A 40-year-old Holland-area man has been charged with a string of property thefts from vehicles in business parking lots throughout West Michigan.
The Grand Haven and Spring Lake varsity basketball games that were scheduled for tonight have been postponed to later dates.
The partial federal government shutdown is now more than three weeks old and there is no clear path forward to reopen the government, according to a post on The Hill’s blog.
The fact is, every generation learns lessons from the last — our parents learned from theirs, we learned from them, and our kids will learn from us.
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After beginning her involvement as a weekly volunteer, Florea became an assistant and now the assistant director of Gracious Grounds.
Our nation’s immigration system is broken and is in desperate need of the crucial resources necessary to protect our communities.
The Project Reinvest campaign has been a two-month-long project to update the fitness area at the local YMCA. Featured are 21 new cardio machines in the cardio theater and Mind/Body Studio.
Plan on slippery road conditions through Wednesday morning. Remember, bridges and overpasses will be the first locations to freeze.
A political science professor who worked at the University of Michigan and recently left Michigan State University exploited his position and sexually harassed graduate students, according to investigations conducted by both universities.
Icy roads across West Michigan have led to several slide-offs and crashes, and caused the closure of the westbound lanes of I-96 just east of Marne for several hours Tuesday morning.
Spring Lake District Library will host a public candidates forum Thursday night for the three finalists who could potentially replace Claire Sheridan.
The lawsuit was filed by seven black, female certified nursing assistants who claimed they were racially discriminated against while working at Providence Healthcare.
Services to be restored at Sleeping Bear Dunes; Michigan to issue February food aid benefits early
LANSING — State Sen. Roger Victory on Monday announced his Senate committee assignments for the 100th Legislature.