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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
Report: Coal's tipping point near

This April 12, 2016 file photo shows the coal-fired B.C. Cobb Plant generating station in Muskegon, Mich., which closed April 15, 2016.

Muskegon Co. man missing for more than 3 months

Authorities are once again seeking the public's help in finding a Muskegon County man who has been missing for months. Justin Lee Holt, 35, has not been seen since Jan. 3 in the area of Bayne and Maple Island roads in Muskegon County.

Muskegon Community College to auction off vans, computers, welders, more

Items will include Chevrolet 2500 and Chevrolet 3500 passenger vans, a Liebert Deluxe System 3 precision cooling system, Apple computers, a Betenbender 41/2 shear, Clark and Allis-Chalmers forklifts, a York CP 125 air handler, welders, welding stations and tables, stock metal, racking, work benches, lighting, electronics supplies, electric motors, vintage electronics, vintage spotlights, theatre seating and lighting, tool storage, parts bins, commercial restaurant equipment, desks and seating, shop and maintenance equipment and more.

Hope baseball drops finale in Florida

Shortstop Jordon Fairchild of Muskegon, Michigan and centerfielder Evan Maday each collected two hits for the Hope College baseball team in an 11-1 loss to Wisconsin-Whitewater on Wednesday in Auburndale, Florida.

Report: Coal's tipping point near, but climate goals are not

This April 12, 2016 file photo shows the coal-fired B.C. Cobb Plant generating station in Muskegon, Mich., which closed April 15, 2016. The global fleet of coal-fired power plants is projected to begin shrinking by 2022 as plant retirements outpace new construction, according to a new report that warns the heavily-polluting fuel's decline may not come quickly enough to meet international emission reduction goals.

Round 3: Muskegon, MI vs. Annapolis, MD

Welcome to the third round of our annual Strongest Town Competition ! 4 towns are facing off right now and 2 will advance to the championship based on your votes. We invite you to listen to the podcast interviews that representatives from these two towns conducted with Strong Towns staff to discuss their economic strength and resilience.

Man shot in city of Muskegon, police seek public's help

A shooting in the city of Muskegon Tuesday night that seriously injured a man has police asking the public for tips. The shooting occurred around 11:30 p.m. March 20 in the 500 block of Grand Avenue, according to a news release from the Muskegon Police Department.

Company proceeding with Nims School overhaul expects to open this year

A patient monitoring and telemedicine company moving into the old Nims Elementary School is hoping to change its original plans to include up to 93 additional parking spaces, which would require the demolition of the school's former gymnasium. The request made by AvaSure, a Grand Rapids-area patient monitoring company, aims to amend its agreement with the city and clarify their plans, said Muskegon City Planner Mike Franzak.

Major cleanup of Zephyr oil toxic hotspot on Muskegon Lake imminent

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality are hoping to complete a significant portion of the clean-up project at the former Zephyr Oil Refinery this year, officials said during a public meeting in Muskegon Township Thursday. The remediation effort aims to remove 44,000 cubic yards of contaminated soil and sediments from the site and surrounding wetlands starting this spring until December of this year, said Sara Pearson, unit supervisor for the DEQ's remediation and redevelopment division.

6 ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in the Muskegon area

There will be no shortage of ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and Irish heritage in Muskegon on Saturday, March 17. Between 1820-1930, nearly 4.5 million Irish immigrants arrived in United States. Today, more than 34.7 million Americans claim Irish ancestry -more than seven times the population of Ireland, according to the History Channel.

Hope men's lacrosse sweeps MIAA Player of Week awards

Hope College's Nick Schanhals and Rocco Mularoni have been selected Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week for games played March 5-11. Schanhals, a goalie from North Muskegon, Michigan , claimed the defensive honor, while Mularoni, an attacker from Hartland, Michigan , earned the offensive award.

Double shooting suspect's trial delayed for sanity evaluations

The man accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend and her companion in a convenience store parking lot with three young children in his car will be evaluated for criminal responsibility and competency. Render has been in jail since Nov. 16, 2017, following his capture in Grand Rapids and arrest two days after the shootings at the Sunny Mart on Apple Avenue in Muskegon.

100-year-old theater to reopen fall 2018 after $3.6M upgrade

An expanded lobby and fewer floods will be some of the most noticeable results of $3.6 million in renovations at the historic Howmet Playhouse. Project plans include a 5,000-square-foot addition that will expand the lobby.

Bargain retailer to open in Muskegon's former Target store

The store will occupy more than 30,000 square feet of the 95,000-square-foot building that will also house Planet 3 Extreme Air Park and a third retailer. Ollie's will open this spring and employ 40-50 associates, said Jerry Altland, Ollie's vice president of real estate.

Trampoline park to open in Muskegon during spring 2018

A portion of a long-empty former Target store on Sherman Boulevard in Muskegon will soon be home to a trampoline park. We are now looking at mid-late May 2018," said Moananui Haretuku, operations manager.

Michigan mother arrested for putting disabled daughter in truck

Michigan mother, 27, is arrested for 'leaving her eight-year-old daughter with cerebral palsy in the back of a stranger's truck' after they drove away with the girl in the back and only stopped when they heard her crying Asia Beach, 27, was charged with second degree child abuse for leaving her disabled daughter in the truck on February 25 A 27-year-old Michigan mother has been arrested for child abuse for allegedly leaving her young disabled daughter in the bed of a stranger's truck then leaving her there to be driven off. Asia Beach was arrested after leaving her eight-year-old daughter in the back of the truck on February 25 in Muskegon, Michigan.

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