Hill's special TD catch and Holland's 99-yard INT return lead Dolphins past Jets 34-13
Tyreek Hill celebrated a touchdown catch by giving the ball to his new wife in the stands, Jevon Holland returned an intercepted first-half Hail Mary attempt 99 yards for a score, and the Miami Dolphins cruised past the New York Jets 34-13.
Judge doesn’t dismiss case against Holland restaurant owner who was jailed, fined for violating pandemic orders
A judge has declined to dismiss the case against a western Michigan restaurant owner who was jailed and fined $15,000 for violating state orders that banned indoor dining during the pandemic.
Michigan restaurant owner jailed for violating COVID orders
HOLLAND, Mich. – Marlena’s Bistro and Pizzeria in Holland has remained open for months defying COVID-19 orders like wearing masks and low density. In January, the state suspended the restaurant’s food license, but owner Marlena Pavlos-Hackney kept it open. READ: Holland restaurant owner arrested for violating Michigan health orders, state saysShe was arrested early Friday morning and brought to Lansing for a hearing. “This is the wrong way to get publicity, this is the wrong way to be a good citizen, it is the wrong way to assist the public in a pandemic,” Aquilina said. READ: 41 Michigan businesses that have had liquor licenses suspended over COVID rulesREAD: Dr. Anthony Fauci warns Gov.
Holland restaurant owner arrested for violating Michigan health orders, state says
HOLLAND, Mich. – A Michigan restaurant owner has been arrested Friday for allegedly violating the state’s public health orders, in addition to a court-ordered temporary restraining order, amid the coronavirus pandemic, officials report. The Holland restaurant owner is accused of operating her business without a license, since MDARD suspended Pavlos-Hackney’s food establishment license on Jan. 20, officials said. An administrative law judge ordered on Feb. 11 that the Holland restaurant owner’s license suspension continues. According to the Allegan County Health Department, the restaurant failed to practice COVID mitigation strategies such as mask use and social distancing. Throughout the pandemic, more than 40 Michigan establishments have had liquor licenses suspended due to their alleged failure to comply with the state’s health orders.
‘Catalyst for new revolution’: Michigan man makes death threats against Biden, Whitmer, Pelosi
NOTE: The Michigan Attorney General's Office originally spelled the defendant's name "Doctor." HOLLAND, Mich. – A Michigan man claimed he would be the catalyst for a new American revolution while making death threats against President Joe Biden, Gov. AdDocter claimed he would “be the catalyst” for a new American revolution, according to police. Michigan State Police were also part of the investigation. A probable cause conference is scheduled for April 8, and a preliminary examination is scheduled for April 15.
Metro Detroit woman regains hearing after 50 years with new device
DETROIT – Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit has been at the forefront of a lot of different kinds of surgery and medical treatment. One in particular is called piezoelectric sound conduction, which is a new electronic way to help those with hearing loss and restore full hearing. Holland grew up in Roseville, and at age 12, she needed a growth inside her ear surgically removed. That meant the loss of the hearing structures inside her left ear. The device also connects to Bluetooth, which Holland can answer the phone and no one else can hear.
Michigan woman charged with ’03 murders of newborn twin sons
CHICAGO – A Michigan woman has been charged with murder in the deaths of her newborn twin sons more than 17 years ago, police said Saturday. Antoinette Briley, 41, of Holland, Michigan, was charged Friday with two counts of first-degree murder for the deaths of her sons. Cook County detectives eventually identified Briley as the victims’ potential birth mother. Detectives traveled to Holland, Michigan, and obtained a discarded cigarette containing Briley’s DNA, which was matched to the DNA from the victims. Police learned Briley was in Cook County and took her into custody after a traffic stop in suburban Oak Lawn.
Michigan pastor tells congregation to catch virus, ‘get it over with’
HOLLAND, Mich. – The senior pastor of a church in western Michigan has encouraged his congregation to catch the coronavirus to “get it over with” and calling it “all good.”Bart Spencer made the statements during a Nov. 14 sermon at Lighthouse Baptist Church in Holland, The Holland Sentinel reported. “It’s OK. Get it, get it over with, press on.”The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan has risen to 389,032 as of Friday, including 9,661 deaths, state officials report. On Thursday, the state reported 380,343 total cases and 9,580 deaths. The sermon was posted on the church's website and shared on Facebook, the newspaper said. Spencer later told the newspaper that he and several members of his family contracted the virus and have recovered.
Mom gets 6 months in jail; son drowned in Lake Michigan
HOLLAND, Mich. – A woman has been sentenced to 180 days in jail for neglecting to keep an eye on her son who drowned in Lake Michigan. Miranda Rowe, 33, of Spring Lake Township appeared in court Monday. Her 6-year-old, Iain, drowned at Holland State Park on June 6, a day of high waves and warnings. Investigators said her son was unattended for at least 15 minutes while she was in a bathroom. More than 50 people this year have drowned in Lake Michigan in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin, according to the Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project.
Mom pleads guilty to neglect in sons drowning at Michigan beach
HOLLAND, Mich. (AP) The mother of a 6-year-old boy who drowned in Lake Michigan pleaded guilty Thursday to child neglect. Iain Rowe drowned at Holland State Park on June 6, a day of high waves and warnings. Miranda Rowe, 33, of Spring Lake Township pleaded guilty in Holland District Court. Its not unheard of but its a little unusual to have a parent charged in the drowning death of a child. At least 36 people in four states have drowned in Lake Michigan this year, according to the Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project.
Colleges grapple with coronavirus as students return
Some universities are reconsidering plans to hold in-person classes or implementing new testing regimes. Oyeronke Popoola, a 17-year-old freshman living near two COVID-19 clusters, was taking a mix of online and in-person classes. Holland said she wants other colleges to learn from the Chapel Hill students who participated in large, maskless gatherings. The campus currently has 270 people in isolation due to contacts, symptoms or positive tests, including 51 students living on campus, Plowman said. In Flagstaff, Arizona, Vice Mayor Adam Shimoni said he would like the University of Northern Arizona to cancel in-person classes for the semester.
Dutch economy shrinks by 'unprecedented' 8.5% as virus hits
THE HAGUE The Dutch economy suffered an unprecedented 8.5% contraction in the second quarter as the coronavirus pandemic slammed the brakes on spending, exports and investments, the country's Central Bureau for Statistics said Friday. While the Dutch contraction compared to the first quarter was bad, it was not as severe as other major European countries like France and Germany. The 19-country eurozone, which the Netherlands is a part of, dropped by a quarterly 12.1% while the U.K. reported a 20.4% decline. "Corona has caused unprecedented economic damage. It is an economic catastrophe of exceptional proportions," said Peter Hein van Mulligen, chief economist at the Dutch statistics office.
Tigers hit 4 homers in 1st inning, drill Pirates 11-5
Cron and Jeimer Candelario all hit home runs in the first inning against Pittsburghs Derek Holland as the Detroit Tigers drilled the Pirates 11-5 on Saturday. A night after a 17-13 win in 11 innings, Detroit came out swinging and sent the Pirates their ninth loss in their last 10 games. Nine of the Tigers' 16 hits went for extra bases. TRAINER'S ROOMPirates: Closer Keone Kela (COVID-19) pitched an inning of live batting practice but there remains no timetable for his return. Pirates: Joe Musgrove (0-3, 6.75) will attempt to bounce back after getting knocked around in a loss to Minnesota.
Ken Holland, Marian Hossa inducted to Hockey Hall of Fame
DETROIT Two former members of the Detroit Red Wings were inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame (HHOF) on Wednesday. Former Red Wings General Manager Ken Holland was inducted as a builder while former forward Marian Hossa was inducted for his playing career. Welcome to the Hockey Hall of Fame, Ken Holland. Welcome to the Hockey Hall of Fame, Marian Hossa. #HHOF2020 | #HHOF pic.twitter.com/E1QZ4lTK4V Hockey Hall of Fame (@HockeyHallFame) June 24, 2020That very next year he finally won his Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks.
Divers recover 6-year-old boys body in Lake Michigan; Grand Rapids teen still missing
HOLLAND, Mich. Divers recovered the body of a 6-year-old boy who went missing in Lake Michigan on Saturday at Holland State Park, while the search for a 17-year-old continues. At around 5 p.m. Saturday, crews rushed to Holland State Park after a 6-year-old and 17-year-old were both reported missing, according to WOOD-TV. The search for the two started Sunday morning at Holland State Park. The Ottawa County Sheriffs Office says its dive team found the boys body around 7:15 p.m. Sunday. Crews are still searching for Grand Rapids 17-year-old Christian Ngabo, who vanished while swimming with his 19-year-old brother.
Search for missing 6-year-old boy and teen continues in Lake Michigan
HOLLAND, Mich. Crews continued searching for a missing 6-year-old and 17-year-old who officials fear might have drowned in Lake Michigan Saturday afternoon. The search for the two continued at Holland State Park beginning 7 a.m. Sunday. At around 5 p.m. Saturday crews rushed to Holland State Park after both were reported missing, according to WOOD-TV. Officials are also looking for him on outside of the lake and not ruling he is in the water. The name of the missing teen is not being released.
NHL awards regular-season trophies for season cut short
Washington's Alex Ovechkin and Boston's David Pastrnak share the Maurice Rocket Richard Trophy the league announced Thursday, May 28, 2020. (AP Photo/Winslow Townson, File)Since the NHL is planning to go straight to the playoffs, it's handing out a handful of trophies for the regular season cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. Not long after unveiling a 24-team right to the playoffs format, the league on Thursday announced the winners of its regular-season awards. Although Ovechkin was stopped short of a ninth 50-goal season, his ninth goal-scoring title extends his NHL record. The benefit and the curse of a bye, I suppose.___For more AP NHL coverage: https://apnews.com/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
New Holland Brewing Co. introduces light ale made with Lake Michigan water
HOLLAND, Mich. – New Holland Brewing Co.'s newest offering is a light white ale brewed with Lake Michigan water. The Holland, Michigan brewery recently introduced Lightpoint Functional White Ale, a brew the company says is made with natural ingredients, including raw honey, coconut water and orange peels. "We all look forward to the light point in our day or in our workout,” said Adam Dickerson, New Holland brand manager. “Here in west Michigan, the sunset over Lake Michigan symbolizes that moment of rest. Lightpoint Functional White Ale will be available across the brewery’s distribution network beginning March 1.
Family found $600K of cocaine on beach
FreeImages.com/Ivan Prole(CNN) - A family on vacation in South Carolina found more than just seashells and crabs while strolling along the beach. Justus Holland and his family were enjoying Fripp Island's beach on October 6 when they came across a "large, dark object" floating in the water, police said. When he pulled it out, he observed a "white substance on the blade," a police report said. Officials with the Sheriff's Office estimate the street value of the drugs to be around $600,000, reported CNN affiliate WCSC. "The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office and the DEA are investigating and attempting to establish the cocaine's origin and intended destination," Bromage said.
Tom Holland called CEO of Disney and told him to save Spider-Man
(CNN) - Tom Holland isn't just a superhero on screen. Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed Friday in an interview with late-night host Jimmy Kimmel that Holland, who plays Spider-Man in the Marvel movies, personally called and asked him to fix the Spider-Man deal with Sony -- basically saving this iteration of the franchise. Disney, which owns Marvel, and Sony had an agreement that allowed the character to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It was clear that the fans wanted Tom back as Spider-Man, made by Marvel and our Marvel production team," he said. "We spoke, and he basically made a -- he cried on the phone," Iger said, laughing before revealing the truth.
Memphis boy wore dress to his homecoming coronation
LAKANA(CNN) - The students at White Station High School in Memphis, Tennessee, decided it was time for change. Typically students vote for who they want for homecoming king and queen, coveted titles in the social hierarchy of high schools all across the country. WSHS senior Brandon Allen was crowned Friday homecoming royalty, donning a gold dress. His high school posted a picture of him in the dress, holding a bouquet of flowers with crown. "It's the students' choice of who they want to support as homecoming royalty," said school principal Carrye Holland.
Vernors launches limited edition cans featuring Michigan lighthouses
DETROIT - Vernors is launching a line of limited edition cans featuring iconic Michigan lighthouses. The lighthouses showcased during the promotion include Big Red (Holland), South Haven, Tri-Centennial State Park Light (Detroit), Au Sable Point (Grand Marais), DeTour Reef (DeTour Village), Port Austin Reef (Port Austin), Harbor Beach and Pointe Aux Barques (Port Hope). This is the third year Vernors has teamed with Pure Michigan. Over the last two years, the collectible series showcased twelve other Michigan lighthouses including Big Sable Point, Crisp Point, Eagle Harbor, Grand Haven, Tawas Point, Forty Mile Point, Old Mackinac Point, Point Iroquois, Point Betsie, Little Sable Point, St Joseph and Fort Gratiot. The lighthouse cans will be sold in 12-packs of Vernors and Diet Vernors at retailers throughout Michigan and will be available from late-July to late-September 2019.
Tom Holland Surprises Kids in Hospital as Spider-Man
These kids got the surprise of a lifetime when they were visited by the heroes of "Spider-Man: Far From Home." Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jake Gyllenhaal stopped by the Children's Hospital Los Angeles last week, with Holland in his spidey suit and Gyllenhaal in his dark armor and cape as Mysterio. "I love you," one little boy told Holland, "and that you shoot webs." I actually used all my webs on the way over here.The kids also got a special screening of the new movie, which opened in theaters on Tuesday. RELATED STORIES'Spider-Man' Tom Holland Rescues Fan Being Crushed Outside 'Late Show'French Spider-Man Climbs 47-Story Building in Philippines'Spider-Man' Breaks Into Police Station and Falls Asleep in Ceiling Duct While High on Meth: Cops
'Spider-Man' Tom Holland Rescues Fan Being Crushed Outside 'Late Show'
Before he entered the Ed Sullivan Theater in Midtown Manhattan, Holland helped a young lady who was being pushed by autograph hounds. I got you, Holland told Cassidy Ariel as she was being pushed into barricades. Ariel found herself in a throng of eager fans outside the theater as Holland showed up. Holland told the people around Ariel back up and made sure she was alright. Holland didn't dish on the drama during his appearance on Colbert's show, but this fan said she will never forget Spider-Man coming to her rescue.
Best, worst driving cities in Michigan in 2019
A new report ranks the best and worst driving cities in Michigan. Here's the info and insight from QuoteWizard:The Worst Driving CitiesHollandTaking the top spot for Michigan's worst drivers, Holland might have stirred a debate on whether east or west Michigan has the worst drivers. The Best Driving CitiesHoltIt's no surprise to see one of the smaller cities take the number one spot for driver quality in Michigan. Related: 20 best places to live in Southeast Michigan in 2019BurtonSharing the best driving hub with Flint, Burton rounds out the top three cities with the best drivers in Michigan. Cities below are ranked 1-50 from worst to best drivers.
Report: Ken Holland officially hired as Edmonton Oilers GM
DETROIT Ken Holland is officially taking the general manager position with the Edmonton Oilers, according to TSN's Ryan Rishaug. The longtime Detroit Red Wings GM was reportedly offered $25 million over five years to take control of Edmonton's full hockey operations. Under his tenure as GM, Detroit won three Stanley Cups and missed the playoffs just three times -- these past three years. Steve Yzerman was named Detroit's newest GM on April 19 and Holland was promoted to a senior executive position with the Red Wings. "It has been a privilege and an honor to be the general manager of the Detroit Red Wings."
Report: Oilers offer Red Wings' Ken Holland full hockey operations control as general manager
DETROIT The Edmonton Oilers have reportedly offered former Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland full hockey operations control if he becomes their general manager. Holland was named Detroit's senior vice president last month when the team hired Steve Yzerman as its new general manager. If he accepts the Edmonton job, he reportedly would have full control of the front office. Detroit won three Stanley Cups during Holland's 22-year tenure as general manager.
Detroit Red Wings GM Steve Yzerman discusses team's young core, rebuild progress, decision to return
DETROIT Detroit Red Wings legend Steve Yzerman was officially introduced Friday as the team's new general manager. "I would like to start by saying I'm extremely excited to be back in Detroit with the Red Wings," Yzerman said. The Detroit Tigers welcomed back Steve Yzerman after he accepted the Red Wings general manager job on April 19, 2019. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)"Today is a real exciting day for the fans of the Detroit Red Wings and for the Red Wings organization," Holland said. "It's a real exciting day for me to see Steve Yzerman come back where he belongs, back in Detroit with the Detroit Red Wings."
Northwest Airlines Flight 2501: Search resumes for plane that vanished over Lake Michigan in 1950
HOLLAND, Mich. – Researchers are setting out again in search of the remains of Northwest Airlines Flight 2501 that disappeared over Lake Michigan nearly 70 years ago. The airplane was carrying 58 people from New York to Seattle when it went missing in 1950. The Michigan Shipwreck Research Association has spent years searching for Flight 2501, discovering 10 shipwrecks along the way. Researchers plan to narrow the search area and use more advanced equipment this spring. The association has teamed up with Greg Busch, an oceanographer and owner of Busch Marine in Freeland.