Grand Haven Local Business
Local business in Grand Haven, MI
Saturday | via Women's eNews
Madison doesn't have HIV. At least she doesn't think she does. She doesn't know for sure because she's never been tested. Comment?
Thursday Oct 16 | via Grand Haven Tribune
Anyone familiar with Grand Haven knows the prominent front side of Dewey Hill - the meandering pathways, Musical Fountain and, for 10 Sundays during the summer, a cross on display for all to see. That there is another perspective on Dewey Hill and the cross came to light for many last month when a group formed a "Remove the Grand Haven Cross" page on Facebook and wrote letters to city officials asking that the 48-foot-tall metal structure be taken down. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 14 | via MLive.com
The 48-foot-tall cross, which has been a city landmark since it was erected in December 1964, is the subject of sparring between two Tri-Cities-area groups on whether or not the cross should remain on the city-owned Dewey Hill property overlooking Grand River. It's the subject of a Community Conversation forum hosted by the Grand Haven Tribune starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 15 at the Loutit District Library in downtown Grand Haven. Comment?
Sunday Oct 12 | via WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
GRAND HAVEN, Mich.- A controversy has risen from the top of a hill in Grand Haven, quite literally. A religious cross on Dewey Hill that's raised up throughout the summer on city-owned land is now in question. Comment?
Friday Oct 10 | via Grand Haven Tribune
That's the lowest it's been in West Michigan since December 2010, said Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst for GasBuddy.com. Corey Chase, who was fueling up Wednesday afternoon at the Meijer gas station on U.S. 31 and Comstock Street in Grand Haven Township, said the dropping gas prices are saving him between $20 and $30 each week. Comment?
Thursday Oct 9 | via Grand Haven Tribune
To the Editor: I'm amazed with the stories you choose to headline. Specifically the credence given to Jeff Grunow. Comment?
Saturday Oct 4 | via Grand Haven Tribune
Although attorneys for a group wanting to eradicate the cross from Grand Haven's Dewey Hill say they sent emails and letters to city leaders earlier this week, requesting that they be allowed to display items of their choosing on the waterfront hill, none have arrived as of Friday afternoon, City Manager Pat McGinnis said. "I am extremely confident in the United States Postal Service," McGinnis said. Comment?
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