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One elected office and seven proposals – three of them from one township – will be on the ballot for Muskegon County voters in the May 3 election.
A man accused of shooting three others outside the Muskegon Heights high school has been described by police as a "known gang member" who once fired a gun at a car.
Muskegon Heights Mayor Kimberley Sims said Wednesday, Feb. 10 that she was pleased with law enforcement's response to a shooting in the vicinity of a high school basketball game.
Community members helped tip off police to the potential for violence at a Muskegon Heights basketball game, and the shootings that did occur were possibly linked to a fight at a game between the same teams in Grand Rapids last year.
Social media "chatter" was discussed and dismissed as a serious threat prior to Tuesday's basketball game after which several innocent bystanders were shot, according to the Muskegon Heights schools superintendent.