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Detroit Free Press
Tree takes caroling to new heights, reaches ears of the Travel Channel
Mona Shores' Singing Christmas Tree performances are scheduled this weekend. The effort drew the interest of the Travel Channel.
State Rep. Lamonte, Jessica Heeringa family, to announce bill protecting store clerks
State Rep. Collene Lamonte, D-Montague, will announce Monday a bill aimed at protecting gas station and convenience store workers like Jessica Heeringa, a Norton Shores woman missing since April.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Michigan State Police seek missing Ricky Navarre, 48, of Twin Lake
Michigan State Police troopers are searching for a missing Twin Lake man, Ricky Dean Navarre, 48, police said Tuesday evening, Dec. 3. Ricky Navarre's 2012 Ford Super Duty Crew Cab, white with tan trim, with Michigan license plate OLKA9.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Midday Muskegon headlines: Road rage, final look at football, R.I.P. Merrill
Police were called to an "active fight in the roadway" near the intersection of Fruitport Road and South Walker Road on Nov. 27, according to authorities.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Grand Haven Tribune
The North Muskegon resident who serves as conductor of the Coopersville & Marne Railway Company's Santa Train admitted he grows his year-round beard just a little bit longer to fit the uniform at this time of year.
WZZM-TV Grand Rapids
Family still searching for Jessica Heeringa
Jessica Heeringa disappeared over 7 months ago while working a late night shift at the Exxon gas station on Sternberg Road in Norton Shores.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Editorial: Tell us what 'hooked' you on Muskegon
That's the case in Muskegon despite the fact the community has numerous natural resources, especially along its lakeshore, that can't be found anywhere else.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
See deer photos from firearm season's first week in Muskegon area, and keep them coming
MLive Muskegon Chronicle is asking outdoors enthusiasts to back up their big buck talk with some hard evidence, and send in photos of deer.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Woman Faces Trial For Alleged Hit On Sister's Husband
A western Michigan woman accused of helping her sister try to hire a hit man to kill the sister's husband has been bound over for trial.
Muskegon-Muskegon Heights sharing of zoning services more local government cooperation
For those who dream of complete political consolidation of Muskegon-area local governments, the incremental sharing of local services is probably too slow and too little.
Detroit Free Press
Michigan woman bound over in hit man attempt case
One of two western Michigan sisters charged with trying to hire a hit man has been bound over for trial.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Muskegon-area retail economy on solid ground as Black Friday nears
As shoppers and retailers await Black Friday and the beginning of the traditional Christmas shopping season, the stores in and around The Lakes Mall in Fruitport Township and Norton Shores have had a steady year already.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Highway speeds slow as snow accumulates, accidents occur on Muskegon County roads
The slide-offs and vehicle accidents that created morning commute madness in Muskegon County on Monday is a sure indication winter in West Michigan has arrived.
Fruitport Township house fire caused $50,000 worth of damage, chief says
Fruitport Township Public Safety Director Ken Doctor said the fire caused about $50,000 worth of damage to a home in the 5000 block of Pontaluna Road.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Muskegon top headlines: Scam alert, 'The Voice' contestants, Meet the Teacher
The Norton Shores Police launched a scam alert program on Wednesday, Nov. 20 with designs on educating the public on how to prevent scams and to inform the community of recent scams.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Latest Lake Harbor Road enforcement data reveals pedestrian injury, deer problems, 42 crashes since 2011
The latest traffic and enforcement data on Lake Harbor Road shows a vehicle-pedestrian injury, 18 deer collisions and 113 speed-related citations occurred on the road from January 2011 to early November 2013.
Grand Haven Tribune
Pub is 1 of 4 probed in salmonella outbreak
A Muskegon-area pub has stepped forward as one of three or four restaurants health officials are investigating as a possible source of a recent salmonella outbreak.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Panhandling: Homeless rely on it, law enforcement discourages it
Panhandlers standing alongside the highway, holding signs for food and money, may not always get a handout but most often grab the attention of passing motorists.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
A front seat to history: Muskegon man recalls JFK funeral processions
"I could hear the muffled drums of the honor guard approaching. First came the flag-draped coffin aboard the black caisson.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Norton Shores road closure: Estes Street and Lindberg Drive intersection
The Norton Shores Department of Public Works has closed the intersection of Estes Street and Lindberg Drive to reconstruct a water main.