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Feeding America Truck Coming To Coopersville Tomorrow

Feeding America Truck Coming To Coopersville Tomorrow

Feeding America Mobile Truck

Coopersville Cares is offering a Comstock Park based Feeding America Mobile Pantry truck. The truck will be at  at Church of the Saviour, 180 68th Ave. N, Coopersville on Tuesday, March 12 at 10 AM. Please bring your own bags or containers.

CAPS Driver's Education

CAPS Driver's Education

From: http://coopersvillebroncos.org

We regret to inform the community that Coopersville Public Schools will be discontinuing our driver’s education program beginning in the summer of 2013. We are the last public school in the county to still offer driver’s education for our students, but due to low enrollment and outside competition, it is no longer possible to run a cost-effective program for our students and families. We will continue to offer segment 2 this year for those that completed the first segment over the summer.

Westbound I-96 lane closure

Westbound I-96 lane closure

Walker/Marne - A right lane closure for road repair will be in place 9 a.m. this Monday through 3 p.m. Friday, September 21 on eastbound and westbound I-96 between Bristol and 16th avenues.

All lanes of I-96 will be opened for the weekend and beginning 9 a.m. Monday, Sept. 24, the left lanes of eastbound and westbound I-96 will be closed between Bristol and 16th avenues until Friday afternoon, Sept. 28.  
Motorists should expect delays during peak travel times and seek an alternate route.

The work is weather dependent (no rain, cold temps, etc.)

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For up-to-date information on this project and others, go to the list of statewide lane closures at: www.michigan.gov/drive

Transportation Website Expands to Four County Area in West Michigan

Transportation Website Expands to Four County Area in West Michigan

West Michigan residents in a four county area can now visit one website to find a variety of public and private transportation options if they need a ride for work, school, medical or social service visits, or intercity travel.

The Ottawa County Transit Coalition recently expanded its website, www.lakeshoreridelink.org, to include the counties of Allegan, Ottawa, Kent and Muskegon.  The website, which was first launched in 2010 with transportation providers for Ottawa County only, now includes more than 50 transportation providers with detailed information on their services and costs to help residents find a ride.

Construction Updates

Construction Updates

The ramp from westbound I-96 to 112th Avenue is now open.  Traffic will have access to northbound 112th Avenue only as the bridge to the south is still under construction.

The ramp from westbound I-96 to westbound M-104 (Exit 9, Cleveland Street) will close for reconstruction 8 a.m. this Monday, July 16 through late October. Detour:  Exit at 112th Ave (Nunica, Exit 10), and take a right on 112th Avenue and then a left on Cleveland Street.

The work is weather dependent (no rain, cold temps, etc.)

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For up-to-date information on this project and others, go to the list of statewide lane closures at: http://www.michigan.gov/drive

M-104 reconstruction starts Monday in Crockery Township

M-104 reconstruction starts Monday in Crockery Township

July 9 - November 3

M-104 will be reconstructed and widened from west of 124th Avenue east to I-96 in Crockery Township, Ottawa County.

M-104 traffic will be maintained using traffic shifts and lane closures.

The westbound I-96 ramp to M-104 will be closed for short durations throughout the project. A signed detour will be in place.

124th Avenue will be closed south of M-104. A signed detour will be in place using 130th Avenue and Leonard Street from the west, and 120th Avenue and Leonard Street from the east. Advance public notice of the closures will be provided.

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13OYS - Tell us about the potholes in your neighborhood

13OYS - Tell us about the potholes in your neighborhood

As the winter turns to spring, more and more potholes start to appear throughout West Michigan. We would like you to tell us where the worst potholes can be found.

If you've come across a really bad pothole in your neighborhood, please leave a comment below to let us know where we can find it.

Also, if you can safely get a photo, email those to pics@wzzm13.com along with your name, phone number, and location where the photo was taken.

As comments and photos come in, WZZM13 will publicize the worst of the worst in an effort to get them fixed as quickly as possible.