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Large, $1,000 crack rock found in possession of Muskegon Heights man admitted to hospital
A Muskegon Heights man faces a drug felony if convicted of having a large chunk of crack cocaine in his possession when he was admitted to a hospital on Monday morning.
Sun May 19, 2013
Today's top headlines: Whitehall High School prom, shooting in Muskegon Heights and more
Marlee Anderson smiles for a camera while Brennen Henderson checks his hat during their Prom King and Queen dance at the Whitehall Prom at Fruitport Country Club on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
Man shot in the back in Muskegon Heights, not cooperating with police
Police Chief Lynne Gill said the victim, 18-year-old Kevin Day, suffered a wound to his back.
Sat May 18, 2013
Calling all veterans: Group seeking World War II veterans to be honored in Memorial Day parade
They're looking for any surviving World War II veterans who can participate in the parade by riding on a float.
Fri May 17, 2013
Man shot behind Muskegon Area Transit System building in Muskegon Heights
A man was shot behind the Muskegon Area Transit System building late Thursday evening and driven to a local emergency room, officials said.
Nine sentences in Muskegon County Circuit Court by Chief Judge William C. Marietti
Katelyn Anne Szotko, 25, of Spring Lake, 105 days Muskegon County Jail for violating probation on 2011 convictions of controlled substance possession less than 25 grams and resisting/obstructing police, $359.20 fees/costs. In a separate case, five months jail, probation extended one year, $277.60 fees/costs for violating probation on 2011 ... (more)
Thu May 16, 2013
Truck broadsides car on Seaway Drive in Muskegon Heights, sending woman to an area hospital
A two-car crash in Muskegon has sent one to the hospital, according to Sgt. Scott Sinclair of the Muskegon Heights Police Department.
Animal (out of) Control: Muskegon's animal control officers on front...
The Muskegon area's animal control and animal welfare system is being stretched by significant issues related to animal control and aggressive animals.
Muskegon Heights students moving toward year-round school with shorter summer
Students at Muskegon Heights will have a shortened summer this year as the school district moves to a "balanced schedule." MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MI - After hinting it was coming, Muskegon Heights school officials have announced that students will attend school practically year-round next year, starting on Aug.
Tue May 14, 2013
Animal Control: Muskegon's pit bull population, unlicensed pets are an ongoing issue for law enforcement and shelters
The abundance of the controversial breed in the cities of Muskegon and Muskegon Heights is yet another part of the county's animal control issues, authorities say.
Mon May 13, 2013
Weekly gas report: Fuel prices climb by 4 cents in Muskegon County, West Michigan
After a week of nearly stagnant prices in the West Michigan region, the cost for regular unleaded fuel in Muskegon County and neighboring locales has moved up - this time by 4 cents.
Fri May 10, 2013
Pontiac schools likely to miss payroll next week, state says
An Oakland County school district is facing such dire financial circumstances it is not expected to make payroll next week, according to report by state education Superintendent Mike Flanagan.
Muskegon Heights native hosts Walk for Lupus to raise awareness about disease in black community
After receiving a life-changing lupus diagnosis 20 years ago, Sheronda Williams decided she should boost public knowledge about the autoimmune disease, which disproportionately affects black women nationwide.
Thu May 09, 2013
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Letter Carriers' Annual Food Drive Saturday May 11
The National Association of Letter Carriers will conduct its 21th annual food drive to combat hunger this Saturday, May 11.
Wed May 08, 2013
Nugent Sand South Lake: Check out the details of a proposed $50 million Norton Shores neighborhood
For decades, Nugent Sand Co. built South Lake while the stunning duneland lake in Norton Shores went largely unnoticed by motorists passing the property on Lincoln Avenue and Seminole Road.
Muskegon Heights Fire Chief Chris Dean to answer questions about arson during MLive live chat
This week is Arson Awareness Week nationwide and the U.S. Fire Adminstration uses this time to educate communities on the fire-related crime.
Question of the Day: What should be done with all the vacant school buildings?
As student enrollment continues to decline in urban school districts, the number of abandoned school buildings in the heart of residential areas is increasing.
Tue May 07, 2013
Midday Muskegon headlines: Chief answers Jessica Heeringa questions,...
Norton Shores Police Chief Dan Shaw answered questions about the Jessica Heeringa disappearance during a live chat with MLive Tuesday.
Muskegon attorney Terry Nolan allowed to defend murder suspect Maurice Clemons, but no one else
Left to right, attorneys Matthew Kacel and Terry Nolan appear in court for a status conference with their client, murder suspect Craig Lewis during a status conference in Muskegon County's 14th Circuit Court before Judge Timothy G. Hicks on March 21, 2013.
Darese Sanders' slaying investigation continues; Several interviewed
Derrick Richards holds a photo of Darese Sanders , who was killed at the corner of West Columbia Avenue and Park Street in Muskegon Heights in the early hours of Monday, May 6, 2013.