GRAND HAVEN TWP. – Life under the sea is coming to Grand Haven.
The Michigan Shore Railroad informed the Ottawa County Road Commission of construction work at the railroad crossing on Ferris Street, just west of U.S. 31, which will require a road closure for about a week.
The second annual Walk for Light will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Buccaneer Stadium at Grand Haven High School. Gates will open at 7 p.m.
Grand Haven Area Public Schools and local officials say they were caught off-guard by the announcement Thursday that a railroad construction project on Ferris Street near the high school’s entrances would result in the street being closed for all of next week.
Grand Haven High School students celebrated Homecoming on Saturday by attending a dance at the high school on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018.
Grand Haven High School continued its Homecoming celebration Wednesday night with its annual Powder Puff football game. The senior class (blue shirts) came out the victors over the juniors (yellow shirts) in the championship game thanks to a late
Muskegon Reeths-Puffer won the Class A title and earned the highest score, 94 points, of all classes in the Grand Haven Marching Band Invitational held Saturday at Grand Haven High School.
The Grand Haven Band Boosters Association is hosting the 12th annual Grand Haven Marching Band Invitational at Buccaneer Stadium on Saturday. The competition will run from 4:30-9 p.m.
The first Cops & Rodders Car Show had organizer Jake MacKeller smiling as he walked the parking lot at Grand Haven High School late Saturday morning.
Lily Mears, 16, noted that both of her parents were also National Merit Semifinalists.
Grand Haven's Buccaneer Marching Band took the field for the first time Thursday night.
Prior to kickoff of Thursday's football showdown between Grand Haven and Traverse City West, the Buccaneers' football players and cheerleaders walked into the stadium, escorted by their parents.
The Grand Haven High School Class of 1968 plans to donate proceeds from their reunion’s silent auction to their alma mater’s Pay It Forward class and Bucs Care Food Pantry.
In her blog, C2C Gallery owner Cyndi Casemier included several photos of the students and their art that was on display.
The production has a PG-13 rating.