Grand Haven received two cargoes to close out a busy month of July.
Short-term total closures for bascule test openings will be in effect between 1 and 3 a.m. Friday, July 26, on U.S. 31 over the Grand River.
Shortly after midnight Wednesday, Great Lakes Fleet’s motor vessel John G. Munson came in with a load of stone for Verplank’s.
Despite shifting the timeframe of the project and rebidding the work, the price tag received this month was 27 percent over budget.
There will be a single-lane closure for construction on eastbound I-96 between Apple Drive and 96th Avenue in Nunica.
Power boaters from across the state and country made the trip to Grand Haven this weekend for West Michigan Offshore’s Rock the Coast cruise.
The traffic signal, which was recently installed by the Michigan Department of Transportation, is expected to light up in the coming weeks.
Motorists should expect the lane closure between 7 and 9 p.m. Friday, July 19, and 6 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 20. The work is weather dependent.
As summer presses on, the port of Grand Haven’s vessel traffic has fluctuated greatly from week to week.
Ryan Venhuizen rode in a single engine airplane for the first time as a 15-year-old at a Young Eagles event and now, 26 years later, he brought his kids for their first experience with the program.
Ferrysburg City Council to consider bridge millage vote for November.
The Algoma Innovator is a new vessel that we have not seen before in Grand Haven. It entered service last season as part of Algoma’s fleet renewal program that began in 2012.
The north-south runway was the subject of scrutiny at City Hall on Monday night, as local officials considered the potential of rezoning the land for commercial development.
The port of Grand Haven saw three vessels visit in the past week.
Exchange Street from Cutler Street to Division Street – which has been closed since April to accommodate hookup of the under-river sewer force main – was reopened Tuesday.