Holland Christian Schools were placed on lockdown Friday after receiving a bomb threat.
An anonymous donor is challenging Holland community members to match their gift to support a program aimed at helping teens.
Looking for a Memorial Day parade? Look no further.
A woman whose boyfriend sparked a fire by blowtorching a squirrel may be liable for $2 million in damages, a court has ruled.
One person was killed in Holland Tuesday night after fleeing a traffic stop and then crashing, police say.
Between 2010 and 2015, Michigan in-home day care providers were cited for violating safe sleep rules in the deaths of 10 babies.
A Marine who finished high school early so he could join the service says he was told to change out of his uniform before a convocation.
The Port Sheldon buoy is back online, and it’s all thanks to community members.
Authorities say one person was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Ottawa County.
Authorities have identified two home invasion suspects who were caught on a surveillance camera at the home, and say one of the men has been…
The Saugatuck Township Fire District has received more than $137,000 from the federal government to buy new breathing systems.
Firefighters are participating in a training exercise at a home in Ottawa County.
The state Court of Appeals has upheld the first-degree murder conviction of a woman who hired a hitman to kill her ex-boyfriend.
High temperatures near 80 degrees are on the horizon for West Michigan, but the threat of hypothermia is still high in Lake Michigan.
Police have released a surveillance image of two men suspected in a home invasion in Ottawa County.
The Kraft Heinz Company is moving all production of Grey Poupon mustard to its Holland facility, creating 50 jobs.
Authorities say a clerk make up a story of an Allendale Township gas station being robbed over the weekend.
Police are looking for the parents of a newborn that was dropped off at a hospital last week to make sure the baby was given up freely.
Holland police are searching for a missing 60-year-old woman who suffers from dementia.
A Holland man allegedly pilfered people’s mail to file forged checks and tutored another man on how to do it, authorities say.