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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
Annual spring weight restrictions going into effect to protect Michigan's roads
February 15, 2018 -- The Michigan Department of Transportation and local agencies are enacting spring weight restrictions, an annual move to protect roads. Effective 6 a.m. Monday, Feb. 19, weight restrictions will be imposed and enforced on all state trunkline highways from the Michigan/Indiana and Michigan/Ohio state lines north to and including M-46 in Muskegon County at the US-31 Business Route intersection in Muskegon, east to US-131, north to M-46, then continuing east on M-46 to Port Sanilac, ending at the M-25 intersection.Victim Statement Bill Introduced In House
A state House Committee has sent to the floor the "Rebekah Bletsch Bill," which would require that convicted criminals be required to listen to the victim impact statements given during sentencing hearings. Representative Holly Hughes of Montague sponsored the legislation after convicted killer Jeffrey Willis asked to go back to his cell rather than listen to the statements in Muskegon earlier this year.150 Muskegon Heights students to see 'Black Panther' thanks to alums
One hundred and fifty Muskegon Heights High School students will watch "Black Panther" at the theater this weekend, courtesy of alumni. Muskegon Heights alumna Linda Vines saw the trailer for Marvel Comics' upcoming movie "Black Panther" about two weeks ago and was inspired by its portrayal of a black hero, along with themes of responsibility, respect, confidence, character and culture, she said.Driver crashes trying to pass vehicle, SUV overturns several times
A 23-year-old Spring Lake woman was injured after police say she lost control over her SUV while trying to pass another vehicle and it overturned several times.Fatal shooting in Muskegon Monday night a homicide, chief says
A 29-year-old Muskegon man was discovered unresponsive with a gunshot wound to the head inside a residence on Valley Street, said a spokesman with the Muskegon Police Department. The man was taken to a local emergency room where he was pronounced dead.Muskegon students raising awareness for people with Down Syndrome
A West Michigan teacher is hoping to raise awareness by getting students involved in a special project meant to create awareness for people with Down Syndrome . Ashley Sherman is a special education teacher at Reeths-Puffer Middle School in Muskegon County, hoping to create awareness for people living with the congenital disorder.Jaws of Life used to free woman pinned in car after crash on Seaway Drive
A two-vehicle crash on Monday afternoon at the corner of Hackley Avenue and Seaway Drive in Muskegon resulted in multiple injuries, at least one of them serious. Both vehicles took extensive front-end damage, leaving one female passenger pinned inside the vehicle.Imagine Muskegon Lake plan maps out future rec, tourism, development
The city of Muskegon has a plan to incorporate port enterprise, tourism activities, development and public access around the south shore of Muskegon Lake. The draft Imagine Muskegon Lake plan is now available for public viewing and comments.Teen leads police on chase after crashing stolen vehicle
A 16-year-old Muskegon teen and two other juveniles crashed stolen vehicle and were caught by police after a chase Sunday. The Ottawa County Sheriff's Office released additional details of the incident, which began at 7:57 a.m. on Feb. 11. Dispatchers received a notification from OnStar that a stolen GMC Denali was headed westbound on I-96 near 88th Avenue.Highpoint Flats apartments downtown Muskegon going fast
Construction on the $7-million project commenced during May 2017, and will finish by May 1, 2018, with move-ins starting June 1. "There's never been a place like this to live in Muskegon," Rooks said. "The city is your living room."A Night to Shine: Special prom held in Muskegon
It was a very special night for some people in Muskegon County Friday night. The Lakes Church in Fruitport hosted 'A Night to Shine' a national prom style event for people with special needs.4 Detroit men charged in deadly shooting of Muskegon man
Four Detroit men have been charged in the fatal shooting of a man in the Muskegon area , 200 miles away. It happened back in December of 2016 in the area of West Norton Avenue and Henry Street near the BP gas station.Bone Ends restaurant opens in Whitehall building off food truck success
Although Bone Ends is already a familiar name in the Muskegon area, founder/executive chef Rusty Morningstar kicked it up a notch with the opening of the restaurant at 604 Colby St. in Whitehall on Monday, Jan. 29. Bone Ends food truck has operated since June 2014, showing up at events throughout Muskegon County and West Michigan, and going as far as Ann Arbor and Charlevoix. For the restaurant, Morningstar took the food truck menu and added to it.Woman who pilfered construction beam with a stroller sent to jail
A 68-year-old woman who hauled off a pilfered downtown construction beam in a stroller has been ordered to jail. Shirley Jean Mack of Muskegon was ordered to serve seven months in the Muskegon County Jail after pleading guilty in December to larceny between $1,000 and $20,000.Muskegon convention center plan moves forward with architect selection
A renowned Grand Rapids-based architectural design firm has been tapped to begin work on a proposed $15 million convention center in the heart of downtown Muskegon. The Muskegon City Commission recently voted to engage Progressive AE to determine the size, location, amenities and costs for the convention center.MI Lottery
Cloudy skies with late-night snow showers. Low 13F. Winds light and variable. Chance of snow 50%.One Injured in Coopersville Crash
According to Ottawa County Sheriff's Sergeant Matt Wildfong, Jonathan Hull was driving his van eastbound on Randall Street around 5:30 PM, and while attempting to pass a slower vehicle ahead of him, pulled into the westbound lanes and into the path of the westbound car of 42-year-old Lisa Fife of Muskegon. She swerved to avoid a head-on collision, but the van struck her vehicle on the rear right fender, and then, according to the Sergeant, "after impact, the van went off of the road, hitting a power pole, a park bench and a wooden bridge.
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