The West Michigan Old Engine Club’s annual show scheduled for this summer was canceled, said Club President Ed McCumber.
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A 32-year-old Grand Rapids man faces domestic violence charges and a charge of trying to pass counterfeit money following his arrest Tuesday afternoon.
LANSING – The Unemployment Insurance Agency today provided Michigan consumers with resources to help protect against unemployment identity theft and steps to take if they are victim. The agency recently warned residents of attempts by criminals to file imposter claims as part of an internati…
A Ludington man who pleaded guilty to taking sexually compromising photos on a cell phone of a woman three years ago, was sentenced to two years probation and one year in jail in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday.
One person entered a guilty plea Tuesday in 51 Circuit Court, which was conducted via Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ludington Senior Center has an over abundance of coupons for Project Fresh, a program that distributes $20 coupon booklets to be used at Orchard Market or the Ludington Farmers Market.
Trent Balley joined the Ludington Daily News to be its intern this summer.
A Ludington man was sentenced to jail time and probation for charges of impaired driving and possession of a controlled substance — methamphetamine, in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday.
LANSING — Thousands of Michigan educators, parents, students and community members today called for federal relief for education amidst the continuing COVID-19 pandemic during a Facebook Live “virtual rally.”
LANSING – Seasonally unadjusted jobless rates jumped significantly in all 17 of Michigan’s major labor market areas and in all 83 counties during April, according to data released from the Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget (DTMB).
GRAND RAPIDS — Paul Patrick Piper, 58, of Ludington, pled guilty today to a felony information dated February 21, 2020, setting forth criminal charges of bank fraud and federal income tax offenses.
SHELBY – Each year the Shelby Rotary Club invests in our future leaders by funding scholarships for continuing the education of several graduating seniors from Shelby High School.
LANSING – In an effort to help safely reengage the economy and allow Michiganders to track potential COVID-19 symptoms, the Michigan departments of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and Labor and Economic Opportunity (LEO) have collaborated with the University of Michigan School of Public He…
MUSKEGON – The second annual Muskegon Summer Wine Up has been postponed in 2020 due to health concerns over COVID-19, but will be coming back in 2021, according to organizers at Cumulus Radio in Muskegon.
LANSING – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and its Children’s Trust Fund (CTF) have issued a Request for Proposals (RFPs) to deliver services to prevent child abuse and neglect.