Muskegon Heights shooting victim taken off life support

On July 1st, 2015, at approximately 9:18 p.m, Peggy Sue Everett was taken off life support at an area hospital and passed away due to injuries sustained in the June 30th, 2015 More »

Muskegon will receive a $250,000 grant towards the blight fight in the Nelson, Jackson Hill, and Nims neighborhoods

Residents in the Nelson, Jackson Hill and Nims neighborhoods will soon see the fight against blight in a tangible way with help from the Blight Elimination Program. According to the City of More »

Fireworks are Exciting but Injure more than 3,700 Children Each Summer

  Fireworks are Exciting but Injure more than 3,700 Children Each Summer   Safe Kids West Michigan reminds parents to be prepared and follow top safety tips   [Muskegon MI; June 26, More »

Kiesha Guy hired as New Executive Director of MOCAP

ANNOUNCEMENT: NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR MUSKEGON OCEANA COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP, INC The MOCAP, Inc. governing Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Mrs. Kiesha Guy as the Executive Director More »

Nims’ Neighborhood comes together

On June 6th the neighborhood around Nims’ school, which was closed three years ago due to budget difficulties, in order to build a new playground for the children in the community. Many More »

Nominations Being Accepted forResidential & Business Beautification Awards

Nominations Being Accepted for Residential & Business Beautification Awards   The City of Muskegon in conjunction with the Neighborhood Associations is now accepting nominations for Landscape Beautification awards through July 1, 2015. More »

Catching up with West Michigan Native Actor/Singer Christian Keyes

Actor/Singer Christian Keyes

Catching up with West Michigan Native Actor/Singer Christian Keyes

West Michigan Native Actor/Singer Christian Keyes

 

In this interview Christian Keyes talks about his projects including the release of the Highly anticipated movie “Dysfunctional Friends”.

Christian Keyes shares some his childhood memories including dealing with being homeless and in and out of foster homes. He has an amazing testimony that everyone should hear. Christian Keyes says on his past, “You can’t live there, you can miss out on your future”, he stated the only time he looks back on his past is to see where there a lesson learn and to praise how far he has come.

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