Schuyler Wilson announced his resignation during the Oct. 1 City Council meeting and it will take effect at the end of this month.
Voters in Ottawa County will decide in the November election whether to raise the maximum county tax levy or leave it up to the county, local municipalities and the Ottawa Area Intermediate School District (OAISD).
Clerk plans for election without straight-ticket vote. This is the first time in 140 years Michigan voters will not have that option.
The Grand Haven City Council this week approved the Board of Light & Power’s first-ever wholesale purchase of solar power.
Craig Bessinger's salary will climb from $90,720 to $94,348 a year.
Polling in the state shows general support for the proposal among voters, but Grand Haven joins many municipalities urging citizens to vote no, citing negative public health and financial impacts.
Jim Schmidt, who agreed to donate the property, withdrew his offer amid “negativity” and opposition from neighbors, according to Grand Haven Township officials.
The first forum on Oct. 9 will feature five local candidates running for the state House and Senate. The second forum on Oct. 18 will focus on ballot proposals. Both will take place at the Grand Haven Community Center.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC) program aims to widen the net for attracting new developers and identify properties ripe for redevelopment.
A new industry may be coming to Michigan in 2019, as voter approval of Proposition 1 on the November ballot would mean the legalization of recreational marijuana in the state.
The Grand Haven Township Board decided during a special session Monday night to hold off on the approval of the proposed Schmidt Heritage Park.
NORA services are currently handled by Grand Haven Area Public Schools, but the district ended its contract this year.
ROBINSON TWP. — A labor dispute has put road projects across the state on hold, including one in Robinson Township.
Ottawa County Emergency Management will conduct its monthly siren test starting at noon Friday.
The Grand Haven City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday night to provide direction to the Board of Light & Power on the closure of the Sims power plant, and to ensure a continued partnership to keep the city’s sidewalk snowmelt system running until the plant’s closure.