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About: holland, michigan

Holland is located in western Michigan on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan on Lake Macatawa. The city was settled by Dutch Americans in the late 1800s, and still carries a Dutch tradition and inspired culture. Holland annually hosts the Tulip Time Festival, celebrating the first festival in 1930 when over 250,000 tulips were planted. Currently, there are over six million tulips found in the city. Notable residents have included actor Taylor Lautner (Twilight), The Verve Pipe's lead singer Brian Vander Ark, musician Sufjan Stevens, and author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz L. Frank Baum.

Population: 35048
Local Newspapers: Holland Sentinel Business Update Grand Rapids Press
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions Detroit Pistons Detroit Red Wings Detroit Shock Detroit Tigers
Local Colleges: Hope College Western Theological Seminary Western Michigan University—Holland Grand Valley State University Davenport University

Zip Codes associated with holland, michigan: 49423 49424
Towns/Cities near holland, michigan : Zeeland Fennville Hudsonville

Holland News
Go Fund Me page for toddler in critical condition from crash

A toddler remains in critical condition after being airlifted to Devos Children's Hospital after a four-car pile-up on Tuesday. The crash sent four people to the hospital after 21-year-old Francisco Ramirez-Pablo was approaching the stopped cars on 136th Avenue in Holland and failed to slow down, struck the back of a vehicle and causing a chain reaction of damage to the other vehicles in the line.

Harbor Humane Rocks out for AnimalsHarbor Humane Society is rocking...

Harbor Humane Society is rocking out for the sake of animals on Friday night during their 3rd annual Ales for Tails fundraiser. Ales for Tails will feature local bands, craft beers and food trucks at Yacht Basin Marina in Holland.

Two Separate Car Crashes on Beeline Rd, One Involving a Sheriff...

Two accidents that occurred at roughly the same time near the intersection of Beeline Rd. and Lakewood Blvd. sent three people to the hospital, including a bicyclist and an Ottawa County Sheriff Deputy. According to Sgt.

A.G. orders fitness chain to cease and desist

The Attorney General has slapped a cease and desist order on a chain of west Michigan based gyms which they claim have been intimidating former clients into making payments, if they quit before their memberships expire. Family Fitness, which has outlets in Portage, Plainwell, Holland and 11 other locations in Michigan is guilty of what Bill Schuette calls an "unlawful practice", using threats of enormous penalties as a way of keeping customers locked into membership agreements.

Maranda Park Party preview: Kollen Park, Holland

HOLLAND, Mich. Maranda Park Parties are coming to six West Michigan communities this summer, providing an afternoon of free fun for families! Maranda Park Party comes to Kollen Park in Holland on Thursday, July 20th.

Four Car Pile-Up Injures 3 Adults, 1 ToddlerHOLLAND, MI (WHTC) - A...

A four car pile-up near the Speedway on 136th Ave in Holland sent four people to the hospital, including a toddler. According to Brent Converse of the Ottawa County Sherriff Department, three cars were stopped at a red traffic light on southbound 136th Ave and River Ave. 21-year-old Francisco Ramirez was approaching the stopped cars, failed to slow down, and struck the back of a vehicle, causing a chain reaction of damage to the other vehicles in the line.

Preferred Employment clients overcome barriers in renovating office

Samuel Tullos concentrated as he carefully rolled pale green paint onto a wall at the new Preferred Employment and Living Supports office in Muskegon last week. Painting was one of the last tasks for four Preferred clients who learned construction skills by helping to renovate Preferred's new office at 1205 Peck St. in Muskegon.

Preferred Employment clients overcome barriers in renovating office

Samuel Tullos concentrated as he carefully rolled pale green paint onto a wall at the new Preferred Employment and Living Supports office in Muskegon last week. Painting was one of the last tasks for four Preferred clients who learned construction skills by helping to renovate Preferred's new office at 1205 Peck St. in Muskegon.

International judges in Coquitlam for Communities in Bloom

Ottawa's Bob Lewis and Bob Ivison of Hoddesdon, England, started their busy tour this morning with a ride on the Evergreen Extension. Communities in Bloom judges Bob Lewis and Bob Ivison learned about bear territory during a tour of Coquitlam this week.

Coquitlam rolls out the welcome mat for int'l judges

Ottawa's Bob Lewis and Bob Ivison of Hoddesdon, England, started their busy tour this morning with a ride on the Evergreen Extension. Communities in Bloom judges Bob Lewis and Bob Ivison learned about bear territory during a tour of Coquitlam this week.

Help Ottawa Co. seniors, food pantries while you shop the Farmers Market

HOLLAND, Mich. The Eight Street Farmers Market is in full swing in Holland and includes ways you can donate to Ottawa County Food banks.

Soldier charged with killing 2 in NY plotted 1999 school attack

Court records show that a U.S. Army soldier charged with killing his wife and a New York State Police trooper once plotted to shoot up his Michigan middle school while a teenager. MLive.com reports Justin Walters was 15 and a ninth-grader at Macatawa Bay Middle School in Holland, Michigan, when he and a classmate were accused of compiling a "die or dead list" and planning to shoot people then kill themselves.

Airport Authority Levy on Holland Council Work-Study Agenda

HOLLAND, MI Greg Robinson's first City Council Work-Study Session as interim Holland City Manager will require him to wear his other hat this evening. Robinson, who had stepped down from city government to become the manager of the West Michigan Airport Authority, will address council members about an upcoming millage renewal vote this November.

Tulip Time announces 2018 Poster Competition

Tulip Time, together with the Holland Area Arts Council, announce the 8th annual Art in Bloom Poster Competition for 2018. Artists are invited to submit artwork which will then be judged.

Downtown Holland could get 10-screen 'boutique' movie house

A 10-screen "boutique" movie house with luxury recliners, a bar, restaurant and lounge could soon sit on Eighth Street in downtown Holland. The plans are among a developer's grand scheme to overhaul the south side of Eighth Street between River and Pine Avenues.

Greg Robinson Appointed as Interim City ManagerHOLLAND, MI...

The City of Holland has a new Interim City Manager as Ryan Cotten steps down from his duties as City Manager. City Council made the decision to appoint Greg Robinson at their meeting on Wednesday, July 5. Robinson brings more than 30 years of experience of working for the City of Holland.

The TR BBQ Xiv is coming up fast-act now

Howdy folks! If you're a TR regular and have never heard about the annual BBQ at the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan, you're probably living under a rock, or a bridge, or a pineapple under the sea. Well, get out of there and come catch some sun with the rest of the crowd.

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