Forbes recognizes local wealth management firm

A local wealth management firm has earned a place on Forbes Magazine's best wealth management teams in Michigan.

Second annual Unity Walk scheduled

Today is National Freedom Day, which commemorates President Lincoln's signing of the 13th amendment to the U.S. Constitution on Feb. 1, 1865, and  marks the beginning of Black History Month.

Cannonsburg expands tubing lanes, adds brunch

The Cedar Lounge has always been a great place to relax after a day on the slopes, but now skiers and observers alike will be able to fuel up before hitting the slopes with a new brunch menu.

Wayland bank collects 700 blankets for charity

A small community bank is making a difference for families in need this winter season with its "Blanket the Community" project, now in its fourth year. 

Festival charts course for the future

Monica Pritchard said she didn’t enter ArtPrize in 2021 expecting to win. But her project — a repurposed phone booth full of memories — filled the Blue Bridge and took her all the way to the grand prize.

Panel discussion explores cultural links to food

“What is healthy food?” is the name of a fourth talk in a series that takes place on Jan. 18,  5:30 p.m. at the...

Celebration in Times Square

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit transport nurse, Erin Coalliar, thought she was going to Seattle to check out a new type of neonatal ambulance. At least that’s what her manager, Maggie Simons, at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital had told her.

Update: Statewide 911 number restored

According to a press release by City of Grand Rapids, at 4:14 p.m. on January 10, 2023, 911 services in Grand Rapids are being affected by a statewide outage.

All that jazz

It’s cold, it’s dark, there’s nothing to do, but wait...yes there is...jazz is being played all over Grand Rapids!

World of Winter festival gets people out and about

What does Grand Rapids have in common with Anchorage, Alaska and Aspen, Colorado? All three cities host festivals that made the “10 Most Epic U.S. Winter Festivals Worth Braving The Cold For” list.

Still time for Six tix

The six wives of Henry VIII, some of whom he had beheaded, tell the story of their lives, post mortem, of course.

Grand Rapids, EGR announce tree disposal options

People who reside in Grand Rapids and East Grand Rapids have multiple options for the disposal of live-cut Christmas trees after the holidays.

Grand Rapids & EGR announce closures

A blizzard warning, announced by the National Weather Service that begins at 4 p.m. today has prompted city officials to issue a number of cancellations.

Friday’s Griffins game rescheduled

The American Hockey League on Thursday announced that the Grand Rapids Griffins' home game against the Cleveland Monsters scheduled for Friday, Dec. 23 at Van Andel Arena has been rescheduled

Bubble Bash is back

The WYCE Bubble Bash, a festive holiday celebration featuring sparkling wine from around the world, takes place this evening, Dec. 22, 5-9 p.m. at The B.O.B.

Peak performance coach finds success with podcast

A Grand Rapids man is making a name for himself in the podcast arena. 

Big electric promises

In September, news emerged that electric vehicle battery maker Gotion Inc. plans to build a $2.4 billion factory near Big Rapids. The factory could create more than 2,300 jobs in the next decade.

Shopping for gifts

An underrated gem in Grand Rapids is Vander Veen’s The Dutch Store, 2755 28th St. SW in Wyoming.

Changing Grand Rapids

Change is in the wind in the Third Ward of Grand Rapids.

Two Men and a Truck ‘Give Back’ 

Jeremy Buhrmann, general manager of Two Men and a Truck. is feeling really good about a new charity the moving company has come up with this year.




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