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Ambulances took both drivers to the hospital following a two-vehicle crash shortly before 7 p.m. Tuesday on Leonard Road at 152nd Avenue in Spring Lake Township.
The cost of gas has begun to decline in the Muskegon area following a recent small price hike in the region.
A 28-year-old Holland Township man arrested after allegedly shooting at his ex-girlfriend over the weekend was already set to face trial on charges of operating a meth lab, court records show.
The sex assault allegations against a former Kent County assistant prosecutor will head to circuit court after Mark Vandermolen on Tuesday, Aug. 26, waived his probable cause hearing.
The victim, a 27-year-old man, told deputies he was dispatched to Whispering Pine Apartments in Holland Township.
Dog lovers in Ottawa County will be pleased to hear that a public hearing is scheduled to discuss an off-leash dog park.
Police arrested a 31-year-old Grand Haven man after he threw a large rock through one of the overhead doors and struck a fire truck at the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety.
A 28-year-old Holland Township man is in custody and awaits arraignment following a threatening incident at a motel on Holland's North Side during the overnight hours on Sunday.
A 31-year-old Grand Haven man was arrested early Saturday morning for allegedly throwing a rock through an overhead door window and striking a fire truck at the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety building, authorities said.
A 5-year-old boy was hospitalized Friday after officials said he ran into the side of a moving vehicle on West Lakewood Blvd. west of Aniline.
While many of the races were uncontested, there were still races that did have some competition - state representative and some Ottawa County commissioners to name a few.
The rules of the road not only apply to motor vehicles, but also to bicyclists, as a 19-year-old Holland man found out the hard way on Holland's North Side late yesterday morning.
The restaurant Red Haven gets many of its vegetables and herbs from a Bath Township farm.
Ottawa County Sheriff's Sergeant Chris Koster and fellow deputies were called to the grandstand, where the West Michigan Mud Runs were taking place.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 06:50 am
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