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Public comment exploded during a Muskegon Public School Board of Education meeting Tuesday as nearly 100 district parents and teachers leveled numerous concerns over back-to-back... [Read More]
If the ordinance is approved by the township board, medical marijuana plants and products could be grown, manufactured and sold at provisioning centers located in... [Read More]
Residents, public officials and members of the Muskegon County Board of Commissioners all voiced concerns over proposed changes to the Muskegon Area Transit System during... [Read More]
DPZ CoDESIGN will guide the vision for the former Sappi site, but their services won't be cheap. [Read More]
Walmart to pay the highest amount, $88,515, according to tax rolls obtained by MLive/Muskegon Chronicle through a Freedom of Information Act request. [Read More]
More than 50 township-owned roads will be repaired starting in the spring of 2018. [Read More]
Some parents and residents spoke out during public comment at the board's Monday meeting. [Read More]
Mona Shores School Board President Stan Miller announced Helmer's resignation on Monday, Nov. 13 at the board's regular meeting. Helmer's resignation will take effect on... [Read More]
Trustees did not disclose how much each business would be taxed before voting on the measure. [Read More]
The man was identified as Robert Larry Benninger II, 35, of Muskegon. [Read More]
Newcomers Walter Watt, Jr. and Rev. Andre Williams, Jr. will join incumbent Bonnie McGlothin on the Muskegon Heights City Council. [Read More]
The millage, which failed in May, won by just seven votes on Nov. 7, according to unofficial returns. [Read More]
Stephen Gawron, Ken Johson and Dan Rinsema-Sybenga will return to their seats on the Muskegon City Commission. [Read More]
Thomas Clock III received just 49 votes, a total of 2 percent of total votes cast. [Read More]
County Administrator Mark Eisenbarth said the loss was "truly disappointing." [Read More]
Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J. Hilson knew scoring a conviction wasn't going to be easy. [Read More]
Both vehicles took extensive front-end and rear-end damage, with the scene slowing down midday traffic on the busy retail corridor. [Read More]
The city reopened the roadway to public traffic late last week, said Montague City Manager Jeff Auch. [Read More]
The trial of Kierelle Burns, one of the alleged shooters charged with open murder, began Thursday in Muskegon County Circuit Court. [Read More]
Circuit Court Judge Timothy Hicks said the grisly murder was among the most vicious he has seen in his time on the bench. [Read More]