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Open House Today About Planned 16th Street Work in Holland
The City of Holland's Transportation Services Department holds an informational Open House late this afternoon.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Kayaker lost in fog rescued on Lake Michigan
A 42-year-old man from the east side of the state set out in a kayak from the Holland pier and traveled south toward Saugatuck.
Pop Songstress Kanisha K Scores an Endorsement Deal With Sennheiser Microphones
For over 65 years, the name Sennheiser has stood for top-quality products, true sound and tailor-made solutions for every aspect of recording, transmission and reproduction of sound.
Crash injures 3, driver jailed after fleeing scene in Ottawa County
A 33-year-old South Haven man is lodged in the Ottawa County jail after allegedly fleeing the scene of a crash that injured two other drivers in Olive Township Tuesday evening, police say.
Why our best and brightest candidates are not running
August 5th is primary election day in Michigan, and across all media channels, you can find criticism of who is on the ballot and who isn't on the ballot.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Honor For Michigan Marine Killed In Afghanistan
A man walking a dog along a western Michigan dirt road has found a newborn with her umbilical cord still attached.
Judge dismisses Holland Township residents' lawsuit opposing truck stop construction
An Ottawa County judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a group of Holland Township residents seeking to block construction of a truck stop at I-196 and Adams Street, saying the group didn't have legal standing to pursue the case.
WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
West Michigan Marine honored for bravery, courage and ultimate sacrifice
HOLLAND, Mich.,-A West Michigan community coming together to honor their hometown hero, Gunnery Sgt.
Cruise ship, 335 feet long, sails into Holland
Whatever the descriptor, the 335-foot Pear Mist was enough to make heads turn Tuesday, July 29 as it sailed into Lake Macatawa.
Copper industry recognizes Statehouse dome with award
The copper dome atop the Kansas Statehouse joins New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral and other iconic structures as 2014 recipients of awards from the North American Copper in Architecture program.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
America in Bloom Judges are in Town
The America in Bloom judges are in Holland and Park Superintendent Steve Zwiep will be taking them on a tour of Holland.
Jacksonville Daily News
Marine to receive Silver Star posthumously
Gunnery Sgt. Daniel J. Price, with 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command, will be posthumously awarded the Silver Star Medal, for his heroic actions while deployed to Afghanistan in 2012.
Downtown Holland Gallery Walk coming Aug. 1-2
Eight Holland galleries will open their doors Aug. 1 and 2 for the Downtown Holland Gallery Walk.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Poetry show pulls audience of one
"Come into our den," says poet Ryan Van Winkle, pulling back a blanket hung from cord to reveal an accordion and a scattering of cushions.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Holland BPW Wants Customers to be Aware of Phone Scam
The Holland Board of Public Works has received reports of a phone scam going on in Holland and Zeeland with imposters calling customers and asking for credit information.
President of Michigan, Florida fitness club chain elected to Hope College Board of Trustees
The head of a chain of sports and fitness clubs in Michigan and Florida has been elected to a four-year term on Hope College's Board of Trustees.
Lakeshore Gas Prices Slide Back After a Week's Hiccup
A 15-cent spike at the pump along the Lakeshore a week ago has been more than made up.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Gun shop owner frustrated with another denial of indoor firing range in Holland
An effort by a Holland gun shop to build an indoor firing range was dealt another setback Thursday as the city's Board of Appeals rejected a proposed use variance that would have allowed the project to move forward.
AGVs vs. Conveyors
Some experts question if conveyors still make sense in today's lean, flexible world.
Hope College Board Welcomes Two Newcomers
Two new members of Hope College's Board of Trustees were announced today by the school.