Fruitland Covenant Church's Vacation Bible School program for 2019 will be led by Child Evangelism Fellowship personnel.
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LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel reminded Consumers Energy and DTE customers they may be eligible for a $25 credit if they were without power for more than 16 hours as a result of recent electric outages.
The Ludington Police Department has been enforcing the closures of the Ludington North Breakwater and has issued 10 citations to individuals ignoring the closure since Friday, July 19.
CLEVELAND – On July 19 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Region 5 Administrator Cathy Stepp visited Cleveland to announce an upcoming new Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) grant program specifically focused on funding trash-free water project…
HAMLIN TWP. — Emergency officials are still searching along the Lake Michigan shoreline at Ludington State Park for 18-year-old Daniel McCarthy have now designated the effort a recovery, according to Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole,
The Muskegon Community College Respiratory Therapy (RT) Program has been awarded a 10-year unqualified reaccreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC). The program has remained nationally accredited on campus since its inception more than three decades ago.
JACKSON, Mich. – Consumers Energy crews finished a third straight night of restoration work, continuing their around the clock efforts that have restored power to 160,000 customers affected by a violent, damaging storm system that began Friday.
The Chemours Environmental Impact Committee (CEIC, pronounced “seek”) of White River Township is a citizens group organized in 2018 to advocate for the clean-up of the 1300-acre site owned by The Chemours Company (Chemours), formerly occupied by E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (DuPont).
MONTAGUE – City Manager Jeff Auch said in order to complete a road project on Mohawk Court the city would have to borrow money from other funds to pay for it.
This 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s first landing on the moon — on July 20, 1969 — is a reminder of a connection Whitehall has had with a later Apollo astronaut, Alfred M. “Al” Worden.
OSCODA CO., MI – Lt. Brandon Kieft, conservation officer with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources who is a West Michigan native with ties to Whitehall, was the first law enforcement agent to arrive at the scene when a group of people reported that they believed they had found two-ye…