The city of Kentwood will be bustling with block parties, neighborhood events and other activities Tuesday, Aug. 3.
A local church installed 126 solar panels on its roof as part of a shift toward renewable energy and is encouraging other churches to follow suit.
Ottawa County plans to add a treehouse to one of its parks, free Wi-Fi is available in 10 Grand Rapids parks and Grand Valley State University aims to transform a road into a pedestrian mall.
Local playwrights will see their work performed on the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre stage from Friday through Sunday as part of the theater’s Ten for All Festival.
Plaster Creek Family Park won the 2020 Park Design Award from the Michigan Recreation & Park Association, and The Pack Indoor Dog Park is now open for business.
A startup aims to help local individuals and businesses make the most of expensive parking spaces, and Grand Rapids native Shanae Gooch fulfilled her dream of going to esthetician school and starting her own business.
Local sock maker iNFable is celebrating Black History Month in February with four new designs.
If you are looking for a book to curl up with this month, local author Emma Palova recently released her memoir, “Greenwich Meridian.”
The Grand Rapids Ballet’s traditional holiday performance of “The Nutcracker” will return to the stage virtually this season due to COVID-19-related safety concerns.
The Women’s Way mural project is a public art initiative meant to activate several alleyways around Grand Rapids while also honoring the important women who made the city home.
Former Grand Rapids resident Veronica Kirin’s book, “Stories of Elders,” won in the History: General category of the annual National Indie Excellence Awards.
Cranes flood the skyline as Grand Rapids undergoes more investment.
The city of Grand Rapids has completed improvements to a park space on the city’s West Side.
A recent study from career resource company Zippia found that Allendale is Michigan’s hardest working city.
The Michigan Brewers Guild launched a podcast, “Michigan’s Great Beer State Podcast” for the state’s beer enthusiasts.
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Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park opened to the public in April 1995.
The COVID-19 “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order resulted in many nonessential employees being terminated or put on leave, which spurred the creation of a new online resource.
We've rounded up our top events for April.
LaughFest welcomes several comics to town this month, including Russell Peters, who has been doing standup for three decades.