It will be a few more months before burgers are broiling at the proposed Wayback Burgers restaurant on Grand Haven’s east side.
Pottawattomie Park, located along the bayou of the same name, has suffered rapid soil erosion, invasive species and damage from encroaching water.
The Coast Guard is conducting pollution assessment of the Maumee River following a fire onboard a vessel at the CSX Torco terminal in Oregon, Ohio in the Port of Toledo, Saturday.
GVSU professor talks about global warming at Spring Lake District Library.
Open water attracts raptors to Tri-Cities area, wildlife experts say.
Officials reveal plans for PFAS investigation in Robinson Township at town hall meeting on Friday.
The town hall meeting at the Ottawa County Fillmore Complex in West Olive at 5 p.m. Friday will bring together officials from the Ottawa County Department of Public Health, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Grand Haven school district and Robinson Township.
Grand Haven public safety officers and U.S. Coast Guard on Tuesday participated in ice rescue training sessions on the Grand River and Lake Michigan.
Michigan residents are rejoicing the end of arctic conditions as the polar vortex releases its grip on the region this weekend, but there is some risk that warming temperatures and rain could lead to flooding.
A state rule, authorized by former Gov. Rick Snyder, mandates municipalities replace all service lines containing lead, including the portion belonging to residents.
A town hall meeting on Feb. 8 will give people the opportunity to ask officials about PFAS contamination in Robinson Township.
The Ottawa County Parks Foundation has entered a purchase agreement for 16.5 acres of land, including 651 feet of riverfront in Georgetown Township, for $100,000.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The dunes of West Michigan were once covered in abundant wildflowers, but a bloom in the deer population has caused much of that habitat to disappear.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is attempting to rule out potential sources of PFAS in Robinson Township.
All municipalities in Michigan have until 2020 to complete an inventory of lead lines. By 2025, the city needs a verified inventory, which requires digging up lines and checking for lead construction.