Enbridge Inc. said Monday that it is moving ahead with the collection of rock and soil samples in the Straits of Mackinac while it prepares for a court battle with Michigan's governor over a planned oil pipeline tunnel there.
Crews with heavy equipment set to work earlier this month tearing down a historic barn and farmhouse in Robinson Township.
WEST OLIVE — A recent survey has confirmed local landowners’ desire to preserve Ottawa County’s farmland.
Ottawa County Parks has established a management plan to limit the spread of hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA). The county has opted for injections of a pesticide in high-risk areas of two parks, a treatment they say is effective for 3-5 years.
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.
In April, a light-blue pipe was pulled 4,000 feet across the Grand River from Grand Haven to Spring Lake.
The Board of Light & Power is banking on renewable energy sources to provide the Grand Haven area's power supply long into the future.
DNR bands last falcon chicks to call BLP smokestack nest as their home.
Five new ponds will be coming to a redesigned golf course in Grand Haven Township.
ROBINSON TWP. — Ottawa County’s newest park property will open to the public beginning at the end of this month.
Many waterfront residents have docks underwater, businesses and parks have ponds in parking lots, and many lawns are saturated and soggy. And the situation isn't expected to change anytime soon, according to experts.
A pair of peregrine falcons swooped and cawed as they circled their nest atop a smoke stack in West Olive on Friday.
Lake Michigan hit an all-time high for the month of May, breaking the old record set back in 1986 by an inch.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A land donation years in the making was approved Tuesday by the Grand Haven Township Board.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said Wednesday she will move in June to shut a Great Lakes oil pipeline if the governor cannot reach a resolution with operator Enbridge, saying the state is in "great peril" the longer the oil continues to flow under a sensitive waterway.