritage Hill Tour of Homes was 'adopted, not purchased,' say proud new owners
The weekend tour will be Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19. The parlor, living room and formal dining room also have antique lighting fixtures believed to be original to the house.
Wed May 15, 2013
Eleven Jackson-area youths busted for drinking when police break up...
Eleven youths were cited for minors in possession of alcohol when police located a party in Clark Lake, officials say.
Harris group to tackle Pere Marquette bar property and partner with Muskegon on park's future
The Muskegon City Commission Tuesday unanimously approved a Harris Hospitality redevelopment proposal for the beach bar property at Pere Marquette Park, and the restaurant group and city hope it will lead to much more.
Palisades employees answer questions from residents at open house in South Haven
Mike Brosnan, of Dowagiac, looks at a display focused on the replacement of a cooling tower at Palisades Nuclear Power Plant at an open house on May 14.
Tue May 14, 2013
Lake Michigan Facts
Lake Michigan is the third largest of the Great Lakes and the only Great Lake located entirely in the United States.
Saginaw Promise scholarships sought by 121 graduating seniors
Earvin "Magic" Johnson spoke to a crowd at the Temple Theatre on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 for the Magic of a Promise event, in which Johnson donated $100,000 of his own money to Saginaw Promise, helping pay for local students' college tuition.
Mon May 13, 2013
Question of the Day: Should Norton Shores approve, alter or reject...
No one is going to make a major change to the Muskegon-area landscape without local residents weighing in on the plans.
Black bear in Muskegon identified as a young male; DNR biologists now on scene
It isn't clear just where the young black bear roaming through Muskegon is at early this afternoon, but Department of Natural Resources biologists just arrived to the city's bike path area in an effort to help locate it.
'Outraged' by leak, Upton to tour Palisades Nuclear Plant
Congressman Fred Upton will head to southwest Michigan this afternoon, checking out the condition of Palisades Nuclear Power Plant.