Spring Lake resident Gloria Draeger said she’s met so many wonderful new people in the 25-plus years that she and husband, Lou, have danced with other members of Town Club.
Motorists overtaking bicycles on Michigan roads are now required to give that cyclist 3 feet of breathing room, even if it means “safely” going across the center line.
Nunica woman completes 200-mile endurance run in the Cascade Mountains of Washington.
The first Cops & Rodders Car Show had organizer Jake MacKeller smiling as he walked the parking lot at Grand Haven High School late Saturday morning.
Mahogany yacht a regular visitor in its one-time homeport.
Tribune reporter learns to sail.
The weather was all over the place: Clouds, mist, rain, sun, fog and just about the same all over again on Sunday. But organizers say the sun came out enough to make this one of the best events ever.
The North Ottawa Amateur Radio club will host its annual Field Day at Spring Lake’s Central Park on Saturday and Sunday, June 23-24.
Four young men who met while working as kayak guides in the Upper Peninsula plan to paddle around Lake Superior this summer to bring awareness and work for protection of the Great Lakes.
MUSKEGON — A western Michigan museum is showcasing a new exhibit on the history of a former power plant that shuttered two years ago.
Parade beauties in temporary residence at Nunica-area equestrian facility.
FERRYSBURG — Area residents participating in a regularly scheduled bird walk were treated to a colorful fly-by Wednesday morning when an incoming storm pushed the migrating birds across the big lake.
Ottawa County naturalist Curtis Dykstra said the cold weather pattern and strong winds earlier this month caused migrating birds to postpone their journey north.
Mark Groh was in Grand Haven last year for the Great Lakes Kite Festival, and is excited to attend this year’s festival, which takes place May 19-20.
Grand Haven team survives breakdowns, police stops during Chop Top Challenge.