Library program features bead creations.
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.
A 42-year-old man, whom police declined to name, was in critical condition after suffering a medical condition late Wednesday afternoon that resulted in a minor crash.
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 25-year-old Muskegon man was ordered to spend 90 days in jail when sentenced on retail fraud and a dangerous weapon charge Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
A 33-year-old Spring Lake woman was ordered to serve 180 days in jail despite her attorney’s request for reduced jail time from what was recommended for the retail fraud incident.
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.
The Grand Valley State University rowing coach instrumental in bringing a Division I and II level college rowing regatta – The Lubbers Cup - to Spring Lake is heading back to his home state of New Jersey to charge up another college’s rowing
Dec 11, 2018 at 2:30 PM
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.
You have an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of homeless teens.
A 75-year-old Grand Haven man was put on one-year probation when sentenced on an aggravated indecent exposure charge Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
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.
A 36-year-old Grand Haven woman cried in front of the judge and begged to be allowed to spend Christmas with her children.
(EDITOR’s NOTE: This story has been updated. A hotel and amenities building for season vendors were proposed for the development in March, but those items have been eliminated from current plans.)