SUMMIT TWP. — The Mason County Sheriff’s Office announced Sunday evening that they located a man who is presumed to have drowned in Bass Lake.
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Muskegon County nearly swung red in the last election cycle, and Republican gubernatorial candidates hope to see that finally happen for them in 2022. The Muskegon County Republican Party is hosting a Summer Patriotic Party at Kruse Park, 3205 W. Sherman Blvd. in Muskegon, near Lake Michigan…
In just a couple of weeks, the Thompson Street bridge, which connects Montague and Whitehall, will be returning to four lanes. For the last couple of years, the bridge has been two lanes due to rising water levels.
The Hackley & Hume Historic Site of the Lakeshore Museum Center is excited to introduce a new program to its events calendar, the History of the Movies.
A pilot program by Hope College and Western Theological Seminary (WTS) to provide a Christian liberal arts education to incarcerated men at Muskegon Correctional Facility has shown such initial success that the college is now pursuing accreditation for a full Bachelor of Arts degree.
On Sunday, July 18, at approximately 12:38 p.m., the Muskegon County Sheriff’s Office responded to a crash at the intersection of Riley Thompson Rd. at Holton Rd. (M-120), involving a crossover style sport utility vehicle and a motorcycle. The motorcycle was Northbound on Holton Road when th…
Leaders from the Muskegon Heights Public School Academy System said Monday they have growing concerns about the partnership that provides education to K-12 students in the West Michigan city just south of Muskegon.
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Mercy Health Muskegon is issuing two concurrent requests for proposals for their Community Grants Program: Sr. Simone Courtade Fund (Sr. Simone) and Community Benefit Board Initiative Grant (CBBI). Applicants may apply from Muskegon, Newaygo and Oceana Counties. Letters of Intent must be sub…
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Trinity Lutheran Community Food Pantry would like to acknowledge the Osteopathic Foundation of West Michigan for agreeing to fund $4,500 toward its pantry flooring project. The pantry has served the local community and beyond for over 30 years, 14 of them in the current building. Clients are…
MUSKEGON – COVID-19. Unemployment. Medical expenses. There are many causes of hunger in the Muskegon Community. AgeWell Services of West Michigan has worked to help feed our aging neighbors since 1973. When the City of Muskegon called on AgeWell Services to use its experience to help feed th…