Live chat at 11:30 a.m.: Legends Flight bringing West Michigan veterans to WWII Memorial
Surviving World War II veterans in Muskegon, Ottawa and Oceana counties will have a chance to visit the national monument built in their honor, thanks to a new Muskegon-based effort.
Blueprint hires Lauren Phillips - McClintock inks five water...
BLUEPRINT HIRES LAUREN PHILLIPS: Blueprint Communications has hired Lauren Phillips as a senior associate, the firm announced Tuesday.
New farm bill reflects changes in U.S. appetites
Gravenstein apples being harvested in Sebastopol, Calif., Aug. 23, 2011. The $965 billion farm bill signed by President Barack Obama in Feb. 2014 gives fruit and vegetable farmers greater access to crop insurance, protecting them from the vagaries of weather.
Why Obamacare won't work, says 2012 presidential candidate:...
More people will be getting health care 10 years from now thanks to Obamacare, said Tim Pawlenty, a former Minnesota governor and Republican presidential candidate.
Spring Lake Township Democrat Dean Vanderstelt to challenge Bill...
An admitted former Republican voter who hasn't held public office before is the first Democrat to announce he'll run for the second congressional district.
Dean Vanderstelt - Democratic Candidate for Michigan 2nd Congressional District
Congressional District. Retired business executive Dean Vanderstelt believes that Washington is broken and says that his experience can help him fix the problem.
Muskegon's Dancing with the Local Stars has all the right moves
The crowd ended up on its feet dancing, thousands of dollars were collected for food pantries - and few people seemed to enjoy themselves more than the performers doing the actual work.
Bust a move: Dancing with the Local Stars to be 'more laid-back' with island theme
Dancing with the Local Stars attendees will have a few hours to escape the winter doldrums when the event returns to the Muskegon Harbor Holiday Inn for its sixth year from Feb. 20 to 22. The annual fundraiser will be an island-themed affair, said members of the Women's Division Chamber of Commerce, which is hosting the event.