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Padres win again in Let's Go to Bat for Kids fundraiser


COMSTOCK PARK, Mich. (WZZM) -- Fifth Third Ballpark held the Let's Go to Bat for Kids fundraiser for Catholic Charities West Michigan tonight, and the Padres extended their decades-long winning streak with a 12-11 victory.

The game pits area priests, playing as the CCWM Padres, against TV, radio, and print personalities, playing as the Media Giants. The Media Giants have never won.

The event has been held for nearly three decades and supports the foster programs of Catholic Charities West Michigan.

Missy and Tom Bozung joined the WZZM 13 News at 5 on Tuesday to talk about their experiences as foster parents. They have fostered about 15 kids in the last 15 years and say the experience has been very rewarding. See more of what they have to say in the video below.

Hundreds lose power in Comstock Park


COMSTOCK PARK, Mich. (WZZM) -- Consumers Energy has restored power to about 500 customers in West Michigan who lost it late Monday afternoon.

The outage was reported around 5 p.m., generally along West River Drive from I-96 up to the ramps for US-131.

Visit this link to see the Consumers Energy outage map.


One person trapped in Alpine & 4 Mile crash


WALKER, Mich. (WZZM) -- One person was trapped in their vehicle during a crash at Alpine Avenue and 4 Mile Road Friday afternoon. The crash happened shortly before 2 p.m.

The driver of a black car was trapped in a vehicle and was initially reported to be unresponsive, but was later alert and responsive.

The Walker Department of Public Safety responded to the scene as well as Life EMS. Firefighters had to cut the person out of the vehicle.

Nucraft expanding in Comstock Park


COMSTOCK PARK, Mich. (WZZM) -- A furniture maker in Comstock Park broke ground on an expansion project this week.

Nucraft, on West River Drive, says it will add 47,000 square-feet to its manufacturing facility.

The expansion is expected to add another 40 jobs to a workforce of nearly 300.

Nucraft employees have designed and built custom office furniture for more than 70 years in West Michigan.


St. Patrick-St. Anthony Parish Prayer Shawl Ministry Passes 150 Mark in Donated Items To Community

GRAND HAVEN, Mich., MAY 14, 2015--Since 2007, an informal group of women from St. Patrick-St. Anthony Parish has been knitting and crocheting hand made shawls, lap robes, afghans, hats, mittens, scarves and similar items to give veterans, infants, middle schoolers, hospitalized persons, those in nursing homes, parish members and community friends comfort.  Now in its eighth year, the group--known as the Parish Prayer Shawl Ministry--has passed a major milestone of donating 150 items to persons in the lakeshore community and as far away as Haiti.

St. Patrick-St. Anthony Parish to Host Summer Celebration May 29

GRAND HAVEN, Mich., May 14, 2015--When St. Patrick-St. Anthony Parish opens its doors to the general public for a special "Summer Celebration" on Friday, May 29, from 6 p.m. to midnight, those in attendance will be welcomed to find their place by the bandshell being brought in for a toe-tapping party in the parking lot, food, drinks, dancing and entertainment.

The event will be held on the parish grounds at 920 Fulton Street in Grand Haven.  Cost of admission is $5 per person.  Hot dogs, brat's, Jet's pizza, pop and water will be available for a minimal fee.  A full cash bar also will be available, serving keg and canned beer, wine and a variety of mixed drinks.

Live music will be provided by performers with the Scottville Clown Band from 6 to 8 p.m., followed by Soul'd Out Band, featuring lead singer and parishioner Bubba LeClair, from 8 p.m. to midnight.

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Returns on Saturday, May 9

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Returns on Saturday, May 9

49 million people face hunger every day, including 16,000 million children. The month of May is time for the Stamp Out Hunger Drive sponsored by the Postal Service.

You have a chance to make a difference for those in need & put smiles on faces this Saturday, May9! Place non-perishable food items in a bag or box by your mailbox for the letter carriers in your area to pick up, while they drop off your mail.

These food items will be sorted & delivered to area food banks or pantries for families less fortunate.

Visit www.usps.com for more information.