Mercy Health intensifies presence in Mason County with its first Ludington medical practice
Mercy Health's physician network debuted its first family practice in Mason County this month, offering a new medical home to residents in Ludington.
Muskegon top headlines: Muskegon river barges proposal, BBQ restaurant and more
A 26-year-old Hesperia-area man has been charged with third-offense driving while intoxicated, a felony, after a two-car crash Thursday, July 24, on Holton Road, also known as M-120.
'Music was his first love': Family mourns loss of retired Ypsilanti band director
Family and friends are mourning the loss of an all-around music man who made a mark in the Ypsilanti Public Schools as a band director and teacher.
Partners Restructure Ownership Of Michigan Cluster
TODD MOHR is transferring 94% of SYNERGY MEDIA, INC., licensee of Oldies WKLA-A/LUDINGTON, MI, Country WKZC /SCOTTVILLE, MI, and Hot AC WKLA-F/THOMPSONVILLE, MI, and SYNERGY LAKESHORE LICENSES, LLC, licensee of Classic Rock WWKR /HART, MI, News-Talk WLDN and W224CA/LUDINGTON, MI, and AC WMLQ /MANISTEE, MI, to partners CRAIG BOWMAN and RICHARD YOUNG ... (more)
Weekly gas report: Muskegon-area fuel prices averaging $3.60 on Monday
The average price for regular, unleaded fuel in the Muskegon, Grand Rapids and Holland area on Monday, July 21 was $3.60 a gallon, according to the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report.
With new agreement, Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital officials aim to improve access in Oceana County
Less than a year into its new existence as Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital, Mason County's sole hospital has announced another noteworthy change officials said will improve primary care access among area residents.
Muskegon to benefit from $6.5 million in funding for road projects downtown, in 34th District
Four West Michigan counties that make up the 34th District will receive more than $6.5 million in road funding as a part of a $115 million transportation measure state legislators announced on Wednesday, July 2. Funds for projects in Mason, Oceana, Muskegon and Newaygo counties will come from the state's supplemental road fund, which is part of the ... (more)
Ferris State University expands program for rising high school...
Photo of students and instructors from the Woodbridge Promesa Summer Success Program, launched by Ferris State University in June 2013 with Grand Rapids schools rising seniors.
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Man dies during Electric Forest music festival
In a news release Monday, Lt. Jeffrey J. White of the Hart post says Brian Alan Brockette had a medical emergency late Sunday and died.