Here's what's happening in Grand Rapids.
On Monday, Aug. 21 the moon will block out the sun creating a total solar eclipse in parts of the United States. While Grand Rapids viewers will only see a partial solar eclipse due to the city’s geographic placement, the view is still supposed to be spectacular.
An anonymous local donor will provide matching contributions on Giving Tuesday donations to The Salvation Army of Kent County, up to $51,000.
The American Dream never goes out of style.
A new sculpture downtown depicts the three Grand Rapids women who helped develop the whooping cough vaccine.
Having your period sucks. Period. Running to Walgreens once a month to get tampons or pads for Aunt Flo is annoying enough, but for many, it’s also a financial burden. Local 501(c)(3) nonprofit Be a Rose aims to help women break barriers, not the bank, when it comes to accessing feminine hygiene products.
Gun Lake Tribe and Gun Lake Casino revealed its $300 million expansion project plan to turn the casino’s property into a hotel resort.
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For WMCAT’s Dennis Grantz, teaching the arts is a labor of love.
Aberdeen Park is the latest in a series of Grand Rapids parks to reopen following renovations.
Holland artist Carolyn Stich designed this year’s “And Away They Flew” holiday card to feature Santa and his reindeer lifting off from a twinkling 8th Street on a peaceful, snowy night.
Grand Rapids cannabis company Fluresh, which opened for medical customers in February, became the inaugural adult-use retailer for Grand Rapids on Friday.
Carol Moore purchased the historic church and is leading it through a transformation.
$10 million injected into early childhood programming.
A real estate developer is planning to convert an old school on the city’s West Side into an event venue.
A recent survey found that Michigan parents would pay an average of $592 for a week away from their children and significant other.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Pack your bags and head to Camp Newaygo for a Girlfriends Get-A-Way.
A national golf champion will be coming to Grand Rapids.
Mercy Health and Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, which together comprise the Michigan region of Trinity Health, implemented a social care hotline to connect individuals with needed support, including access to food, transportation, health insurance, medication assistance, dependent care and more.
St. Cecilia Music Center always has been supported by women.