GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A 76-year-old Grand Haven Township man was seriously injured when his car was struck by a semi-truck crash shortly after midnight Tuesday.
The township is the latest area municipality to put forth an increase in sewer rates to support renovations to the Grand Haven/Spring Lake Sewer Authority’s wastewater treatment plant and lift stations.
Police are looking for the driver of this vehicle, who fled the scene after crashing into a tree about 9 a.m. Tuesday across the street from Peach Plains Elementary School in Grand Haven Township.
A local man walked away mostly unharmed Thursday after falling asleep and crashing his car into a bike path bridge in Grand Haven Township.
A local man was “lucky to be alive,” according to police, after his vehicle swerved off Mercury Drive and crashed into the elevated bike path that runs along Millhouse Bayou.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A 21-year-old Grand Haven man refused treatment for minor injuries after his vehicle rolled over on U.S. 31 Monday afternoon.
The current fee structure is costing Grand Haven Township an average of $11,000 annually, officials say, and should be restructured so the township can break even on the planning process.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The Grand Haven Township Board voted unanimously Monday to approve a ban on recreational marijuana facilities and public consumption.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Police officers, firefighters, emergency services staff and victim advocates helped 102 Grand Haven Area Public Schools students with their Christmas shopping Wednesday during the annual Shop with a Sheriff event.
The township is considering pickleball courts, a playground and splash park or a fenced dog park for the site.
UPDATE 2:15 p.m.
Less than a week after Michigan voters approved the legalization of recreational marijuana, the Grand Haven Township Board has agreed to bring forth an ordinance to ban marijuana facilities.
SPI Pharma 'fire' Saturday night turned out to be busted steam pipe
Police say they haven’t had any complaints about pantyhose littering Lakeshore Drive, but some local residents say the discarded clothing has been showing up on the roadway south of Robbins Road randomly for five years now.
Fire Prevention Week continues.