On Tuesday, the 2,500-square-foot house, built in 1876 by lumber baron Francis Lilley, will take a walking-pace ride to its new home at the northwest corner of Exchange and Division streets.
A perfect summer day greeted hundreds of children Tuesday at the Coast Guard Festival’s annual Kids Day at Mulligan’s Hollow.
Residents speak out at DNR public hearing at Ferrysburg City Hall.
Spring Lake Township Supervisor John Nash, who also chairs the Spring Lake Lake Board, wants to dispel rumors about a public hearing scheduled for next week.
The village’s “Art in the Park” project is underway and nearing completion.
By tabling a decision at its most recent meeting, the Ferrysburg City Council opted not to seek a Smith's Bridge replacement millage on the Nov. 5 ballot.
Here are some local places to cool down during this heat wave.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer visited Ferrysburg on Wednesday morning for a brief walk over the bridge to learn about its deterioration and closing.
Ann Smith, who lives in Lansing but summers in Ferrysburg, committed up to $2,000 to pay for a second opinion.
Developer/entrepreneur Kim Van Kampen, Village of Spring Lake staff and council members, and many others gathered at the site just west of the Village Hall to welcome a new venture for Spring Lake on Thursday.