Greater Ottawa County United Way recently announced the addition of Alexa Redick to the United Way staff.
Nearly 90 minutes into a public hearing at Fruitport Middle School Wednesday night, no one voiced opposition to the proposed Little River Band of Ottawa Indians casino project.
The Tribune will publish a non-profit “wish list” next week.
Joan Deters said in all the years she adopted a family for the holidays, she never imagined that her family would one day be on the receiving end.
A Michigan school board has decided to keep a display of the three wise men at a public elementary school, despite complaints that it violates the separation of church and state.
FRUITPORT — An event that started as a small gathering to celebrate the community has evolved into a full-on Old Fashioned Christmas held at Pomona Park every year.
Spring Lake Christian Reformed Church will hold its annual gingerbread house building event from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, at the church, 364 S. Lake St. in Spring Lake.
The collegiate rowing regatta that’s attracted numerous Division I athletes to the Tri-Cities area over the last decade will no longer be held on Spring Lake.
FERRYSBURG —More than 100 people gathered at William Ferry Park Saturday night for the annual City of Ferrysburg Carol Sing. Santa said that this may have been the biggest crowd ever.
A small group of people met at a church in Grand Haven Saturday to mourn children who have died of shaken baby syndrome.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Police officers, firefighters, emergency services staff and victim advocates helped 102 Grand Haven Area Public Schools students with their Christmas shopping Wednesday during the annual Shop with a Sheriff event.
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.
Umbrellas came out for an unusually rainy Jingle Bell Parade on Saturday.
Together with its customers and company associates, the SpartanNash Foundation’s scan campaign to provide hunger relief raised $278,105 to support more than 100 local food pantries and food banks in Michigan and seven other states.
C3-West Michigan’s Inclusive Spiritual Connection will host a Sunday Gathering with author Anna Clark at 10 a.m. Dec. 2 at the Grand Haven Community Center, 421 Columbus Ave.