Held Sunday, July 28, 2019, at Coast Guard Park in Ferrysburg.
There is little doubt that the bridge over Smith’s Bayou in Ferrysburg is no longer usable for vehicle traffic, but what will happen now?
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.
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.
Ferrysburg City Council to consider bridge millage vote for November.
FERRYSBURG - A sinking yacht was safely pulled from Spring Lake at Keenan Marina Thursday evening.
A new navigational structure is being placed in the Spring Lake channel, just off Ferrysburg’s William Ferry Park.
FERRYSBURG – The new Fire Barn Park playground is a “go.”
Smith’s Bridge will be closed to vehicle traffic as of noon Friday. This is an indefinite closure.
About 6,000 vehicles a day will have to find another way to get around the west side of Spring Lake, when Smith’s Bridge is closed indefinitely in the very near future
The holes were already dug, but the couple dozen people that showed up for a volunteer tree planting Saturday morning at Ferrysburg City Hall still had plenty to do.
Volunteers can learn the proper way to plant and maintain a tree during a tree-planting workshop Saturday morning at the Ferrysburg City Hall, 17290 Roosevelt Road.
FERRYSBURG – The discovery of a parent volunteer who was a registered sex offender caused officials at the West Michigan Academy of Arts and Academics to change safety policy Wednesday night.
More than 1,100 customers were without power along West Spring Lake Road in Ferrysburg and Spring Lake Township early Wednesday afternoon when a squirrel connected with a power line and caused a fuse to blow, officials said.