Two city commission seats are up for grabs today.
After closing its doors eight months ago, Elliott’s News announced it will reopen downtown.
Wyoming resident Laureen Robinson, 53, took up running following the tragic death of a family friend during the Fifth Third River Bank Run. At her son’s encouragement, Robinson took her running to the next level by competing in the Meijer State Games of Michigan and later competing in her first State Games of America.
Ruari Griffin, 11, competes this weekend in her third State Games. Griffin took up archery three years ago after a medical condition left her unable to continue swimming.
The Humane Society of West Michigan will hold its fifth annual Bark in the Dark run/walk in October and participants can begin registering for the event now.
Less cold and clinical optician’s office and more fun, social gathering, Honest Eyes optical wants to bring affordability and style to the forefront of the optical industry.
All great stories start in someone’s garage or basement. Companies are born, rock bands are formed and long-held dreams find a pulse. It’s the same thing for Rhoda Klomega, founder of Delasie, a clothing brand with an African element utilizing meaningful fabrics.
Women’s clothing brand Duffield Lane opened its first boutique this summer in Gas Light Village.
BISSELL Pet Foundation is teaming up with AM Yoga for Paws and Reflect.
John Ball Zoo announced today the birth of a white-faced saki monkey earlier this week.