During the dot-com bubble in the late 1990s, Kirby Chittenden bought a simple internet domain.
The Sytsema Funeral Homes are expanding their services by launching a new communitywide grief support services program called Sytsema Compass.
Oshki currently only sells shirts, but the company will be expanding the merchandise line soon.
Long Road Distillers will open to the public July 18 after soft openings this week, as staff are trained to make a variety of cocktails and get the kitchen operational.
Developers in Ottawa County will have a new incentive to invest in disused and contaminated properties.
The Grand Haven Zoning Board of Appeals voted 4-0 Monday to uphold the city Planning Commission’s approval of the site plan for the controversial project at 218 S. Harbor.
ROBINSON TWP. - Felix Pytlinske wasn’t born when his parents traveled from Chicago and opened a small marina and store on July 4, 1929, on Stearn’s Bayou.
HOLLAND TWP. — The Macatawa Golf Club has reopened with new amenities under the ownership of Watermark Properties.
Collin Reenders, 18, is the Grand Haven resident and Hope College student behind the project, which he hopes will help people get around between downtown and City Beach.
The Grand Haven Township Board agreed Monday to pursue regulations for both short- and long-term rentals.
Despite the rain and gloom that has filled most of the summer thus far, some local business owners say their business is doing fine.
The medical marijuana industry is growing in West Michigan.
A microbrewery and taproom startup is coming to Grand Haven’s east side.
A decision on the controversial Dairy Treat development will have to wait yet again, after city bylaws prevented the Zoning Board of Appeals from reaching a quorum at Wednesday night’s meeting.
HOLLAND — U.S. Rep. Fred Upton, R-Michigan, was in Holland on Monday morning to speak on various issues relevant to West Michigan.