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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.
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
Western Michigan man killed in crash with car fleeing police
Emergency personnel work at the scene of a fatal accident near the intersection of Broadway Avenue and Huizenga Street in Norton Shores, Mich. on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017.Girl who killed baby at daycare heard demon's voice, court file says
An 8-year-old girl who killed a toddler at a Muskegon daycare home earlier this year suffers from "serious mental health" issues that include hearing the voice of a demon, according to court documents. The girl, who was also being cared for at the daycare home, killed 14-month-old Korey Landon Brown on April 14, says a petition filed July 11 in Muskegon County Family Court by the Department of Health and Human Services.Kalamazoo commissioners denounce racial hatred in Michigan
During an Aug. 16 meeting of the Board of Commissioners, Democrats on the board took time to discuss the recent incidents and weekend violence in Charlottesville, Va. In an emotional response to white supremacists who have military backgrounds, Commissioner Mike Seals delivered his remarks on the verge of tears.Betten Baker expands northward with 13th car dealership
In January, the Muskegon-based company announced the acquisition of its seventh dealership with the addition of Betten Baker Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram and Betten Baker GMC at 930 and 749 W. Main St. in Lowell. Betten Baker will take over Great Lakes Ford of Ludington shortly after Labor Day.Area Congressmen release statements on Charlottesville violence Wednesday, August 16
Republican leaders are criticizing President Trump for saying both sides were responsible for the attack at a white-supremacist rally. "Today, President Trump had the opportunity to clearly refute the ideology spread by groups such as the KKK and White Supremacists and failed to do so.Muskegon students restoring vacant home to sell
Scanning a freshly dry-walled room, Muskegon High School Seniors Jamea Fox and Andrea Reyna explained how they created the ceiling design. "I can't wait to see the finished product," said Reyna.Murder charge filed in Muskegon related to mutilation of body
Open murder and armed robbery charges have been filed against a man already accused of mutilating the homicide victim's body. Anthony Shawn Blamer Jr., 29, of Fremont robbed and then killed D'Anthony Keenan, 24, of Muskegon, according to a warrant issued by the Muskegon County Prosecutor's Office Wednesday afternoon.Father of teen who killed his other son sent to prison for injuring officer
His namesake son recently shot his other teenage son to death and now Dareese Daven Hewlett is in prison for up to 25 years for injuring a police officer and several other offenses. Dareese Davon Hewlett Sr., 34, of Muskegon is the father of Dareese Davon Hewlett Jr., who pleaded guilty July 10 to accidentally shooting to death his brother, Davion Hewlett, while the teens sat with another teen in a vehicle.Guide to Michigan Maritime Celebration Water Week 2017 in Muskegon
The fifth annual Michigan Maritime Celebration Water Week takes place along the shores of Lake Michigan in Muskegon from Aug. 14-20. While there aren't formal events every day throughout the week, Michigan Maritime Celebration Water Week has a list of suggestions to help visitors and residents experience Muskegon's water offerings and more.N-word graffiti discovered on Muskegon High School statue
City workers were at Muskegon High School Tuesday afternoon cleaning off a racial slur written on a statue on the school's grounds. Workers spent most of the afternoon using a powerful cleaner to wash off the Charles Hackley statue in between the football stadium and the band field at the high school.Mayor: a This type of behavior is not welcome in Muskegona
The Mayor of Muskegon says "a member of our community made a very ignorant error in judgement" this weekend by hanging a noose on a school playground. The noose was found on the playground of Glenside School on Hackley Avenue Sunday by a school employee.The Deck in Muskegon among 'Best beach bars in America,' Thrillist says
That's the word from Thrillist, a digital publication focused on food, drink and travel, which included The Deck, 1601 Beach St., in Muskegon on its list published on Friday, Aug. 11. The list is mostly comprised of bars located in places with more tropical climates such as Hawaii, California and Florida, but littered among the warm-weather hot spots is the seasonal, beachside bar on Lake Michigan. "Muskegon's The Deck, sits right on the beautiful Pere Marquette Park beach, where the smoke that instills its house-made BBQ with flavor wafts over to the waters of Lake Michigan, beer is paired with live music, and the sunsets serve as their own show," Thrillist reporter Andy Kryza writes.Noose found at Muskegon school by teacher denounced by superintendent
The superintendent of a school where a noose was discovered over the weekend said it's a symbol that "will not be tolerated." A Head Start teacher discovered the noose on the playground of Glenside School Sunday morning, Muskegon Public School Superintendent Justin Jennings wrote in a letter to district parents and staff.Police investigate report of noose found on Muskegon school playground
A Facebook post shows the noose hanging from a red swing set and indicates the photo was taken at Glenside School in Muskegon. Glenside is an early childhood center.West Michigan group aims to reduce food waste
The group has received a seed grant from the Michigan Local Food Council Network to promote food recovery among local businesses and institutions through the creation of a new multidisciplinary council of food waste stakeholders. The Western Michigan Food Recovery Council will serve commercial and industrial markets in West and Southwest Michigan, principally Kent, Ottawa, Muskegon, Kalamazoo, Allegan and Berrien counties.The story of Edward Curtis is quite interesting
I first read Timothy Egan in 2006 when his book, "The Worst Hard Time," was published.Large fish are biting across Michigan including this 40-pound salmon
How big are we talking? A 41.48-pound salmon was caught on Lake Michigan on a charter boat fishing out of Muskegon. That's a very big king salmon.
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