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Scrap Metal Drive on April 23

Scrap Metal Drive on April 23

The Holy Trinity Knights of Columbus invites the community to take part in their Scrap Metal Drive to benefit several charities.

This is the chance to clean out your home & property for spring. The Knights crew will accept soup & vegetable cans, steel cans, stoves, washer & dryers, refrigerators, metal cabinets & shelves, steel appliances, bicycles, copper, brass, sheet iron and a number of other types of metals.

Drop off your donation for this drive on Saturday, April 23 from 8:00am-3:30pm at Holy Trinity Church located at 1200 Alpine Church Road in Comstock Park 49321.

For more information on metal accepted, visit www.htkofc.org or call Jeremy at (616)450-7742.

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.

Pink in the Rink Charity Hockey tourney benefits Gilda's Club

Pink in the Rink Charity Hockey tourney benefits Gilda's Club

The 5th annual Pink in the Rink tournament is February 5th and 6th at Griffs Ice House in Grand Rapids with proceeds benefiting Gilda's Club.  Tourney host is the combined hockey team of Comstock Park/Northview/Sparta who will play in Pink jerseys featuring names of cancer fighters chosen by each player.  Friday at 545pm, will feature a Pre-game family recognition ceremony for the Slot family.  Kim Slot was a teacher at Northview Schools who lost her battle with cancer in September of 2015. Kim Slot was also the widow of fallen Walker Police officer Trevor Slot.   Multiple fundraisers will take place over the weekend including 50/50 raffles, and silent auctions to help "Stick it to Cancer"!   Here is a list of games:  

Feeding America West Michigan donates water to Flint


COMSTOCK PARK, Mich (WZZM) -- Feeding America West Michigan has joined the effort to help the people of Flint.

Friday morning, the organization sent 10,000 bottles of water along with 4,500 pounds of food to The Food Bank of Eastern Michigan.

The Food Bank of Eastern Michigan is a major hub in Flint's disaster response efforts. They've been accepting donations from across the country, including a donation from singer, Cher.

Feeding America West Michigan say they are in the best possible position to help in an effort like this.

"When a crisis like the Flint water crisis arises, we are well positioned to address that. We already have the distribution mechanisms, we already have the trucks, we have the facilities," said Communication Specialist with Feeding America West Michigan, Andrew Steiner.

Whitecaps call on fans for new menu item


COMSTOCK PARK, Mich. (WZZM) -- The West Michigan Whitecaps are looking to you for ideas for a new food item at Fifth Third Ballpark.

This will be the seventh year the ballpark has put fan-nominated items on the menu. Past winners include the Declaration of Indigestion, Baco, and last year’s winner, the Hot-to-Tot.

“This promotion is one of my favorites,” said Katie Johnson Whitecaps Food and Beverage Manager said in a press release. “We look forward to reading all of the creative ideas. The fans like trying to come up with the next big food item for us.”

Jackpot dreams draw crowd to Party World


UPDATE: The winning numbers are 8, 27, 34, 4, 19, and the Powerball is 10.

ALPINE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WZZM) -- The winning numbers for the $1.5 billion Powerball jackpot will be revealed just before 11 o'clock tonight.

Conviction upheld in slaying triggered by pizza, rent


GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WZZM) -- A Comstock Park man who fatally beat his cousin in a dispute over pizza, then fled with the victim’s wallet and cellphone  “because he was scared,’’ failed to convince a three-judge panel he was acting in self-defense.

Blood splatters in their Alpine Township apartment were consistent with Brandon Nelson being struck several times while on the ground, the Court of Appeals cited in upholding the second-degree murder conviction of 26-year-old Kyle Alan Wilson.

Wilson, who is serving a 46- to 150-year sentence, is no stranger to prison. He moved in with Nelson in 2013 after serving more than five years for killing a 15-year-old Barry County boy in a dispute over $80.