WHITEHALL TWP. – Township officials are hoping a sanitary sewer extension on Durham Road will be operational by winter.
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PERE MARQUETTE TWP. — Pleasant Ridge Road between W. Riverview Drive and N. Sherman Road was closed Friday to repair and replace a failed culvert, according to a press release from the Mason County Road Commission.
Sugar Grove Road between Schoenherr and Morse roads will be closed to all traffic for upgrading the railroad crossing starting Monday, Sept. 16, according to a release from the Mason County Road Commission.
Ludington-based FloraCraft, the world’s leading manufacturer of craft and floral foam products, announced leadership promotions to position the company for continued growth the company announced in a press release Thursday.
This month’s Thursday, Sept. 19, meeting of the Historical Society features Professor Dan Yakes presenting a segment of his forthcoming book on Whitehall and Montague history, “Together We Fight.”
The Great Lakes Energy (GLE) People Fund is accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations throughout its local service area. The upcoming grant application deadline is Oct. 15.
The Mason County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution during its meeting Tuesday morning to purchase 26.71 percent of a lift station that serves Amber Township and the City of Scottville.
The Muskegon County TalkSooner team has partnered with the Farmers Markets in the Cities of Muskegon, Montague, and Muskegon Heights to promote Family Meals Month and coach parents on talking to their kids about drug and alcohol use. Educators will be at the markets on the following dates an…
LAKETON TWP. – Tuesday (Sept. 10) at approximately 7:35 a.m., a serious personal injury crash occurred in the area of Whitehall Rd and Witham Rd., according to a news release from the Muskegon County Sheriff's Office.
MUSKEGON COUNTY - Senior Resources of West Michigan, the administrator of the Muskegon County Senior Millage, is seeking proposals to provide snow removal services to the aging through the senior millage.
The ad hoc committee formed by the City of Ludington and its ordinances regarding marijuana will delay its report for public release until Friday, Sept. 13.