Muskegon Heights Gun shot Victim dies from injuries

On August 30th, 2015, at approximately 2:34 A.M., a disturbance erupted into gunfire resulting in four gunshot victims with varying degrees of injury. The incident occurred in the 600 block of Hovey More »

EverSharp Veterans has an open door for Veterans who have experience Trauma in the Military

This is part of our weeklong series on Sexual Abuse & all things related. Every show on radio will discuss this topic. Paul Allen Billings aka P.A.Tweet More »

Healthwest offering services for Victims of Sexual Assault

This is part of our weeklong series on Sexual Abuse & all things related. Every show on radio will discuss this topic. Paul Allen Billings aka P.A.Tweet More »

Breaking News: Muskegon Community College to Purchase YMCA Building in Downtown Muskegon

MCC to Purchase Muskegon Family YMCA Building Muskegon Community College will purchase the Muskegon Family YMCA’s West Western Avenue property on Muskegon Lake for $ 1.17 million as part of the college’s More »

City Clerk to Host New Radio Show

The City of Muskegon City Clerk Ann Meisch to host new radio show “Watch Muskegon”. The show will have guest from The City Government and will keep citizens informed on current affairs. Watch More »

Former area Basketball Star opens up on Childhood secret!

This is part of our weeklong series on Sexual Abuse. Every show on radio will discuss this topic. “Scarred People, scar people….Abnormal things, become normal” Pastor Andre Barnes. Paul Allen Billings aka More »

Muskegon Heights Gun shot Victim dies from injuries

On August 30th, 2015, at approximately 2:34 A.M., a disturbance erupted into gunfire resulting in four gunshot victims with varying degrees of injury. The incident occurred in the 600 block of Hovey Street in the city of Muskegon Heights. On

Suicide rates in Michigan are on the rise

By: Emily Guiles In a recent Muskegon City council meeting the subject for discussion was the purchase of new lots in the Downtown area that will be used to build new houses. These new houses will be built with middle

Factory Farms; An American Tragedy

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By: Emily Guiles 8.5 billion animals are killed for food each year in the United States, 99 percent of these animals are born, bred and killed in Factory Farms. A Factory Farm is a large industrial operation that raises large

Raped by her neighbor at 5 years old, Tina Ayala is a great example of a Survivor

This is part of our weeklong series on Sexual Abuse & all things related. Every show on radio will discuss this topic. Paul Allen Billings aka P.A.

Op Ed/Barbara Lee “Why Donald Trump is Dangerous”

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In industrialized societies like the US, where institutions formally frown on gender violence, it still permeates our cultural fabric. Rap music insults women and calls us ‘whores’; men’s magazines, internet pornography and even mainstream advertising celebrate gang rape; and societal

What if your parents don’t believe you… Our Conversation with Dr. Lennox Forrest

This is part of our weeklong series on Sexual Abuse & all things related. Every show on radio will discuss this topic. Paul Allen Billings aka P.A.

EverSharp Veterans has an open door for Veterans who have experience Trauma in the Military

This is part of our weeklong series on Sexual Abuse & all things related. Every show on radio will discuss this topic. Paul Allen Billings aka P.A.

Healthwest offering services for Victims of Sexual Assault

This is part of our weeklong series on Sexual Abuse & all things related. Every show on radio will discuss this topic. Paul Allen Billings aka P.A.

Breaking News: Muskegon Community College to Purchase YMCA Building in Downtown Muskegon

MCC to Purchase Muskegon Family YMCA Building Muskegon Community College will purchase the Muskegon Family YMCA’s West Western Avenue property on Muskegon Lake for $ 1.17 million as part of the college’s community-focused health and wellness initiative, which includes the

City Clerk to Host New Radio Show

The City of Muskegon City Clerk Ann Meisch to host new radio show “Watch Muskegon”. The show will have guest from The City Government and will keep citizens informed on current affairs. Watch Muskegon will air every Thursday at 2pm on

Counselor Louis Churchwell talks sexual abuse denial, treatment & recovery

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Former area Basketball Star opens up on Childhood secret!

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This is part of our weeklong series on Sexual Abuse. Every show on radio will discuss this topic. “Scarred People, scar people….Abnormal things, become normal” Pastor Andre Barnes. Paul Allen Billings aka P.A.

Apes in Muskegon!

1210 Pontaluna, photo by Emily Guiles

By: Emily Guiles In 2012 the research company, Northern Biomedical Research Facility, moved to a new location at 1210 Pontaluna in Muskegon Mich. Northern Biomedical Research facility previously had a facility located on Sherman in Muskegon, but reportedly they outgrew

Youth Fair Fun!

Photo by: Emily Guiles

By: Emily Guiles The Muskegon County Fairgrounds have celebrated their 88th annual Youth County Fair, which went on from July 20th to July 25th. The Youth Fair is an opportunity for community growth and youth to show off their hard

July 28th Muskegon City Council Meeting

By: Emily Guiles The Muskegon City Council met on July 28th and on the agenda was discussion to buy new police cruisers, and a resolution in support of the new parking strategy. Regarding the new police cruisers, the council moved

July 27th Muskegon Heights City Council

By:Emily Guiles On July 27th Muskegon Heights City Council meeting took place and there was no old business to discuss but plenty of new business. To start with there was a recommendation from the committee of the whole that council

Sprinkler System Trouble

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By: Emily Guiles Construction on Webster Avenue has been completed, however there have been multiple complaints regarding the mistreatment or residents personal property during the construction. According to resident accounts the sprinkler systems in their terraces have been unearthed and

July 14th Council Meeting

By: Emily Guiles   On Tuesday July 14th Muskegon City council meeting took place to discuss new and old business, the first of which was the demolition of five properties that were structurally compromised. The buildings in question were; 1258

Watch Muskegon Heights Go

By: Emily Guiles   On the 13th of July the Muskegon Heights council meeting took place to address two orders of new business and hear some of the citizens present speak. The first order of new business was discussing the

Stabbing in Glen Oaks Apartments

At 12:30 Am on Tuesday, July 14th, a male resident of the 500 block of Glen Oaks Apartments was stabbed in the hip by his former girlfriend. He received non-life threatening injuries and was taken to a local hospital. The