The Grand Rapids Turkey Trot will continue its longstanding tradition this fall despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Three West Michigan cities combined to crack the top 25 sexist cities, according to Pure Romance.
A new shop specializing in bridesmaid dresses has arrived in West Michigan.
Lakeshore Museum Center will be hosting two 90-minute walking tours, the Historic Tour and the Art and Architecture Tour, in downtown Muskegon throughout the summer.
AM Yoga Studio has partnered with Community Rebuilders to launch a yoga program for veterans to assist with symptoms of PTSD and other mental health issues.
Kent County has become one of a growing number of Michigan communities to add paper cups to its recycling program, thanks to a partnership with the Foodservice Packaging Institute.
If you’ve been in a major city any time over the past couple of decades, there’s a very good chance you’ve seen someone holding a sign that reads: Homeless Veteran.
It’s that time of year again – and people are eager to get their paws on your possessions. Are you ready to purge and make some money doing it?
A new report finds Michiganders are prepared to pay those unvaccinated against COVID-19 $136 each to receive the jab.
Two snowy owls have a new home in the Forest Realm at John Ball Zoo.
A national furniture retailer opened its first Michigan location in Grand Rapids.
Meeting needs despite quarantine barriers.
Under the Arctic and Sean Kenney’s Wild Connections Made with Lego Bricks exhibitions will be leaving the Grand Rapids Public Museum soon.
Uptown Grand Rapids Inc. will continue its initiative to support local artists by adding new installations and murals to the buildings of businesses this month.
Retirement is changing. That means planning for retirement is changing, too, according to Steve Starnes, principal at Grand Wealth Management.
K ourtney Thomas remembers the first COVID-19 patient she saw back in March 2020.
A marketplace at Studio Park is expanding its offerings in May.
As you are packing away your summer attire and unpacking your favorite winter sweaters, take a good look at what you might be able to do without.
A Hudsonville-based performance apparel brand recently entered a partnership with national pickleball organization USA Pickleball.
The Holland Farmers Market teamed up with its community outreach partner, Higher Health Chiropractic, to launch a new Kids Produce Program that encourages children to develop healthy eating habits by purchasing fruits and vegetables.