Families

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 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.
Feature Story Ian Miskelley dives into the pool during competition.
Feature Story Step it Up group walks are led by an Ottawa County naturalist.

Step it Up with walks through nature


Feature Story Spring Lake is hosting a community-wide Easter egg hunt.
Feature Story Frank Kraai, of Holland, poses along the Window on The Waterfront park in Holland, Michigan where a new ice rink will be built after he donated $1 million toward the effort.
Feature Story Community leaders discuss plans for a Muskegon community resource center.
Feature Story The staff of Lighthouse Immigrant Advocates.
Feature Story Mike Larson is the president and CEO of Michigan Association of United Ways.

Bigger tax credit would help working-poor families buy basics


Feature Story The Holland Department of Public Safety's community policing unit has partnered with community organizations to repair and give away working vehicles to those in need.

Community policing creates community connections


Feature Story Jaquelin Romero is the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Holland 2022 Youth of the Year.

Jaquelin Romero named Holland's Youth of the Year


Feature Story Hudsonville resident and interior designer Liz Marie Galvan is building a reputation and a following for her Cozy White Cottage home decor ideas.

This Hudsonville native’s ticket to fame: Getting Cozy


Feature Story Donna Lowry
Feature Story From left, Iliana Ponce, Esther Fifelski, and Susan Kragt are among those advocating for Afghan refugees in West Michigan.

Lakeshore agencies welcome Afghan refugees with open arms


Feature Story Mitch and Johally Carlson pose with their children outside their new home. The family has a home of their own this holiday season with the help of Lakeshore Habitat for Humanity.
Feature Story Jubilee Ministries Executive Director Steve Grose and Lakeshore Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Don Wilkinson speak to a crowd before a ceremonial groundbreaking at Park Vista Place, a joint project of the two, on East 40th Street in Holland.

More housing coming to West Michigan, still more needed