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Small businesses awarded $3.3M via Lakeshore Advantage
Through the Michigan Small Business Restart Program, Lakeshore Advantage has awarded $3.325 million to 428 small businesses ...
Boys & Girls Club of Holland competing in grant program
A local organization is one of nearly 1,000 nationwide with a chance to earn a grant from the A Community Thrives program, a ...
Katelyn Turner leads Zeeland by joyful example; team swims past Holland
Katelyn Turner was looking forward to being able to swim one more season with her team.The way 2020 has gone with COVID-19, ...
Ottawa County may disband its planning commission
A longstanding county government body may come to an end with a vote of the Ottawa County Board of Commissioners next ...
Alzheimer’s education, support events coming up in October
The Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Chapter has numerous free virtual support groups and programs set for October.
Man facing manslaughter charges violates bond, remains free
A Coopersville man facing charges for allegedly shooting and killing his wife admitted Monday to violating his bond ...
My Take: Be careful what you wish for with court
Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it." He was, in retrospect, correct with many of those, at the time seeming ...
Another GOP challenge tries to block absentee ballot order
Michigan's Democratic secretary of state was sued Tuesday by her two Republican predecessors after failing to challenge a ...
MDOT begins work on U.S. 31, I-94 connection
The Michigan Department of Transportation has begun work on a multi-year construction project that will connect the southern ...
Saugatuck-Douglas library opens Oct. 5
Douglas District Library has moved across the street into a building that will open to the public Monday, Oct. 5.The new ...
Slate of 8 candidates vie for Saugatuck council
Saugatuck voters have eight candidates to choose from as they vote to elect four council members Nov. 3.Saugatuck's mayor of ...
Back to school puts financial strain on Michigan's most vulnerable families
Tauna Sanderling wakes up at 5:45 a.m., prepares breakfast and gears up for a full day of virtual school for her two ...