The $44,000 from the Michigan Energy Office will allow Grand Valley State University to study the solar installations placed on 75 Muskegon and Oceana county low-income homes and to address… Read more
MUSKEGON, MI — Three headlines for May 15, 2013, plus a tip about what’s coming up.
A Muskegon ex-convict could end up back in prison if convicted of severely beating his girlfriend, biting her thigh, holding a butcher knife to her throat and tearing apart her… Read more
Harris Hospitality of Muskegon has a five-phase plan for redeveloping the former CJ’s on the Beach building at Pere Marquette Park. The restaurant group and the city will partner in… Read more
• Today’s obituaries from The Muskegon Chronicle. • The main obituary page. TODAY’S DEATHS Jerelos, Katherine …
Democrats are furious with Republicans for trying to “play political games” with the investigation of last year’s fatal terrorist attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.
A 45-year-old man was arrested at Dickinson Street SW home
The defendant wanted to “discredit” the investigator, the FBI says.
Crash reported around 10:30 a.m.
Dipta Halwasiya, assistant quality superintendent at the Indian Spinal Injuries Centre in New Delhi, visited Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital and found time for her first glimpse of penguins and… Read more
Job training programs at Grand Rapids Community College will get a boost thanks to a $700,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation announced Tuesday.
Muskegon voters face an Aug. 6 primary with three mayoral and 11 commission candidates. The general election is Nov. 5 with a mayor and two at-large commissioners will be elected… Read more
Sentences May 6 and 7, 2013.
The state’s rejection of an application to build a “driveway” across a protected dune sanctuary agrees with many of the opponents’ arguments – including their contention that it isn’t a… Read more
The chilly temperatures aren’t expected to return this week at all, with sunny skies expected today and northwest winds reaching 13 miles per hour.
When the Muskegon County Sheriff’s Office took over the animal control responsibilities in the area, Sheriff Dean Roesler expected a few challenges along the way. Now three years later, those… Read more
Efforts to develop a wind farm on the site of Muskegon County’s Wastewater Management System are gaining some traction, in part due to the development of a new wind turbine… Read more