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Great Lakes Kite Festival Returns

Great Lakes Kite Festival Returns

The State Park in Grand Haven comes to life with incredible kite performances this weekend. Don’t miss the fun!

For the 28th year, the world’s best kite flyers - individuals, pairs & teams will be performing continuously on Saturday, May 21 from 10am – 5pm & Sunday, May 22 from 11am – 5pm.

Kite enthusiast and their families are invited to experience different size kites with amazing capabilities controlled by professional kite handlers. There will also be an Open Flying Field to fly your own kite.

Grand Haven State Park is located at 1001 Harbor Avenue in Grand Haven, Michigan 49417.

Call: 1-866-428-2335 or visit www.mackite.com for more information.

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Rockford Community Expo Returns

Rockford Community Expo Returns

For the 12th year, Rockford Chamber of Commerce invites the public to this popular Community Expo on Saturday.

Visit the Rockford High School located at 4100 Kroes NE on Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 9:00am-3:00pm to visit booths to discover the Rockford business community, take part in cash giveaways and enjoy select entertainment.

Log on to www.rockfordmichamber.com, click on events or call (616)866-2000 for more information.

Free Fishing Weekend Coming Up

Free Fishing Weekend Coming Up

For the Valentine’s weekend, it’s a free fishing weekend for residents and out of state visitors.

All fishing license fees are waived for two days in Michigan, February 13 & 14 from 6:00am – 10:00pm. This allows fishing enthusiasts to enjoy the chance to catch all types of fish on both inland and Great Lakes’ waters during their respective open season. Just remember that all regulations still apply.

Call: (517)284-5839 or email walters@michigan.gov for more information. Visit www.michigan.gov for details.

5 Rockford students suspended for sexting

ROCKFORD, Mich. (WZZM) -- Five students from North Rockford Middle School have been suspended for sexting.

Rockford Public Schools Superintendent Michael Shibler says the students had taken photos of themselves partially-clothed. The photos were taken off school property and shared with other students.

Because the photos were then brought to school, administrators became aware of it on Thursday; parents were notified, and police were called in Friday.

Shibler says the facts are not yet complete and it's an ongoing investigation. He says there were more students involved, including students at the second middle school in town, and there will likely be more suspensions.

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Chimney fire to blame for damaged home in Cannon Twp.

CANNON. TWP. Mich. (WZZM) -- Investigators say it was a fire in the chimney that started the blaze that destroyed much of a home in Cannon Township home Sunday.

The homeowner says he was in the basement of the home on Cannonsburg Road just before 2:30 p.m. when he and his girlfriend heard a noise upstairs. When he went up to check, he found the whole upstairs on fire. 

Both people were able to get out of the house unharmed. 

Jim Harbaugh visits Rockford, wooing Quinn Nordin

ROCKFORD, Mich. (WZZM) -- There's been a lot of buzz this week about whether or not University of Michigan head football coach, Jim Harbaugh would visit Rockford this week, hoping to woo Rams' kicker, Quinn Nordin to Ann Arbor.

Army mom returning to West Mich. surprises kids at school

ROCKFORD, Mich. (WZZM) -- A member of the Kurek family had made it home for the holidays. Their mother, Elise, has been gone for seven months, training for a medical career in the Army.

The family planned to pick her up at the airport Friday night, but she surprised her two kids early, in the middle of a Valley View Elementary School assembly.

Elise will be home for the next two weeks. They plan to have a lot of visits from family.