Spring Lake church sets grand opening of Muskegon campus for Easter Sunday.
The Village of Spring Lake’s Art in the Park project has been awarded funds through the Consumers Energy “Put Your Town on the Map” competition.
Chris Streng has replaced Kathy Humphrey as the YMCA’s chief volunteer officer.
A stairwell of testimony and hope is on display at the Ottawa County Courthouse in Grand Haven as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
When it was her turn to give her report at the Spring Lake Village Council meeting Monday evening, Village Manager Chris Burns apologized for “using slang” on social media recently.
The official word received Thursday evening from a local waste hauler’s corporate office is that glass is still being accepted in recycling containers in the Tri-Cities area.
Embrace Books founder Taleah Greve nominated her mother, Linda Namenye, to be a Muskegon Area Sustainability Champion.
The local garden club recently adopted the Memory Garden, located outside the Ottawa County Courthouse in Grand Haven.
A few local residents and representatives from area agencies planted a pinwheel garden Tuesday during a kickoff event at the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety to promote awareness for Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Six experts will share information about adverse childhood experiences (ACES), and how they affect mental health, at a town hall meeting next week in the Holland area.
Woodlawn Street, between Lake Avenue and Sheldon Road, will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday so crews can repair a water service break.
The works of a former Crockery Township artist are on display this month in the Mezzanine Gallery at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, 200 Washington Ave.
“Icebound: The Ordeal of the SS Michigan” can be viewed through September in the small gallery at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, 200 Washington Ave.
Area residents can show off collections in museum's Community Case.
New permanent exhibit and interactive displays are part of the plan.