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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
Family remembers Becky Bletsch as Jeffrey Willis murder trial begins

More than three years after Rebekah Bletsch died, her family waits with trepidation, sorrow and anger for a jury to be chosen to decide the fate of her accused murderer, Jeffrey Willis. Some of Bletsch's family members have been in the Muskegon courtroom the last two days to watch the painstakingly slow process of interviewing prospective jurors.

What voters should know about the Muskegon Township road millage

Road repairs will be Muskegon Township's No. 1 priority if officials can convince voters to approve a new tax of 1.5 mills when they head to the polls on Nov. 7. Supervisor Dave Kieft and the Muskegon County Road Commission have a plan to the fix the township's crumbling roads, but it won't be cheap.

Jeffrey Willis on trial: Jury selection marks start of Rebekah Bletsch murder trial

Jury selection is starting in the trial of a western Michigan man who is charged with killing a jogger, one of two homicides pinned on him in the Muskegon area. Jeffrey Willis is accused of shooting Rebekah Bletsch in 2014 in Muskegon County's Dalton Township.

Affordable apartments open at former Muskegon Heights elementary school

Now, it will serve a different but no less noble purpose: the building reopens this month as supportive housing for the homeless and affordable housing for people living below 60 percent of the area's median income. Grand Rapids-based nonprofit Dwelling Place purchased the school in 2016.

Morat's Bakery to open Muskegon store after downtown chalet success

The full-service family bakery will open a brick-and-mortar location at 820 Terrace St. downtown Muskegon yet this year. Formerly the home of Westshore Law Offices and M3 Investments, there will be a demolition and buildout process prior to opening, said co-owner Dan Castle, who is part of the third generation of Morat bakers with his wife Carollee Morat-Castle.

Up to 3" of rain, 45 mph wind gusts possible with current storm

Total rainfall forecast from a computer model that is good in this time period. Notice the heaviest rain location and the missing of rain in far southeast Lower.( A large storm will move across Michigan today, tonight and Sunday.

Passenger killed in 3-car crash near Wolf Lake

The crash happened around 2:30 p.m. at the intersection of Hall and Hilton Park Roads in Egelston Township, east of Muskegon. MSP says the driver of a southbound Chrysler 300 stopped at the sign at Hall.

Hoodie-wearing teen sentenced to prison for 2 armed robberies

A teen who robbed two convenience stores over the summer and allegedly pointed his weapon at the sheriff deputy who caught him in a stakeout has been sentenced to prison. Ian Evan Rodriquez, 18, of North Muskegon pleaded guilty to two counts of armed robbery for the heists on July 29 at the Speedway in Ravenna and on July 10 at the J & H gas station in Twin Lake.

Jury selection for murder trial of Rebekah Bletsch on for next week

With one week before jury selection begins for the murder trial of Muskegon mother Rebekah Bletsch, a judge denied the defense's motion that aimed to throw out some evidence police found at the accused killer's home. Bletsch, 36, was shot and murdered while jogging near her home in Muskegon County in June 2014.

Muskegon mulls medical marijuana ordinance allowing dispensaries

Medical marijuana advocates and patients may soon find safe harbor in Muskegon as city commissioners mull over an ordinance allowing growers and dispensaries to operate in a special district off Seaway Drive. The proposed ordinance would allow growers, processors, safety compliance facilities, secure transport for suppliers and dispensaries, labeled legally as "provisioning centers," in the district, provided operators get necessary permits.

Developers building new Pere Marquette hotel have strong Muskegon ties

A new seven-unit hotel to be built at the former Harbour Towne Yacht Club is a go after Muskegon's City Commission gave the development their blessing. The developers, Donelle and Kurt Johnson of Scottsdale, Ariz., have strong Muskegon ties: Donelle grew up on the outskirts of the city and graduated form Fruitport High School.

Large pool of jurors in Willis Trial Wednesday, October 4

The accused serial killer is charged with the 2014 murder of Rebekah Bletsch in 2014. Willis who is being charged seperately for the Bletsch murder, is also charged with the 2013 murder and kidnapping of Jessica Herringa and the attempted kidnapping of a Muskegon teenager in 2016.

a Shattering the Myths:a Officials host talk on drug addiction in Muskegon County

Leaders in Muskegon are looking to 'shatter myths' when it comes to substance abuse, alerting parents and students to the danger of drugs at a community event hosted at Muskegon Community College. Tuesday's event was led by Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J. Hilson and two recovering addicts, Kayleigh Mckenna and Daniel Nelson.

Great Lakes Fresh Market to unveil upgraded former Plumb's store

A grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 5. The store, 1680 Apple Ave. in Muskegon, will open for the day after the ceremony. "Renovations are complete and we are excited to reveal the newly updated store to the community," said Dan Gentz, president of Great Lakes Fresh Market, in a statement.

Great Lakes water temperatures on a rollercoaster ride

Water temperature difference between Sept. 25, 2017 and Sept. 25, 2016. Most of Great Lakes are warmer on Sept.

'Monster' receives his sentence for murdering unlucky stranger in alley

A grieving mother wept as she delivered to her son's killer what a prosecutor called one of the "most powerful" victim statements he had ever heard three long years after the fatal shooting in a Muskegon alley. The long, convoluted path to justice finally came to an end with the sentencing of Bobby Derrick Gamble to 28 years to 60 years for second-degree murder.

Former Plumbs store in Whitehall Twp. to close this month

The Great Lakes Fresh Market store in Whitehall Township will close permanently at the end of business on Saturday, Oct. 14. The store "is not meeting the goals of the company's growth plans" and "continued weak performance resulted in the closure decision," according to a news release. Great Lakes Fresh Market obtained the grocery store at 3271 E. Colby along with two other then-Plumbs stores in the Muskegon area during February.

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