MUSKEGON, MICH. - Lawmakers are running out of time to avoid a partial shutdown of the government. Here's what would or wouldn't keep running if there is a shutdown. A service most American use, even if minimally, wouldn't stop with a shutdown. The U.S. Postal Service has its own revenue stream and would continue to deliver mail. Local post offices will remain open.
HESPERIA, MICH. - The long run for a Hesperia hardware store will soon end. Owners of Husband and Turple Hardware on Division Street have started a store liquidation sale that will end when the contents of the store have been sold. Over the store's 105-year history its' sold everything from hammers to television sets. "People would come down here to watch the boxing matches on the television," said Christine Turple, granddaughter of store founder Guy Husband. The store opened in 1913.
NORTON SHORES, MICH. - Crews have less then one month to renovate the former Plumb's store on Sherman Boulevard. It's where a new Great Lakes Fresh Market will open on Monday, Feb. 5. The store is in the city of Norton Shores. The Plumb's store closed in 2016. Great Lakes Fresh Market signs are now at the location. The opening date was posted this week on the Great Lakes Fresh Market Facebook page. The store will be third Great Lakes Fresh Market in Muskegon County.
Husband and Turple Hardware in small-town Hesperia is closing. All remaining inventory including antiques must go. The unique store opened in 1913. More on the store and on-going sale in the news at 5:00 p.m. @wzzm13https://t.co/dNpW75NmV8
New motion may delay the scheduled March trial for Jeffrey Willis. He's charged with the kidnapping / murder of Jessica Heeringa. Defense team will ask judge for more time to get ready for trial. More in the news at 5. @wzzm13https://t.co/qpbZpI7wo2
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