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Holland is located in western Michigan on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan on Lake Macatawa. The city was settled by Dutch Americans in the late 1800s, and still carries a Dutch tradition and inspired culture. Holland annually hosts the Tulip Time Festival, celebrating the first festival in 1930 when over 250,000 tulips were planted. Currently, there are over six million tulips found in the city. Notable residents have included actor Taylor Lautner (Twilight), The Verve Pipe's lead singer Brian Vander Ark, musician Sufjan Stevens, and author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz L. Frank Baum.
Local Newspapers: Holland Sentinel Business Update Grand Rapids Press
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions Detroit Pistons Detroit Red Wings Detroit Shock Detroit Tigers
Local Colleges: Hope College Western Theological Seminary Western Michigan Universityâ€”Holland Grand Valley State University Davenport University
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Towns/Cities near holland, michigan : Zeeland Fennville Hudsonville
Holland Energy Park Earns BPW Lakeshore Advantage HonorHOLLAND, MI...
Holland BPW General Manager Dave Koster and Holland BPW Board President Tim Hemingway hold the 2018 Lakeshore Advantage Visionary Award with Lakeshore Advantage President Jennifer Owens , Lakeshore Advantage Board Vice Chairman Jeff Disher and Fifth Third Bank Holland Market Community President Scott Lubbers during the annual Lakeshore Advantage meeting at the Pinnacle Center in Hudsonville, MI on Jan. 19, 2018. - A long-time dream has led to a present-day reality in Holland, and two men behind that effort gained a reward for their efforts.Missing man found dead in Holland
Samuel Rodriguez, 22, was reported missing January 15 in Holland. Police say he was last seen in the area of 15th and Lincoln the night before.Police seeking tips locating missing Holland man
Samuel Rodriguez, 22, was last seen Jan. 14 around 15th Street and Lincoln Avenue in Holland. He was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt or jacket with blue jeans, black shoes and a burgundy winter hat with the phrase "Killin' It" on it.Search for missing Holland man continues
Samuel Rodriguez, 22, was last seen the night of Jan. 14 in the area of 15th Street and Lincoln Avenue. His family said at the time he went missing he was not dressed for the winter weather.Why Trendway is asking employees to volunteer 50 hours
While there will be opportunities take part in company volunteer outings, the majority of those volunteer hours are expected to be logged during workers' personal time. Asking workers to donate what amounts to more than a work week of their time might be an issue at some companies, but apparently not at the employee-owned manufacturer.Alfredo Hernandez Joins Michigan Department of Civil Rights as it's First Racial Equity Officer
Alfredo Hernandez has been named Racial Equity Officer with the Michigan Department of Civil Rights and will begin his duties today, January 16, 2018. "The Department of Civil Rights looks forward to leveraging Alfredo's experience in working on racial equity issues across the state.Dream Trip Giveaway: Holland, Michigan
Tour the 260-year-old De Zwaan windmill , imported from the Netherlands more than 50 years ago. In spring, watch Holland burst into bloom as more than 4 million tulips fill parks, gardens and the curbs of designated streets with stunning swaths of color.Sentencing for Admitted Murderer Delayed Again
The second postponement of Ottawa County Circuit Court Judge Karen Miedema's decision was yesterday in the case of Darveaille Blakeney. The Holland man pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and felony firearm charges stemming from an October, 2016 incident in an apartment unit on Holland's North Side in which he shot and killed 41-year-old Joseph Jordan, who was the boyfriend of Blakeney's mother at the time.Funeral Today for Bicyclist Killed in Traffic
The funeral for a 20-year-old Holland area cyclist killed after being struck by a vehicle last week is today. Family and friends of Johnathan Herlein will meet in New Richmond Baptist Church for an 11 AM service.Holland says deputy clerk lied about interaction with mayor's husband
Holland's deputy city clerk resigned after city officials disputed her allegation that the mayor's husband grabbed her arm in November. An inquiry by the city's human resources director concluded Deputy City Clerk Anna Perales had lied and called it a "betrayal" of the city's trust.The Step-By-Step Guide to Curing a Vaginal Yeast Infection
Yeast infections are so common- 75 percent of women will experience at least one in her lifetime-that you might tend to get a little know-it-all when it comes to your lady parts. Sure, some yeast infection symptoms are pretty obvious , but they don't necessarily mean you should head straight for the obvious yeast infection treatment .Winter Advisory Extended for Allegan, Van Buren CountiesGRAND ...
The National Weather Service office in Grand Rapids has extended a Winter Weather Advisory in Allegan and Van Buren counties another 12 hours to 7 AM on Tuesday, as up to 3 inches are expected throughout the region today, and another 2 to 4 inches for those south of 32nd Street in Holland this evening. The advisory remains in effect through 7 PM tonight for Holland and parts north, as well as from Lansing and Jackson west into Kalamazoo.Contentious Ottawa County marina overhaul set to begin in 2018
A Lake Macatawa marina situated on property with a complicated history dating back to the 1800s is slated for redevelopment in the fall of 2018. Ottawa County Parks and Recreation expects to spend nearly $2.5 million to downsize a commercial marina and expand a small park along the lake's north shore."Coffee with Council" Set for Saturday in HollandHOLLAND, MI...
The second of two opportunities for those who live, work or have some interest in the city of Holland to express their views to elected leaders is on Saturday. Mayor Nancy DeBoer will be among a number of civic leaders on hand at Cento Anni's Warehouse 6 off of East 6th Street for another "Coffee with Council" session.Michigan Trucking Companies Struggle to Find Drivers
In a day and age where nearly every product customers purchase is transported by a semi-truck, trucking companies are struggling to find qualified drivers to fill open positions. The trucking industry makes up one of the nation's largest workforces, employing more than 3.5 million drivers and despite the workforce numbers, estimates say the industry is currently short 50,000 drivers.Tour to Holland's Sister City in Mexico Announced
The fifth cultural tour of Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico, hosted by Holland's International Relations Commission, is slated for April 14th through the 21st. Organizers say that it will include excursions to a number of attractions in and around the city.Bicyclist killed in Holland crash, road closed
Police were dispatched shortly before 5 a.m. to a report of a crash on S. Waverly Road, north of 32nd Street, according to an Ottawa County dispatcher. A dispatcher confirmed that a bicyclist was killed, but was unsure what type of vehicle was involved.
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