Doug and Diana Sovis parked their fifth-wheel camper at the Covenant Life Church parking lot for 25 years so they could be in the thick of things during the Coast Guard Festival.
Michael Bates leaned down to kiss his daughter’s cheek as she sat behind the wheel of her F-150 on Sunday.
The Dancing on the Grand crowd filled the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium for its second dance of the summer, June 26.
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum plans to “Party like it’s 1959” as it celebrates 60 years of sharing the history of Northwest Ottawa County.
Lighthouse Quilt Guild has been active since its first meeting in 1993.
Scouts from four Spring Lake and three Zeeland troops spent their first day of summer vacation – and it was a beautiful, sunny Saturday - inside, but it was all for a good cause.
The annual kite festival at Grand Haven State Park is one of Carley LaVercombe's favorite memories.
The Wilfred Sykes continues to be a common sight in Grand Haven, as it made two more visits to our port in the past week.
Rehabbing wildlife is not for everyone, and working with squirrels is probably among the least desirable projects, according to local rehabilitator Brad Boyink.
Rain, warmer weather melts ice, pushes waterfowl migration.
Open water attracts raptors to Tri-Cities area, wildlife experts say.
WEST OLIVE — The Pigeon Creek Lodge opened Friday for the first time this season.
The 16th annual Grand Haven Tribune People’s Choice Awards nomination period kicked off this week.
The Grand Haven City Council voted 4-0 Monday night to approve the four-day event hosted by Raw Dogs Skydiving. It will take place Aug. 15-18.
A rare bird sighting just west of Ann Arbor has lured hundreds of bird watchers from all over the Midwest to Scio Township to view it and take photographs.