Scott Flahive’s name will not be forgotten in the Grand Haven community, thanks to the annual cruising event in his name every July.
This year’s car show begins at 5 p.m. Wednesday at a new location, the parking lot of the Dake Corp., 724 Robbins Road, Grand Haven.
FERRYSBURG – The new Fire Barn Park playground is a “go.”
The donation will be used as seed money to kick off fundraising for the purchase of a 3-D echocardiogram machine, enhancing on-site diagnosis and treatment of cardiac issues at the Grand Haven hospital.
The Katty Shack pasta dinner and 5K run have raised more than $100,000 for the Michigan Crime Victim Foundation since the events started 10 years ago.
The North Bank Communities Fund, a component of the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation, recently announced five grant awards, totaling $12,150.
Held May 4 in conjunction with the Kentucky Derby, more than 250 people gathered at Spring Lake Country Club, decked out in their derby best.
“It's been a real journey for me as a survivor, but also as a human being,” Sasha Neulinger told a packed ballroom at the Spring Lake Country Club during a fundraiser for Holland's Ed and Nancy Hanenburg Children's Advocacy Center.
Greater Ottawa County United Way recently announced that Good Samaritan Ministries has been awarded a grant to grow its capacity to provide more affordable housing in Ottawa County.
The 10th running of the Katty Shack 5K is Saturday, April 27, starting and ending at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Grand Haven.
Embrace Books founder Taleah Greve nominated her mother, Linda Namenye, to be a Muskegon Area Sustainability Champion.
The Board of the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation recently announced five first-round grant awards, totaling $262,500, in support of Northwest Ottawa County.
Nearly 10 years ago, Spring Meadow Nursery set an ambitious goal – to raise $1 million for breast cancer research.
The community support for the U.S. Coast Guard during the federal government shutdown has been overwhelming.
“Celebrating its 70th year, Fricano’s recognizes the longevity of the Musical Fountain and the tourism it brought to Grand Haven over the last 57 years,” said the Grand Haven restaurant’s manager, Jeanne Meyer.