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Feature Story ODC received funding for the launch of Project 180, a new nature-based summer education program.

Ottawa County details $57 million in ARPA money payouts


Feature Story Conference

Young professionals group plans its first leadership conference


Feature Story Taylor Twork, a GVSU student,  is a recipient of the Thomas and Susan Den Herder Education Scholarship.
Feature Story Workers at Kenzie's Be Cafe in Grand Haven. (Kenzie's Be Cafe)

GHACF supports 13 organizations with nearly 600K in grants


Feature Story An expanded Safe Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center is expected to be completed in February 2023. (Safe Harbor CAC)

Safe Harbor expansion designed to improve service


Feature Story Kay Walvoord is the CEO of the Holland Symphony Orchestra (Courtesy photo)

Holland Symphony President Kay Walvoord strikes a high note


Feature Story Julie Sizemore, an ECLL instructor, nominated her student Island Hines to receive a quilt from Love Sews Ministry.

Quilt-making ministry gives student a warmer, safer commute


Feature Story Robinson Landing in Grand Haven broke ground in 2022 and now has 16 income-restricted and 14 market-rate homes.

New tools help Housing Next connect communities, developers


Feature Story The Disability Network Lakeshore staff

Disability Network Lakeshore celebrates 30th anniversary


Feature Story An aerial view shows progress Monday on a Lakeshore Habitat for Humanity Blitz Build on the Vista Green project.
Feature Story Harbor Humane Society is expanding its ways of helping people keep their pets with them during a crisis by adding a staff position, a community outreach manager. Here, a staff member poses with one of the cats housed at HHS.

How Harbor Humane Society can help pet owners in crisis


Feature Story In honor of its centennial, MAM is planning a Worship Celebration Service on Dec. 11, led by the congregation’s new pastor, Winfred Burns ll. 

Maple Avenue Ministries celebrates its centennial


Feature Story John Shea (left) and Jay Peters posed for a photo this week after Peters used CPR to save Shea from a "widow maker" heart attack. Peters is active in helping Holland achieve a Heart Safe Community designation.
Feature Story Liz Keegan, director of education and outreach at the Center, and Delores Trese, managing attorney at Legal Aid of Western Michigan, have been spreading the word on how tenants can recognize when they are victims of discrimination, as well as how to

5 things tenants, landlords should know about housing rights


Feature Story A Common Redpoll.

Birding programs have enthusiasts flocking to Ottawa County


Feature Story Gentex Discovery Preschool will be the first of its kind in the area with subsidized preschool for first and second shift parents on the Gentex manufacturing site in Zeeland.

Gentex, ODC partner to bring child care to employees


Feature Story For the last decade, employees from Ameriprise have volunteered with Community Action House to help prepare food for Thanksgiving distribution.