As influenza season trudges on, public health officials report fewer cases than last year’s severe and deadly season.
Spring Lake native meets family of donor who gave him his new heart.
As Sid Sybenga lay in critical condition following a cardiac arrest, an innovative lung treatment gave his family hope for his recovery.
Walmart recently rolled back the $40 price on telemedicine, becoming the latest big company to nudge employees toward a high-tech way to get diagnosed and treated remotely.
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.
Before a Homecoming crowd last Friday, Fruitport Calvary Christian senior Luke Anhalt made the most of his return to the basketball court.
Although Consumers Energy says it is facing a gas shortage after a fire at a compressor station in southeastern Michigan, local gas and electric utilities say they are not experiencing shortages or other issues during this week’s polar vortex.
Jan 31, 2019 at 11:05 AM
With heavy snow blanketing West Michigan, residents will need to clear out their driveways and sidewalks.
A state rule, authorized by former Gov. Rick Snyder, mandates municipalities replace all service lines containing lead, including the portion belonging to residents.
Researchers recently conducted a study to determine the prevalence and severity of food allergies among adults in the United States.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is attempting to rule out potential sources of PFAS in Robinson Township.
As the winter months get colder and darker, symptoms of depression tend to increase, especially when mixed with the stress of the holiday season.
On Friday, officials from Health Pointe and Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital announced a formal partnership that will bring educational opportunities, best practices and initiatives to the Grand Haven Township-based facility.
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.