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Moynihan Art Gallery to close in August

After 25 years in business, Kate Moynihan has announced she will retire, and on August 31, the Moynihan Art Gallery in downtown Holland will close. HOLLAND — Downtown Moynihan Art Gallery will close following the retirement announcement of owner Kate Moynihan. First opened in 1993 by Kate and her husband, Larry Weller, the business has

Holland Sentinel named as finalists for 6 awards

Winners will be announced in April. The Holland Sentinel has been named as a finalist in six categories of the Michigan Associated Press Media Editors 2017 awards. Out of nearly 900 entries for the contest, The Sentinel is a finalist in the best business writing, best sports feature story, best sports column, best public service,

Gubernatorial candidate Schuette stops in Holland to talk jobs

Hide caption The Republican Bill Schuette toured and hosted a manufacturing round table at EBW Electronics. HOLLAND — Attorney General Bill Schuette visited Holland on Monday to discuss expanding the state economy and bringing more jobs into Michigan. Schuette, a Republican running for governor this year, toured and hosted a manufacturing round table at EBW

A Week In Holland, MI, On A Joint $66,000 Salary

Welcome to Money Diaries, where we’re tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We’re asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we’re tracking every last dollar. Today: an administrative assistant who makes $66,000 per year. This week, she spends some of her money