The community is invited to celebrate North Ottawa Community Health System’s 100th birthday at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 13, at the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium.
Population estimates for 2018 showed Grand Haven Township grew the most in Ottawa County over the past year, with about a 3.9 percent increase.
Heather Herrera recently received the 2019 Nurse Excellence Award from colleagues at North Ottawa Community Hospital. Receiving the award came as an honor and shock, she said.
A community conversation on mental health issues is coming to Grand Haven.
A total of 14 diseases, including gonorrhea and flu-like afflictions, hit a five-year high in reported cases in Ottawa County in 2018, per the county’s 2018 Communicable Diseases Annual Report.
Not all strokes happen quickly. But quick action still makes all the difference.
Nationwide in the current scourge, 764 cases have been reported this year through May 3, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
After volunteering thousands of hours throughout the year, the North Ottawa Hospital Auxiliary made a donation Tuesday afternoon.
As recreational marijuana use becomes more mainstream, at least according to polls, so do cannabis-infused products.
A wellness program at work may make you feel good, but it won't improve your health.
A three-month-long investigation into PFAS contamination in Robinson Township has revealed significantly higher concentrations in the groundwater than initially detected in drinking water testing at Robinson Elementary School and the nearby township fire department.
This year’s prom will take place Friday, May 17, at the Harbourfront Grand Hall, 41 Washington Ave. in downtown Grand Haven. Tickets are $25 per person.
Grand Haven Township has entered the fold to prevent nonprofit businesses from receiving tax exemptions for providing minimal charity.
She operated a practice called Susan Drust Family Medicine in Norton Shores.
Ottawa County ranks 45th in the state when it comes to percentage of students waived.