The 24th annual Michigan International Auto Show will be held Feb. 3-6 at DeVos Place at 303 Monroe Ave. NW in downtown Grand Rapids.
The Kent County Health Department (KCHD) on Tuesday, Dec. 28, announced COVID-19 isolation and quarantine period changes, falling in line with guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention protocols.
The state of Michigan last week set a COVID-19 booster goal and gave actionable steps to protect residents from the continued spread of the virus.
Fit Body Bootcamp in Plainwell reopened its doors, thanks to local entrepreneur and stay-at-home mom of five years, Jessica Bowman.
A nationwide internet listing service for rental properties found Grand Rapids ranked among the 50 most competitive rental markets in the U.S., according to its 2021 year-end report.
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital (MFB) developed a skill for Amazon’s Alexa to give patients remote access to MFB expert advice wherever their device is active.
A local technology-enabled indoor farm unveiled its new brand.
The owner of a wellness-focused café and meal plan service is settling into his space after opening late this summer and is gearing up to offer delivery.
A Kentwood-based nonprofit pet clinic is providing pet owners tips to ensure everyone enjoys the holidays.
Future brides may be able to find their wedding dresses and more for their special day at an upcoming bridal show.
Multistate cannabis operator C3 Industries opened a new location this past weekend on the West Side of Grand Rapids.
Local health officials reported the first COVID-19 omicron variant detected in Kent County.
The Kent County Animal Shelter (KCAS) is urging pet owners and community members to protect animals from dangerously cold winter temperatures.
A Grand Rapids-based endurance event producer expanded its portfolio with the acquisition of two Michigan gravel races.
The first Harris Holiday Market fashion pop-up is planned for the newly branded downtown SoDiv commercial corridor on Division Avenue between Fulton and Wealthy streets.
A local business owner created an event giving holiday shoppers an opportunity to purchase unique gifts from a variety of West Michigan small businesses all in one place.
More than half of the homes sold in Grand Rapids were purchased above the asking price this year, according to a recent report.
If you think The Exercise Coach is just another garden-variety workout facility, think again.
The Grand Rapids Gold is launching its NBA Cares Season of Giving for the holidays.
With a new year upon us, now’s the time to start fresh, and that includes how you care for your skin.