In a decision long-awaited by residents, activists and stakeholders, the Grand Haven City Council voted unanimously Monday to authorize the closure of the Sims power plant in June 2020.
The resolution under consideration would authorize the BLP to decommission the coal-burning plant on Harbor Island by June 2020, on the condition that the municipal utility will by June 2023 be capable of generating a majority of local electricity within the service area.
Grand Haven Rotarians lined Beacon Boulevard and Washington Avenue with 150 American flags on Sunday, Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day.
SPI Pharma 'fire' Saturday night turned out to be busted steam pipe
Grand Haven public safety officers were involved in a multi-county car chase early Thursday morning following the theft of three vehicles in the city.
The partial closure of Fulton Avenue in Grand Haven has been rescheduled from today (Tuesday) to Wednesday.
Fulton Avenue between Ferry and Griffin streets in Grand Haven will be reduced to one lane from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday.
A break in the fall winds last week allowed for some quick boat transfers on Lake Michigan, including a unique visitor to the area — the Emita II.
The closure is due to sewer and water line replacement.
Families participated in the downtown Grand Haven trick-or-treat event on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018.
Grand Haven’s Neighborhood Housing Services is offering a new grant to help homebuyers afford a home within their budget that requires some repair.
Emergency crews quickly extinguished a house fire after responding to a home at 1715 Barbara Court late Monday night.
The annual Grand Haven Zombie Walk was held late Saturday afternoon in downtown Grand Haven.
Officers from the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety had a beautiful fall day to participate in a monthly training session, rotating from building escape to search and rescue, and then to relay pumping.
With a gale warning in effect for the Lakeshore area and sustained winds at more than 25 miles per hour, Lake Michigan was whipped into a frenzy on Tuesday, Oct. 16. The U.S. Coast Guard took advantage of the waves to get in some training.