Muskegon Heights City Councilman Eddie B. Jenkins wants the community to vote no on Millage!

listen to ‘Muskegon Heights City Councilman Eddie Jenkins wants you to vote "No" on the millage’ on audioBoom Radio Interview: City Councilman Eddie B. Jenkins speaks against the millage increase ballot question. More »

Muskegon County Road Commission speaks on Tuesday’s Road Millage Vote

Millage Ballot info: The money raised can’t be used for any other purpose. The proposal would increase property taxes for 10 years by a 1.5 mill county-wide, which would raise approximately $6,750,000 More »

Grand Rapids Fireman/Muskegon Heights Native Pastor Chris Burns visit to Cuba

Grand Rapids Fireman/Muskegon Heights Native Pastor Chris Burns is a world traveler. He has been to Israel, Europe, Kenya, Liberia, Ghana and several other countries. Recently he stopped by the community radio More »

Severe weather related traffic accidents in Muskegon Saturday 2-14-15

On February 14th, 2014, Officers of the Muskegon Police Department responded to over a dozen motor vehicle crashes throughout the City.  A preliminary total indicates that over 50 cars were involved in More »

Fatal Fire at 291 Orchard

Fatal fire on Orchard St. On Friday, February 6th, 2015 at 10:31pm Firefighters of the Muskegon Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 291 Orchard Ave. Fire crews arrived to find More »

The State of Michigan is trying to close the agency that serves the poor

  Muskegon Oceana Community Action Partners is on life support, after years of serving the poor in this area. Only you can save it. The Michigan Department of Human Services is seeking public More »

Muskegon Heights City Councilman Eddie B. Jenkins wants the community to vote no on Millage!

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listen to ‘Muskegon Heights City Councilman Eddie Jenkins wants you to vote "No" on the millage’ on audioBoom Radio Interview: City Councilman Eddie B. Jenkins speaks against the millage increase ballot question. Paul Allen Billings aka P.A.

Muskegon County Road Commission speaks on Tuesday’s Road Millage Vote

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Millage Ballot info: The money raised can’t be used for any other purpose. The proposal would increase property taxes for 10 years by a 1.5 mill county-wide, which would raise approximately $6,750,000 in the first year. That means that for

103.7 The Beat New iphone app

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Celebrate our 13 years on air by downloading our new iphone app! Android and Blackberry Apps coming soon.

How Communication Technologies Impact Relationships Thursday 2/19 at 7pm with Dr. Kayla D. Hales from Michigan State University

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An MSU assistant professor of media and information will present “What did you expect? How communication technologies are affecting individuals and relationships” at Muskegon Community College on Thursday, Feb. 19. The talk, which is free and open to the public,

Grand Rapids Fireman/Muskegon Heights Native Pastor Chris Burns visit to Cuba

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Grand Rapids Fireman/Muskegon Heights Native Pastor Chris Burns is a world traveler. He has been to Israel, Europe, Kenya, Liberia, Ghana and several other countries. Recently he stopped by the community radio station to share his experience about his recent

Severe weather related traffic accidents in Muskegon Saturday 2-14-15

On February 14th, 2014, Officers of the Muskegon Police Department responded to over a dozen motor vehicle crashes throughout the City.  A preliminary total indicates that over 50 cars were involved in these accidents, including a Michigan State Trooper cruiser

Fatal Fire at 291 Orchard

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Fatal fire on Orchard St. On Friday, February 6th, 2015 at 10:31pm Firefighters of the Muskegon Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 291 Orchard Ave. Fire crews arrived to find flames and heavy smoke coming from the two

The State of Michigan is trying to close the agency that serves the poor

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  Muskegon Oceana Community Action Partners is on life support, after years of serving the poor in this area. Only you can save it. The Michigan Department of Human Services is seeking public comments on the strengths and weaknesses of MOCAP.

City of Muskegon “Equal Opportunity Committee”

The City Commission has decided to reinstate the Equal Opportunity Committee (EOC) for the City of Muskegon. The EOC was dissolved by the City Commission in 2011, but City Commissioners agreed it was time to bring it back. “Commissioner German

Our conversation with the President of Wayne State University Dr. M. Roy Wilson

          Recently we had a chance to talk to Dr. M. Roy Wilson President of Wayne State University. During the 25 minute interview we spoke on alot of topics including his award winning research on Glaucoma

Armed Robbery suspect captured

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During the evening hours of February 1, 2015, Officers of the Muskegon Police Department were dispatched to 1075 W Laketon Ave on a report of a male who had just committed a robbery.  The suspect fled the area just prior

Public Hearing on MOCAP ( Muskegon Oceana Community Action Partnership)

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Michigan Department of Human Services will hold a public hearing regarding the Muskegon Oceana Community Action Partnership, Inc. Community Services Block Grant administration. Notice is hereby given that a public hearing to collect information on the

Hit and Run on Apple & Stevens.

​ Shortly after 11pm on Saturday, January, 31st, 2015, Officers of the Muskegon Police Department were dispatched to the intersection of Apple Ave and Stevens St, on a report of a hit and run crash involving a vehicle and a

Over 9,000 students seen “Selma” for free throughout the Central & Western Michigan Region.

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On Martin Luther King Jr Holiday, the Celebration Cinema showed the new movie “Selma” for free to all students who had a school i.d. Please enjoy this interview with Emily Loeks the Director of Community Affairs and Grand-Daughter of the founder

State Police Testing Unmanned Aircraft System to Support Public Safety

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The Michigan State Police (MSP) is working with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to become one of the first police agencies in the nation to obtain statewide authorization to fly an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) to support public safety efforts.

MUSKEGON Crime rate is on a downward trend!

MUSKEGON ANNUAL CRIMES COMPARISON REPORT   While crimes will never be totally eliminated, police and residents alike are continually striving to reduce the incidence of crime in our neighborhoods.  Over the past 25 years, we have come a long way.

Community Information and Input Session for Muskegon Heights Community Revitalization Project

Community Information and Input Session for Muskegon Heights Community Revitalization Project Muskegon Heights, MI – Muskegon Heights City leaders, along with the Muskegon County Innovation team and County Commissioner Rillastine Wilkins (District 1), had the opportunity to present the community

Congressman Huizenga Nominates 17 West Michigan Students To U.S. Service Academies

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Huizenga Nominates 17 West Michigan Students To U.S. Service Academies   Washington, DC – Today, Congressman Huizenga announced the 2nd District nominees to the U.S. Service Academies for the 2015-2016 academic year.  This year, 17 students from across West Michigan received nominations

Free Student Tickets to Selma on Martin Luther King Day

News Release For Immediate Release​ ​ Contact: Emily Loeks 616.447.4232 CELEBRATION! CINEMA PROVIDES FREE STUDENT TICKETS TO SELMA ON MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY Grand Rapids, Michigan – – Thursday, January, 15 – 2015 – – Celebration! Cinema is pleased to

Person of interest in Home Invasions

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PRESS RELEASE​ The Muskegon Police Department is asking for assistance from the public to help locate a 19 year old Muskegon man, LEROY CHRISTOPHER PAYNE, in regards to a number of Home Invasions that have occurred over the last few