Jeremy Swiftney brings more than 10 years of extensive hands-on marketing and leadership experience to the position.
For the third year, The Salvation Army of Grand Haven, in conjunction with D. Baker and Son Lumber Co., will host The Woodchopper’s Ball on July 11.
The streets of Ferrysburg were filled with people for Thursday’s parade, even with the sweltering July heat.
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.
Police say the recent installation of new life rings on Grand Haven’s south pier enabled bystanders to rescue a struggling swimmer from Lake Michigan on Saturday night.
A jeweler met a sculptor and they fell in love, blended their art and the rest is history.
Despite the rain and gloom that has filled most of the summer thus far, some local business owners say their business is doing fine.
FERRYSBURG – The new Fire Barn Park playground is a “go.”
Residents signed the guestbook and contributed business cards and other last minute items prior to the re-burial of the Fruitport time capsule on Saturday afternoon.
The Board of the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation recently welcomed two new members to the Board of Trustees: Keith Konarska and Shirley Woodruff.
A recent staff turnover at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum was positive and amicable, according to Director Julie Bunke.
Two days before the official first day of summer, the sun peeked through the clouds, the air temperature rose above 70 degrees and a handful of children played in Lake Michigan near Grand Haven’s South Pier on Wednesday.
Grand Haven’s improved Musical Fountain will sound off Thursday for the first time, featuring tunes old and new.
A new micro-pantry in Grand Haven will provide for those who need a stigma-free way to access food and personal care items at any time of the night or day.
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.