A Michigan city that’s known for its Dutch heritage is considering whether new signs greeting visitors should include a popular “welkom.”
Thursday was a big day for an employee of the Ottawa County Prosecutor’s Office.
Lake Avenue in Grand Haven has reopened after being closed while crews worked to repair a gas leak.
A woman was critically injured in a rollover crash in Zeeland Township Thursday morning.
James De Young Power Plant will remain staffed and keep generating power using natural gas.
Four local governments in western Michigan are collaborating to establish a water trail on Lake Macatawa.
Police are asking for the public’s help to find whoever slashed more than two dozen tires in a Grand Haven neighborhood.
A former girls’ softball coach charge with a sexual assault of a 13-year-old who was on his team has been ordered to stand trial.
May 7, 2016 has been named “Empty the Shelters” day by the BISSELL Pet Foundation, when dog and cat adoption fees will be waived.
U.S. flags in Michigan’s Capitol complex will be lowered to half-staff on Tuesday to remember former state Sen. Edgar Fredricks.
More than 600 homes and businesses were without power Saturday afternoon in Georgetown Township.
Two teens were jailed after an attempted robbery at a gas station north of Holland early Thursday morning.
Grand Valley State University announced its new director of athletics at a press conference Thursday morning.
Three professors who teach math, chemistry and journalism are being honored as the best this year in Michigan.
Holland police say an apparently drunken driver refused to pull over for a few miles after he allegedly hit a fence and garbage cans.