The Tri-Cities Historical Museum plans to “Party like it’s 1959” as it celebrates 60 years of sharing the history of Northwest Ottawa County.
Scouts from four Spring Lake and three Zeeland troops spent their first day of summer vacation – and it was a beautiful, sunny Saturday - inside, but it was all for a good cause.
The holes were already dug, but the couple dozen people that showed up for a volunteer tree planting Saturday morning at Ferrysburg City Hall still had plenty to do.
Mother Nature didn’t do the Feast of the Strawberry Moon organizers any favors.
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.
Volunteers can learn the proper way to plant and maintain a tree during a tree-planting workshop Saturday morning at the Ferrysburg City Hall, 17290 Roosevelt Road.
MUSKEGON HEIGHTS — A Guns for Groceries Community Health and Safety Day will be held on Saturday, June 8, at Rowan Park.
SPRING LAKE – Recreational opportunities at Mill Point and Tanglefoot parks may get a boost in the the future.
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.
SPRING LAKE – Veterans are honored in society and celebrated with national holidays. But it was not always this way.
The number of working households that are asset limited, income constrained, and employed has decreased in Ottawa County, but it is not necessarily a good thing.
Patty MacDonald has been promoted to vice president of finance and administration, while Holly Cole has been promoted to vice president of grants and program at the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation.
The time capsule buried during Fruitport’s 1969 centennial celebration and unearthed earlier this month is now on display at Village Pharmacy, formerly Grover’s Pharmacy, at 10 S. Third St.
OTTAWA COUNTY — New statewide and county-specific data on working families which are still struggling financially will be presented Wednesday, May 22, by the Greater Ottawa County United Way.
The North Bank Communities Fund, a component of the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation, recently announced five grant awards, totaling $12,150.