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Muskegon has Lake Michigan to the west and Muskegon Lake to the north. The Muskegon River empties into Muskegon Lake at the city's northeast end.Euro-American settlement of Muskegon began in earnest in 1837, which coincided with the beginning of the exploitation of the area's extensive timber resources. The commencement of the lumber industry in 1837 inaugurated what some regard as the most romantic era in the history of the region.

Population: 40105
Local Newspapers: Muskegon Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Muskegon Lumberjacks (International Hockey League) West Michigan Blizzard (All American Hockey League)
Local Colleges: Muskegon Community College Baker College

Zip Codes associated with muskegon, michigan: 49441 49442 49444 49445
Towns/Cities near muskegon, michigan : Whitehall Montague Twin Lake Norton Shores Grand Haven Wolf Lake Coopersville

Muskegon News
Penn State Football: Reed Opens Recruitment Again

Antwan Reed, a four-star offensive tackle from Muskegon, Michigan, has decommitted from Penn State. The 6'5, 326-pound lineman originally committed to James Franklin's squad back in April during the Blue-White Weekend.

Investigators search for witness in fatal hit and run in Muskegon

The Muskegon County Sheriff is asking for help in finding a witness to a fatal hit and run crash last month. Betty Jean Wolovek, 82, was a pedestrian and was killed in the crash in the parking lot of the E&A Grocery store at 5586 E. Apple Avenue on November 23rd.

Penn State loses a Class of 2018 pledge as 4-star OT Antwan Reed decommits

Penn State offensive line coach Matt Limegrover talks to center Connor McGovern and offensive lineman Brendan Mahonduring the first quarter at Beaver Stadium on Nov. 11, 2017. Joe Hermitt Penn State is now has just 20 members in its recruiting Class of 2018, as Muskegon, Mich., four-star offensive lineman Antwan Reed has backed away from his verbal commitment.

Fantasy gaming store with free space to play opens in Midtown Muskegon

The Griffin's Rest is offering an entertainment option in the resurging Midtown Muskegon that the owner hopes will help keep teens out of trouble. Co-owner and Kiel Reid said he did some things as a teen that he feels bad about now, and hopes to give today's youth another option.

Union protests use of out-of-state workers in B.C. Cobb decommission

About 30 union workers with Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council West Michigan chapter were outside B.C. Cobb on the first day of the protest, Wednesday, Dec. 6. "We're out here supporting local workers," said Bill Kenney, president of the West Michigan chapter and member of Millwrights Local 1102. "This facility was built by local workers.

Hunter safety instructor ordered to trial on lesser charge

A judge has ordered a 62-year-old hunter safety instructor to stand trial on a lesser charge in the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old boy who was squirrel hunting in western Michigan. Roger Hoeker of Jenison was charged with involuntary manslaughter, but 78th District Court Judge H. Kevin Drake this week sent the case to circuit court on a charge of reckless discharge of a firearm.

Murder Trial in Parking Lot Slaying to Begin TodayGRAND HAVEN, MI...

Aaron Joshua-John Young is accused of gunning down 22-year-old Anthony Lamb of Muskegon in the parking lot of the Holland Hookah Lounge on Holland's North Side nearly 15 months ago during an apparent dispute between two groups. The suspect was captured a year ago in the Memphis area .

One injured, three displaced in Muskegon Heights apartment fire

One man was injured and three were displaced as the result of an apartment building fire in Muskegon Heights Sunday night. The fire in the 3100 block of Sanford Street was called in by upstairs tenants, said Muskegon Heights Fire Chief Christopher Dean.

'America's Tallest' Singing Christmas Tree ready for sold-out crowds

More than 300 Mona Shores High School students will perform for more than 5,000 people this weekend during four sold out showings of the famous Singing Christmas Tree. Boasting the title of "America's Tallest Singing Christmas Tree," the metal structure that's manually built on the Frauenthal Center stage stands 67 feet tall .

Father accused of murdering daughter competent to stand trial

A father accused of murder in the drowning death of his young daughter has been found competent to stand trial. Justin Douglas Smutz, 34, is charged with open murder and second-degree child abuse in connection to the May 25, 2016, bathtub drowning of his 14-month old daughter, Adalynn, at Smutz's Muskegon home.

Man pleads a no contesta to being accessory in Jessica Heeringa murder case

Kevin Bluhm evokes his Fifth Amendment right during Jeffrey Willis' murder trial at Muskegon County circuit court inside the Hall of Justice in downtown Muskegon, Mich., on Friday, Oct. 27, 2017. Willis is charged with open murder in the shooting death of Bletsch, 36, on June 29, 2014, alongside a rural Muskegon County road.

Look back: Thanksgiving foundry-ladle murders of two young boys

It will go down in history as one of the Muskegon area's most tragic cases: the Thanksgiving Day foundry-ladle deaths of two young boys at the hands of their mentally ill father. It happened 30 years ago today, on Nov. 26, 1987, at a Norton Shores foundry.

New owner begins asbestos removal at B.C. Cobb in Muskegon

The B.C. Cobb power plant property changed hands in October and work to bring the structure down is getting started. While not visible to the passerby, Forsite Development is working diligently to bring down the power plant and smoke stack at the 115-acre B.C. Cobb property at the east end of Muskegon Lake.

Woman dies after being hit by car in Wolf Lake

An 82-year-old pedestrian was struck by a car and killed in the community of Wolf Lake on Thanksgiving morning. The crash happened at 10:20 a.m. Thursday near E&A Grocery on E. Apple Avenue near S. Wolf Lake Road in Egelston Township, east of Muskegon.

Gov. Rick Snyder makes appointment to Truck Safety Commission

LANSING, Mich. Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the appointment of Michelle Taylor of Muskegon to the Michigan Truck Safety Commission.

Police searching for runaway teen

Shaw, who is from the Muskegon area, was supposed to arrive at a relative's house on Fulton Street in Grand Haven but never reached the destination. After investigating, police believe Shaw is a runaway.

10 challenges to developing Muskegon's core downtown

Construction crews work on the foundation for the six-story mixed-use building at 351 W. Western. West Western Avenue between Second and Third streets on Nov. 10, 2017.

DNR to auction surplus public land starting Dec. 12

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced it will offer surplus public land for sale by sealed-bid auction between Dec. 12, 2017, and Jan. 10, 2018. The auction will feature 80 parcels located in counties mainly in central/northern Lower Michigan and in the Upper Peninsula, including Alpena, Arenac, Barry, Bay, Cheboygan, Dickinson, Gladwin, Iron, Kalkaska, Lake, Menominee, Midland, Montmorency, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oakland, Osceola, Oscoda and Roscommon counties.

Dangerous smoke stack coming down at Muskegon High School

Work began in September to remove the nearly 100-year-old smoke stack that was the vent for a boiler in the school's heating plant, said Muskegon Public Schools Facilities/Transportation Supervisor John Snyder. "When the project initially started, a hole was opened up at the base and a black substance came rushing out," Snyder said.

Man arrested after 3-car crash near Muskegon

The three-car crash happened around 11:10 P.M. on Black Creek Road south of Broadway Avenue in Fruitport Township. The Fruitport Township Police Department says though three people were hospitalized, only one of them sustained serious injuries.

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