Judge Pittman to oversee two Muskegon County Courts

Judge Pittman to oversee two Muskegon County Courts

By order of the Michigan Supreme Court, Muskegon Probate Court Judge Gregory C. Pittman has been appointed to serve as Chief Judge of both the Circuit and Probate Courts of Muskegon County.  Judge Pittman’s appointment begins January 1, 2022 and continues through until December 31, 2023.  Judge Pittman has served in the local Probate and […]

Jayhawks Dominate the inaugural MCCAA Dual Meet Championship

Jayhawks Dominate the inaugural MCCAA Dual Meet Championship

Muskegon – The 24th ranked MCC Jayhawks finished 3-0 as a team to win the inaugural MCCAA Dual Meet Championship.  En route to the championship the Jayhawks enjoyed a dominating day, defeating Ancilla College 48-3, St. Clair Shores 45-3, and Mott 46-6. “We are very happy to win this conference dual meet championship.  The team wrestled […]

David Lingholm to Share “Seven Things All Social Media Managers Want You to Know” on Dec. 1 at MCC

David Lingholm to Share “Seven Things All Social Media Managers Want You to Know” on Dec. 1 at MCC

David Lingholm, the social media team lead for Consumer’s Energy, will address “The Myth of the Social Media Guru: Seven Things All Social Media Mangers Want You to Know” on Wednesday, Dec. 1, at Muskegon Community College. The talk, which is free and open to the public, is part of the MCC President’s Speakers Series: […]

Michigan to allow two-year vehicle registration

Michigan to allow two-year vehicle registration

LANSING — Beginning next fall, Michigan drivers can renew their vehicle registration every two years — instead of annually — under a new law signed this week by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. In signing the Republican-sponsored bill, the Democratic governor said the policy change will save drivers a trip to the Secretary of State’s Office or […]

Benton Harbor residents sue city, Michigan over drinking water crisis

Benton Harbor residents sue city, Michigan over drinking water crisis

Benton Harbor residents are suing the city and state of Michigan, alleging that government leaders violated their constitutional rights with their response to the city’s three-years-long water crisis. The lawsuit, filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan, names a host of state and local officials and alleges that the […]

SCORE Muskegon helps Entrepreneurs succeed and thrive

SCORE Muskegon helps Entrepreneurs succeed and thrive

By Victor Skinner The global coronavirus pandemic is forcing SCORE Muskegon to rethink how the business mentorship organization connects with and guides local entrepreneurs, and one thing seems certain: the old way of doing business is going extinct.   Prior to the pandemic, 95 percent of SCORE’s client interactions took place during face-to-face meetings with mentors […]

Tech Center students advance to round two of Governor’s Cyber Challenge

Tech Center students advance to round two of Governor’s Cyber Challenge

MUSKEGON- Two teams from the Internet, Network & Security Technologies program at the Career Tech Center (CTC) in Muskegon placed in the top ten after competing in round one of the Governor’s High School Cyber Challenge (GHSCC). The competition took place over the course of four days, September 28 through October 1, 2021. A total […]

MSU Be-Bop Spartans, Renee Rosnes to perform at Frauenthal October 10

MSU Be-Bop Spartans, Renee Rosnes to perform at Frauenthal October 10

Michigan State University’s Be-Bop Spartans, a 22-member student jazz orchestra, will perform selections from their repertoire of jazz, soul, swing, blues, and gospel in the Frauenthal Center, 425 W. Western, in downtown Muskegon. Joining the MSU performers will be special guest, Renee Rosnes, one of the premier jazz pianists and composers of her generation, along […]

Science says school masks work. Public opinion is another issue in Michigan

Science says school masks work. Public opinion is another issue in Michigan

The science is clear: Masks in schools can prevent the spread of COVID-19, but Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has steadfastly resisted growing calls for a statewide mandate. That’s partly because of several other factors — the uneven spread of the virus among Michigan’s two peninsulas, divided public opinion and the belief that local officials are best positioned to make […]

MCC Lecture Series Welcomes Alzheimer’s Disease Expert on Oct. 13

MCC Lecture Series Welcomes Alzheimer’s Disease Expert on Oct. 13

John D. Disterhoft, Ph.D., one of the nation’s foremost experts in memory and learning, will discuss “Mechanisms of Associative Learning in the Aging Brain” on Wednesday, Oct. 13, as part of the Muskegon Community College Lecture Series. The online lecture, which is free and open to the public, begins at 6:30 p.m. To join the […]

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