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.
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.
The six wives of Henry VIII, some of whom he had beheaded, tell the story of their lives, post mortem, of course.
People who reside in Grand Rapids and East Grand Rapids have multiple options for the disposal of live-cut Christmas trees after the holidays.
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.
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.
The City of Grand Rapids officially kicks off the holiday season Friday, Dec. 2 with the annual Christmas tree lighting.
A Teddy Bear Toss takes place during Friday's home game against the Manitoba Moose, Nov. 25.
The Grand Rapids Turkey Trot presented by Blue Care Network returns for its 30th year on Thursday, Nov. 24.
Many Grand Rapidians were devastated when the Big Old Building, or the B.O.B., closed last December.
A new report on vacancy rates underscores a competitive market for residential rental units in Grand Rapids.
A nonprofit plans to celebrate a newly renovated outdoor space and mural.
City commission meetings will take to Grand Rapids neighborhoods once again.
A new list highlighted Grand Rapids as a place to be for homes with the best views.
A collaboration between Priority Health and the city of Grand Rapids is bringing an outdoor fitness center to the city.
Grand Rapids residents are invited to participate in a national community event.
A new recreational space in Grand Rapids offers a blend of nature, art and leisure.
A supermarket chain soon will open its doors in Kentwood.
Bouldering enthusiasts in Grand Rapids now can enjoy access to climbing within the city, thanks to a new installation.
Real Seafood Company, 141 Lyon St. NW, opened in late May serving up “contemporary” seafood from across the globe.