Noah Fromson, WZZM 13 On Your Side

Noah Fromson

WZZM 13 On Your Side

Grand Rapids, MI, United States

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Past articles by Noah:

Kitten season: Ottawa County shelter sees summer influx

Harbor Humane Society has over 300 cats and kits at its facility. → Read More

Grand Haven fisherman raising money for water safety education after latest drowning

He hopes the effort will span to all Michigan beaches. → Read More

Divers continue search for missing teen at Grand Haven State Park

The boy was last seen swimming on Sunday, July 19. → Read More

Did a Saugatuck ice cream shop really receive millions in federal pandemic loans?

The number shocked the owner, who said she received a loan of less than $20,000 supplied to businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

'This is my last chance to get recruited': Gymnasts at closed Ottawa Co. facility drive to Indiana for training

Champion Gymnastics owners say they can reopen safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

'Trying to do the right thing': Allendale brewery reopens after false alarm COVID case

Trailpoint Brewing Company opened on July 3 at noon. → Read More

Holland food pantry sees threefold growth in need during COVID-19 pandemic

Community Action House provided over 155,000 meals between March and May 2020, according to the executive director. → Read More

'We need people to cooperate,' Health officials warn of second bar shutdown as COVID-19 cases pop up

Multiple Grand Rapids bars closed in the last two weeks after employees tested positive for the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Racist social media post spurs investigation in Ottawa County

The post shows one boy kneeling on another's neck. → Read More

Fennville closes cemetery to vehicles after damage done by poppy field visitors

Tourists drove over and parked on graves. One vehicle toppled a headstone. → Read More

'Tell us what happened' | Family, police looking for driver who hit an 88-year-old woman in Allegan County

Jean Beaty is in the hospital with multiple facial fractures, a broken clavicle and a broken ankle. → Read More

Kalamazoo County doctor helped over 1,000 people escape slavery on the Underground Railroad

Dr. Nathan Thomas was the county's first physician, according to the National Parks Service. → Read More

Zeeland looks to prop up downtown businesses with occasional street closures for outdoor dining, retail

The potential closure on Main Avenue would run between Church and Elm Streets. → Read More

Mold-ridden Chinook Pier buildings demolished, displaced businesses open in train depot

The buildings were deemed unsafe for occupancy last fall. → Read More

Ottawa County unemployment rate surges due to COVID-19, passes Great Recession numbers

The county recorded a 21.2 percent unemployment rate in April, according to preliminary state data. → Read More

Incoming Grand Rapids community police advisory council met with criticism by local leaders

The group will be established by June 6, officials said. → Read More

'We need to make active change': West Michigan native protests George Floyd's death in Minnesota

Tony Preston was one of many protesters tear-gassed by police in Minneapolis. → Read More

Grand Haven retail reopens, as city leaders mull street, parking lot closures for outdoor business

Stores welcomed walk-in appointments Tuesday, May 26. → Read More

Ottawa Sheriff more strictly enforcing no-wake laws as high waters threaten lakeshore homes

Deputies in the marine unit ramped up citations over the holiday weekend, officials said. → Read More

Health Care Hops: Holland brewery launches IPA honoring frontline workers

Part of the proceeds will go to three Michigan hospitals. → Read More