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Gettysburg lecture and trip, All Access Tour of H&H homes, and Fall Harvest Fundraiser at Michigan’s Heritage Park! All this month at Lakeshore Museum Center sites. Find out more here!

One mother’s grief journey is explored, as Jeannie Rameau Rinard details her search for meaning after the death of her son, Jake. Read here as she confronts an “endless sadness for what is no more.”

Scams, paperwork, time, inspections, legal representation — Nancy Bierenga of Élan Realty lists good reasons here to not buy or sell a home “For Sale by Owner” (FSBO).

When an assisted living move must be made amidst a crisis, the stress on families can be overwhelming. Judith Delis of Seminole Shores Living Center offers tips to help make this decision.

A holiday office party is a personal way for a company to show gratitude. Laurel Sass, General Manager at Watermark 920 suggests reducing stress by trusting professionals to help plan.

What do I do, if I find my mother, father, neighbor or even co-worker dead? Jodi Clock of Clock Funeral Homes answers that important question here.

United Way of the Lakeshore approved $1.6 million investment in human service programs. Plus, the Muskegon Labor Day Parade is coming! Peruse the details here.

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Muskegon’s own Buster Keaton is mistaken for Dead Shot Dan in “The Goat” (1921), leading to an extended chase, amazing stunts and surprising escapes, complete and online here!

The stars of summer are still visible in the clear September sky, and all five naked eye planets are easy to find! Plus, the “We Are Stars” planetarium show has arrived!

Enjoy what’s happening with Muskegon County's BEST online events calendar, from Hackley Public Library.

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