WHITEHALL – On Saturday, Feb. 20 a crew of Muskegon County Resource Recovery Center workers were dispatched to handle a sewage leak in downtown Whitehall.
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The Montague-Whitehall Rotary Club has recently donated $20,000 to help fund two community projects to encourage outdoor gatherings in the downtowns of Montague and Whitehall.
MUSKEGON – In response to data provided by the Muskegon County Public Health Department, which continues to show a decrease in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in the community, the Muskegon County Courts are increasing access to court operations in a way that improves in-person access …
LANSING – After almost a full year of Michigan’s fight against COVID-19 and its impact on the mental health of Michigan residents, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is hosting the 13th annual Problem Gambling Symposium virtually on March 4 and 5.
WHITEHALL – Denis Koegel is a high school English teacher at Whitehall High School and recently won a $2,500 grant from State Farm for use in implementing his plan for a new way to teach and connect with his students during this time of COVID and beyond.
WHITEHALL TWP. – The long awaited Culver’s Restaurant, 3141 E. Colby St., has finally opened.
GRANT TWP. – Dan Yost always figured one day he would become the Grant Township fire chief, but never under the circumstances in which he did.
MUSKEGON – A case of the COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 has been detected in Muskegon County.
MONTAGUE – The City of Montague has issued an eviction notice to the White Lake Senior Center.
LANSING — Hemp growers in Michigan say they’re frustrated by the new regulations and fees for reporting hemp samples.
LANSING — According to a 1964 state law, income from traffic fines are distributed to fund public libraries — to the tune of about $34 million in 2019 — but lower traffic ticket revenue is leaving libraries with insufficient funding.
LANSING — The Great Lakes region is no stranger to severe winter weather, but the Armistice Day Storm of 1940 went down as one of the most impactful weather events in Midwestern history.
LANSING — It’s 6:30 in the morning. Knowing you should be getting ready for school, you stare at the morning news, waiting to see your school’s name flash across the screen. After what feels like an eternity, it scrolls past and it hits you — it’s a snow day!
WHITEHALL – For the first time ever, the Arts Council of White Lake-Nuveen Center Theater Workshop is inviting playwrights to submit an original script for a 10-minute moment in time.
MONTAGUE – 99 local ice fishermen participated in this year’s first ever “What a Catch: Ice Fishing Tournament” on White Lake.