Monday Jun 23
Water disruption to affect North Muskegon residents on June 24
North Muskegon Water Department officials are notifying water customers of a disruption in service that will take place starting at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, June 24. The disruption, which is expected to last between four to six hours, will affect customers on Mills Avenue between Fourth Street and Garber Road as well as customers between Mills Avenue and ... (more)
Norton Shores approves first cemetery rate increase since 2003; new rates begin in July
Muskegon-area families who plan to bury their loved ones in the Norton Cemetery will pay higher fees starting on July 1. The price for a resident grave will be $600, up from $500, while the charge for a resident burial will be $550 or $100 more than the old price that expires on June 30. The increases are the first since 2003.
Lookback: Muskegon YWCA changes with the times
Now the Lakeshore Museum Center, the building which was originally built for the Young Womena 's Christian Association was just four years old when this photo was taken in 1957.
Muskegon top headlines: Miss Michigan, Tom Izzo in Muskegon and more
Miss Michigan 2014: Miss Southwest, Miss Pride of the Peninsulas win Friday night preliminary awards: The 34 contestants vying to become the next Miss Michigan got one step closer Friday night, June 13, as preliminaries wrapped up in front of a large crowd at the Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts in Muskegon.
Muskegon area becomes semifinalist in multimillion-dollar...
Kim Plummer, 55, of Muskegon, left, places a kiss on top of Trent Plummer, 5, of Twin Lake, after crossing the finish line of the 32nd annual Mercy Health Seaway Run on June 22, 2013.
Midday Muskegon headlines: Miss Outstanding Teen, car break-ins, weekend fun
Wearing an asymmetrical white gown with a gold waist accent, 16-year-old Greenville native Alisha Gatchel stood before hundreds of cheering people at the Frauenthal Center for Performing Arts on Wednesday night, June 11, as she was named Miss Michigan's Outstanding Teen.
Larcenies from vehicles in North Muskegon continue; same suspects likely involved
Additional residents in North Muskegon have reported new incidents of larcenies from their vehicles and many, if not all, had their vehicles unlocked at the time a suspect entered, police said.