The Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation Department provided an annual update to the city commission on 37 recently completed, current and upcoming park improvement projects.
The United Way of the Lakeshore and The Dollywood Foundation are teaming up to present the premiere of “The Library That Dolly Built” at 7 p.m. Dec. 9 on Facebook Live.
An anonymous local donor will provide matching contributions on Giving Tuesday donations to The Salvation Army of Kent County, up to $51,000.
A Grand Rapids-based artist released a coloring book that features more than 25 iconic locations in Beer City, USA.
New group plans Black-owned business districts.
A recent survey from American Addiction Centers found 53% of Michigan residents have struggled with “quiet stress” this year.
A volunteer-led group is finalizing plans to begin a $2 million restoration project of the Ecliptic at Rosa Parks Circle.
Spectrum Health joined the effort to find a treatment when COVID-19 first came to Grand Rapids.
Six Grand Rapids Public Museum staff members were honored with the Clean Up Warriors Award by the Michigan Museums Association.
A nonprofit organization working to place an African American cultural center in Grand Rapids opened a community engagement center in the heart of downtown.
A childhood hunger relief nonprofit will participate in Giving Tuesday next week by sharing 2020 impact stories on social media, kicking off a monthlong donor matching campaign.
Group works to elevate the history of Black residents and clear path for future prosperity.
A local nonprofit is planning to open its annual Christmas store to support the Grand Rapids homeless community.
Fewer people will be traveling this Thanksgiving, according to a study by GasBuddy.
The people and organizations stepping up during a challenging year.
The Holland Museum will be including three diversity and inclusion programs in its Cultural Lens series starting this week.
The Grand Rapids Public Library named Ericka “Kyd Kane” Thompson as poet laureate of the greater Grand Rapids area for a three-year term.
A survey from MySubscriptionAddiction.com found that one-third of Michigan families plan to skip traditional family gatherings and instead order takeout or meal kits for their Thanksgiving meal this year.
Ada-based nonprofit i understand on Saturday will honor International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day by holding a toy drive and delivering several charitable donations to organizations around Grand Rapids.
Those looking to make a difference this holiday season can donate cold-weather necessities to a local nonprofit that serves individuals experiencing homelessness.