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Dr. Katrina Olson accepted her nomination as the next president of the Muskegon County Medical Society on Tuesday night well aware of the challenges.
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It's been a week since a Muskegon Township insurance company was robbed by a masked man, and it appears the suspect, so far, managed to get away with it.
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The question of how late is too late when it comes to serving beer at festivals in the city of Muskegon has the City Commission appearing unsure of the best policy.
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The sites are part of Feeding America West Michigan Food Bank Inc., a regional food bank in Comstock Park, according to information provided by Muskegon County Cooperating Churches.
An architect's drawing shows the new concept for the location of the Muskegon County Jail.
Muskegon has made major cuts in public spending in recent years. And the city'A A s fiscal stress score looks much better in a recent analysis by Munetrix.
Hundreds gather at Pointes Mall in Norton Shores to support Jessica Heeringa's family, and pray for the missing woman's well being ROOSEVELT PARK, MI - A second woman has been accused of fraudulently attempting to raise money in Jessica Heeringa's name.
A financial donation is the best way to help the American Red Cross as it prepares to help victims of the deadly Oklahoma twister and others throughout the Midwest.
"This is nice," said Muskegon native Bob Olson. "I like it down here. Sometimes I just come and sit for hours if I have nothing else to do.
Gas is up 7 cents in West Michigan over a week, and 15 cents over a month, according to AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge Report.
Investigators are chasing down "high priority tips" they received over the weekend in connection to the Jessica Heeringa abduction case , said Norton Shores Police Chief Dan Shaw.
Retiring 14th Circuit Judge John C. Ruck jokingly poses with his portrait while his secretary, Judy Carnes , and former secretary, Suzie Flowers, laugh at a ceremony to celebrate his career and to unveil a portrait of him at the Michael E. Kobza Hall of Justice in Muskegon Wednesday, March 27, 2013.
Five-year-old Jourdan Ealom of Muskegon slides down an inflatable bounce house at the 35th Annual Mayfest at Muskegon Community College on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
Sophomore Jamie Potts went 3-for-3 with three RBI, including the game-winning two-RBI single in the bottom of the eighth of the clinching game.
The sun is expected to shine most of the day, Sunday, May 19, in the Muskegon area, according to the National Weather Service.