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  1. Boy, 13, charged with open murder in death of Muskegon Township toddlerRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | MLive.com

    A 13-year-old Muskegon Heights boy has been charged with open murder in the death of a 1 1/2-year-old girl to whom he is related, authorities said. Muskegon County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Timothy Maat confirmed Friday, May 22, that a warrant has been signed for open murder against Jakari Deshaun Pollard, who resides in Muskegon Heights.

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  2. 10 sentences by Circuit Judge Anthony A. MontonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 10 | MLive.com

    Rosario Arias, 46, of Hart, 90 days Oceana County Jail, two years probation for food stamp fraud, $11,345.64 restitution/fees/costs, sentence to be served in the court's discretion. Scott Edward Overly, 30, of Muskegon Heights, one year jail, 18 months probation for uttering and publishing, $708 restitution/fees/costs, sentence to be served in the court's discretion, six months forthwith.

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  3. Recent sentences by Muskegon County Circuit Judge Timothy G. HicksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | MLive.com

    Jeremy Earl Albring, 23, of Fennville, 158 days Muskegon County Jail for probation violation on 2015 conviction of attempted breaking and entering with intent, $777.60 balance fees/costs. Christopher Wayne Bailey, 42, of Ludington, 78 days jail for probation violation on 2013 conviction of three counts retaining financial transaction device without consent, $440.80 balance restitution/fees/costs.

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  4. Prom 2015: Two more weeks left in Muskegon prom season, share your photos nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | MLive.com

    The students, staff and parents at Reeths-Puffer High School are pretty serious about becoming the MLive Muskegon Chronicle Prom of the Year. The bragging-rights honor is based on the number of photos the school shared with MLive readers from its prom.

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  5. Military training exercise to involve Muskegon County law enforcementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | MLive.com

    A Michigan National Guard training exercise in June will include a stop off in Muskegon County, according to state officials. Teams from federal, state and local law enforcement and disaster recovery agencies will join around 2,000 members of the National Guard in a disaster response exercise, Northern Exposure, slated for June 23-27.

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  6. From foundry dump to Mona Kea Mall and Eastowne, a timeline of Norton Shores gateway propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | MLive.com

    The recent razing of the former Hills Department Store and Irwin's Home Furnishing building at Seaway Drive and Seminole Road has closed a frenzied chapter in Norton Shores history. Muskegon County Chief Circuit Judge William C. Marietti gave Michigan Commerce Bank, now Talmer West Bank, 90 days to finish abating the half-demolished building in January.

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  7. Western Michigan University lands Muskegon's Joeviair Kennedy for basketballRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | MLive.com

    Kennedy, recruited as a dual-sport athlete for football and basketball, committed Tuesday to Western Michigan University to a basketball scholarship. Kennedy, a slashing 6-foot-4 forward, was a Class A all-stater as a senior and started on Muskegon's state championship team as a junior.

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  8. 5 ways Second Harvest initiative hopes to fight blight, help Muskegon-area economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | MLive.com

    A collaboration between several groups in Muskegon County proposes to turn a bunch of the county's trash into treasure. The Second Harvest project surrounds the mass demolition of blight homes in Muskegon County and how to put the materials from those homes to re-use.

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  9. Nearly 1,100 girls to participate in 2015 Girls on the Run Celebration 5K through downtown MuskegonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | MLive.com

    Two new running events will debut in Muskegon County on May 16, but the Girls on the Run Celebration 5K in downtown Muskegon will likely feature more participants than both combined. Nearly 1,100 girls between third grade and eighth grade will participate in the 2015 jaunt through the streets of downtown Muskegon and Heritage Landing.

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  10. Mark Kahny Trio to perform at Music for Meds fundraiser in MuskegonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | MLive.com

    The Mark Kahny Trio with special guest Mary Rademacher will perform at the sixth annual Music for Meds fundraiser on May 22. The annual event will take place at the Watermark 920, 920 Washington Ave., in Muskegon from 8-11 p.m. Proceeds from the event benefit the Mission for Area People , an independent, not-for-profit charity dedicated to serving the needs of area residents who live in poverty and extreme need. Appetizers provided by Harris Hospitality, a cash bar and classic photo booth by Nik Tong and MiPhotoBooth will also be available at the event.

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  11. Child rape, Charity Lodge death, other circuit court sentencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | MLive.com

    Lamarcus Deshon Calvin , 23, of Muskegon, six months Muskegon County Jail, two years probation for failure to stop at a serious injury accident, $1,098 fees/costs, work release authorized. A jury convicted Calvin of fleeing after fatally running over Jalisa Love to escape bullets flying outside the Muskegon Charity Lodge in 2013, a gunfight in which two men were shot dead and several people were wounded.

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  12. $13,600 in grants to support better relationships between law enforcement, communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | MLive.com

    The relationship between law enforcement officials and members of the community has been a major talking point in Muskegon County in recent years. On Thursday, May 7, the Community Foundation for Muskegon County announced that it has approved $13,600 in grants to support programs designed to foster that relationship.

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  13. Mentor, Muskegon Heights group to compete in River Bank Run in memory of Marquis GreshamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | MLive.com

    Bennor, a True North Community Services mentor who mentored Gresham for those eight months, was impressed with Gresham's and the Muskegon Heights basketball team's talent and kindness in the short time he knew him. The mentor doesn't want Gresham's name to just vanish in the night, and he doesn't want other local student-athletes and Gresham's younger brother, Keshawn, to think they're all alone in their day-to-day struggles, which is why he's helped organize a group to run in the Fifth Third River Bank Run Saturday in Grand Rapids.

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  14. Family of shooting victim, Elishua Pinegar, remembers young father as kind, 'innocent'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | MLive.com

    The mother of Elishua Pinegar, who was shot and killed at a Muskegon Heights street corner on April 17, says she holds no ill will toward the teen whom police say confessed to killing him. In fact, Everlee Pinegar, Elishua's mother, says she grieves not only for herself, but for the family of Quantay Aldridge who has been charged with murder in connection with the 12:30 a.m. shooting of her son at Park Street and Columbia Avenue in Muskegon Heights.

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  15. Midday Muskegon headlines include making Muskegon Heights desirable, women shot, retired deputy diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | MLive.com

    Michigan State University students on Monday, May 4 presented the highlights of a 109-page revitalization and blight elimination plan they'd worked on for months. MUSKEGON, MI - A 60-year-old man was scheduled for trial this week on a charge of shooting a woman from his car in Muskegon Heights, and he's under investigation in a similar shooting months later.

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  16. 'Gang felony' charge added in 2nd Muskegon vs. Heights murder caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | MLive.com

    For the second time, the Muskegon County Prosecutor's Office has moved to add a "gang felony" charge to a murder case involving an alleged Muskegon-Muskegon Heights gang rivalry.

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  17. MSU students' plan presented to 'make Muskegon Heights a desirable place to live'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | MLive.com

    Michigan State University students on Monday, May 4 presented the highlights of a 109-page revitalization and blight elimination plan they'd worked on for months. Lots of places pay consultants tens of thousands of dollars to draw up such documents, which are vehicles the cities use to apply for federal and state grant money.

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  18. Animal abuse in Muskegon County topic of upcoming training programRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | MLive.com

    A number of law enforcement officials from Muskegon County are planning on attending a training program that will shed light on the animal cruelty issues in the area. The event is being hosted by the Humane Society of the United States, along with the Muskegon County Animal Control and Lakeshore Pet Alliance.

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  19. Man charged for 1 woman's shooting from car, investigated for 2ndRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | MLive.com

    A 60-year-old man was scheduled for trial this week on a charge of shooting a woman from his car in Muskegon Heights, and he's under investigation in a similar shooting months later. Thurman Lee Paschal's alleged motive for either non-fatal shooting is unknown, according to Chief Trial Attorney Matt Roberts of the Muskegon County Prosecutor's Office.

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  20. Poorly discarded cigarette the 'highly likely' cause of Norton Shores apartment fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | MLive.com

    The fast-moving fire at a Norton Shores apartment building appears to have been caused by a poorly discarded cigarette, according to fire officials. Norton Shores Fire Department Deputy Chief Joseph Kinnucan said cause of the fire is officially listed as undetermined but called the cigarette theory "highly likely."

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