The Lakeshore

Feature Story Renderings for the Eastowne Centre project in Norton Shores.

Norton Shores works to increase housing options


Feature Story Raul Garcia, Homeowner Services Coach with Brittany Rabideau, a future Haven Townhome homeowner.
Feature Story The HCAC is offering swimming lesson scholarships.
Feature Story Sandy Parker
Feature Story The 2022 Ottawa County DEI Forum was held on Oct. 28. (Nathan Bocks)

Highlights from the 2022 Ottawa County Diversity Forum


Feature Story Wings-Over-Muskegon
Feature Story A Hope College Spanish class is partnering with LAUP on a youth mentorship project. (LAUP)

Latino Hope College students partner with LAUP to mentor youth


Feature Story Adalus Low-Manzini
Feature Story Women of Color Give founders Robyn Afrik, Lucia Rios and Yah-Hanna Jenkins Leys speak during the Power Reimagined event on Oct. 6. (Shandra Martinez)

Women of Color Give announces top 5 nominees for $56k in grants


Feature Story Grand Rapids Community College opened its Lakeshore Campus a little more than a year ago. Now, about 1,000 students are enrolled in classes there.

GRCC partners with Haworth, others for flexible new campus


Feature Story Future residents of the Vista Green neighborhood.
Feature Story Windmill Island Gardens is extending its 2021 season.

Windmill Island Gardens celebrates another record year


Feature Story Lisa Stefanovsky, Ottawa County Public Health community health supervisor

Retiring health department leader considered ‘one of the best’


Feature Story The Lakeshore Nonprofit Alliance’s “Nonprofit Community Assessment” launched in 2019 to help measure the overall health of the local nonprofit community. The 2022 report was released at an event at Midtown Center in Holland earlier this month.

Nonprofit survey reveals burnout, DEI struggles and triumphs


Feature Story A student receives a COVID-19 vaccination at GRCC.

New vaccine rolls out: Where can you find yours?


Feature Story The Bebot drone will pick up trash from Muskegon beaches as part of a project funded by a $1 million Meijer grant.

Drones set to join Lake Michigan beach cleanup crews