Nobody celebrates an armed service like Coast Guard City USA, according to Master Chief Petty Officer Jason Vanderhaden.
Bob Skerbeck, one of the owners of the Skerbeck Family Carnival, said their partnership with the Coast Guard Festival has been really good, in large part because of Dan Guzek’s work.
The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety team took the life ring Waterball trophy Wednesday evening.
Heroes and Legends was the theme of the annual Coast Guard Festival Cardboard Boat Race, but some of the heroes found their boats making a break for the launch instead of the seawall finish line Saturday afternoon.
Michael Bates leaned down to kiss his daughter’s cheek as she sat behind the wheel of her F-150 on Sunday.
Coopersville-area residents are encouraged to line the city’s streets late Saturday morning when the family of Ken VanDoorn gives their loved one his last ride in a tow truck.
The Sytsema Funeral Homes are expanding their services by launching a new communitywide grief support services program called Sytsema Compass.
Grand Haven native Jonah Johnson got involved with Citizens’ Climate Lobby a few months ago and now hopes to bring a chapter to his hometown.
Last week, several members of the Tri-Cities Family YMCA Board and members of the community learned what it takes to provide “The Best Summer Ever” through Summer Day Camp.
Temperatures for the rest of the week are expected to be in the upper 80s and lower 90s, depending on where you live, and the heat indexes will be even higher.
Lake treatments are happening as usual.
Ryan Venhuizen rode in a single engine airplane for the first time as a 15-year-old at a Young Eagles event and now, 26 years later, he brought his kids for their first experience with the program.
A weekend-long search for a missing Grand Haven man ended when the body of 25-year-old Dylan Tarr was located in the Grand River late Sunday morning.
Ferrysburg City Council to consider bridge millage vote for November.
Residents will get a chance to chat with Ottawa County Sheriff’s deputies over an ice cream cone during the Cops & Cones event Saturday at Skoops, 16830 Robbins Road.