Michigan StateMorning Sun

Three-day numbers show Michigan coronavirus cases rising

Three-day numbers show Michigan coronavirus cases rising, suggesting the delta variant of the virus may be spreading among the unvaccinated. The state health department announced 1,295 new cases of the virus statewide Friday, for an average of 431 cases a day for the past three days along with 21 new deaths, of which seven were found through a regular state review of vital records.
Rockford, MIWOOD

Backyard danger: Lyme disease case helps catch 2 more in Rockford

ROCKFORD, Mich. (WOOD) — Parents in a Rockford neighborhood were surprised to learn that three children were recently diagnosed with Lyme disease. These parents wanted to share their story to get Lyme on the radar of other parents and pediatricians in the area, and because the parents of the first child diagnosed shared their story, the other two were able to ask doctors the right questions.
Holland, MIHolland Sentinel

How the high-end home market in Holland is coping with COVID

HOLLAND — The local housing market has seen big changes over the past 16 months — and that includes some of the most expensive homes in Holland. "Luxury homes are moving more quickly than in years past," said Briana Beyer of Coldwell Banker Woodland Schmidt in Holland. "Some of that is because we're seeing more buyers coming from the east side and out of state — particularly from big cities like Chicago."
Kentwood, MIWOOD

Local businesses celebrate self-care day, support mental health

KENTWOOD, Mich. (WOOD) — Today is international self-care day, a day dedicated to the importance of personal wellness. If you’re looking for unique ways to take care of yourself, Body Sculpt Better Body Bar in Kentwood is offering ways to do so, all while supporting the Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan.
Grand Haven, MIPosted by
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Get Vaxxed at Coast Guard Festival, You Could Win Beer

Need to get vaccinated? Free COVID-19 vaccines are going to be offered at The Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival this year -- and you could score $25 to a local brewery. According to the City of Grand Haven, the Ottawa County Department of Public Health will be administering vaccines at open clinics in the Courthouse Parking lot on the corner of Washington and 4th Street during the following times: