If you’re looking to stay current with all of the latest developments in West Michigan news, there’s a whole slew of invaluable sources on the Internet. From the results of sporting events to predictions about incoming weather, our region is well covered by a host of news sources.
Are you looking to throw an amazing party? Got a graduation coming up and need a suitably glamorous way to honor the grad? Looking to spice up a work gathering with food or entertainment? Well, if any of these situations apply to you, you’re in the right place!
With winter officially in full swing, it’s more important than ever to stay attentive, cautious, and safe when driving. We’re all aware of Michigan’s storied history when it comes to road conditions. In fact, our new governor recently got elected on the issue!
West Michigan winters are not only cold but can also be extremely dry. For some people, this dry air can cause serious problems for their skin. Besides the unattractive look of dry skin, it can be uncomfortable, irritating, or even painful.
It’s officially a new year and, across West Michigan, residents are making their resolutions. With the most common resolutions being things like, “exercise more,” “quit smoking,” “read more,” and “live life to the fullest,” we’ve got a suggestion that might be a little easier.
Now that winter is back, it’s time to start thinking about how to have fun out in the snow. With the consistent cold temperatures in winter we have in Michigan, it’s the perfect time to get out and ice skate.
Well, it’s winter again. Anyone familiar with Michigan winters knows that they’re occasionally brutal, usually long, and always, always cold. If you’ve lived here long enough, though, you stumble on a few secrets… a few tricks that can make life easier.
Brrrr. Winter came early in West Michigan this year! Here in Kalamazoo, many people didn’t even have time to clean up their leaves before snow started falling. This early winter left many people feeling unprepared for the dangerous driving conditions that come with the accumulation of snow.