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 agencies, independent reporters, and discussion boards. But, how do you know which of these sources are useful? With the volume of information available on the Internet, how do you separate the good from the bad? In today’s post, we’re going to look at a few sources that are time tested, trustworthy, and consistent.
WOOD TV is — in a lot of ways — the modern fireplace in the homes of West Michiganders. A source for local news, weather, and sports, it’s become a trusted companion and is a go-to channel when you need to know what’s going on. From the results of local elections and the impact of new ballot measures to traffic conditions and water advisories, you can always count on WOOD TV to deliver timely, relevant news.
When you want to discuss Michigan and all its glories (and follies) with other Michiganders, Reddit’s /r/Michigan forum — called a “subreddit” — is a great community. From local recipes to hot tips about upcoming weekend activities, the community is welcoming, friendly, and uniquely knowledgeable.
If you’re not from Michigan but are planning to visit, you likely already know about TripAdvisor. As a way to rank, review, and identify worthwhile destinations, TripAdvisor is unparalleled. You can input the area you plan to visit, read reviews of restaurants, hotels, and other locations, and use that information to make sound decisions about your trip.
When you need the latest, most relevant West Michigan news, we hope you’ll stay tuned to WestMichigan.com!