The Michigan Economic Development Corporation today announced Michigan Strategic Fund approval of $4,472,531 in Downtown Infrastructure Grant program funds to nine Michigan communities for public infrastructure improvements.
Police in western Michigan say a body found in the flood-swollen Grand River belonged to a 28-year-old man who’d been missing since February.
A Michigan gun range that closed in 2011 after reports that stray bullets wounded one person and hit homes about a half-mile away plans to reopen this year.
Forward Air Corp. Monday announced it has acquired Total Quality Inc., a Grand Haven-based provider of maximum security and temperature-controlled services to the pharmaceutical and life science industries.
Authorities are investigating complaints that some students attending a Michigan high school used racial slurs and donned apparel similar to that worn by members of the Ku Klux Klan.
A former Michigan church deacon accused of taking cash from the weekly offertory basket has pleaded guilty to larceny.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. has partnered with Local First, a West Michigan economic and community development organization, in a two-year pilot program intended to build a stronger local and regional economy.
A police report says excessive speed and a phone distraction might have contributed to a crash in which five teenage girls from Grand Haven were hurt.
A shipwreck-exploring group has discovered what it believes is a 19th century vessel off the coast of Grand Haven.
A new fiber optic cable through Grand Haven means a lot more than just high-speed Internet access. It’s also a testament to community cooperation and participation.