Ottawa County

Feature Story USMC Sgt. Travis Snyder has walked 2,240 miles and raised more than $15,000 for Mission 22, a nonprofit supporting veterans with mental health challenges.
Feature Story Many Michigan state parks adding off-road, electronic track chairs, available at no cost to visitors.

Making Michigan's beaches accessible to everyone


Feature Story The first Holland Waterfront Celtic Festival and Highland Games will be Saturday, June 25, with a Friday night cèilidh  (21+ Irish music and dance party).

Celtic fest a first for Holland


Feature Story The Lakeshore LEDA staff at  2022 Summit on Race and Inclusion. (LEDA)

Insights from LEDA’s 2022 Summit on Race and Inclusion


Feature Story Music on Main is returning to downtown Zeeland this summer with food, music, games, and more.

Music on Main returns to downtown Zeeland


Feature Story John Shay
Feature Story Tara Weymon Leonard, MillerKnoll’s vice president of global contract and field marketing, talks to I Am Academy students at the company's Design Yard.

I Am Academy explores future careers at MillerKnoll


Feature Story Gentex talent acquisition specialist Chris Pollack speaks to a group of the company's interns gathered at Zeeland’s Lawrence Street Park last week.
Feature Story Jonathan K. Cauchi leads a class through Disability Advocates of Kent County.

Your words matter: How to respect people with disabilities


Feature Story Holland Mayor Nathan Bocks, right, and residents scrub 8th Street in downtown Holland before the Tulip Time Festival’s Volksparade on May 14. 

Holland’s Tulip Time Festival makes a strong comeback


Feature Story Residents can purchase composting bags for $5 for one bag or $12 for three bags.

Ottawa County launches food composting program


Feature Story Team members from Zeeland High School's robotics team — known as Built on Brains, or B.O.B. — were one of two teams to compete at the F.I.R.S.T. Robotics World Championship in Houston last month.

Robotics students are next tech workforce


Feature Story Step it Up participants can join group walks like this one or participate in physical activity on their own.
Feature Story A recent study found there are 411,000 fewer available homes for sale for a household earning $75,000 to $100,000 compared to pre-pandemic.