The local garden club recently adopted the Memory Garden, located outside the Ottawa County Courthouse in Grand Haven.
On the ecological front, 2018 might not have seemed like a banner year — unless you were a monarch butterfly.
What’s known as the Lilley Mansion is located at 318 Rachael’s Way, Spring Lake, formerly 319 E. Savidge St. It was built in the early 1870s by a local lumber baron and is now on the market for $1.2 million.
Roy Holmes, owner of R.A. Farms in Nunica, said tree sales are up 17 percent this year, which is on pace with a trend over the past several years.
The Ottawa County Road Commission is asking residents to prepare for snowplow season by shaking your mailbox to make sure it’s secure.
Instead of adding them to the burn pile, Robert Allen weaves the twigs and brush into a homemade fence on the east side of his property.
Port Sheldon Township resident Kevin McNutt was the winner of a Traeger grill in a Father’s Day “Deck Out Dad” promotion hosted by Rycenga Building Center and the Grand Haven Tribune.
Grand Haven resident Sue Metzler said she is proud that she’s a U.S. Army veteran with a strong love of her country. And that’s what the American flag represents to her: love of country and freedom.
As always, it will be located under the Chinook Pier green canopy at the intersection of Harbor Drive and First Street.
Grand Haven residents Matt Hintz and Ralph Allen are asking for a little help getting their product to the market.
The forlorn white house on the corner of Jackson and Tolford streets seemed to beckon to Jennifer Sunderlin.
During Thursday’s dedication of the William Van Regenmorter Memory Garden at the Ottawa County Courthouse in Grand Haven, a moment of silence was held in honor of crime victims who lost their lives.
Pat Tober decided against a second garage sale weekend when she found out about Muskegon Picker Lloyd Behnke.
CROCKERY TWP. — Jacob Poel said he was ready and excited for the next phase of his life as he watched his family’s new home being moved down Apple Avenue.
ROBINSON TWP. — Bret Ankelen was a little concerned when he discovered what looked like a black widow spider in a watering can in his garden.