Sift through a sampling of local retailers offering Black Friday and Small Business Saturday deals and since we’re on a roll, a few Cyber Monday offerings as well.
A new 6,500-square-foot event venue is being planned for a lakeshore city.
There’s a new Pilates studio at a major shopping center in town.
You don’t have to wait until Black Friday to kickoff your holiday shopping.
The owner of Grand Rapids retail store The Paper Studio is embarking on a second endeavor. Abby Fowler, Paper Studio owner, opens Pulp & Stem on Tuesday, May 1 in the Downtown Market.
Members of the military traveling through the Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GFIA) can now enjoy a lounge just for them and their families.
A West Michigan beach topped USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice Poll.
A local fashion retailer is dropping its brick-and-mortar store.
Grand Rapids' Creston neighborhood has launched a beautification crowdfunding campaign.
A recent study from career resource company Zippia found that Allendale is Michigan’s hardest working city.
Two new cannabis dispensaries will open in West Michigan.
A new downtown event venue is in the works.
An outdoor retailer with locations across the state is coming to Grand Rapids.
Think your Instagram snaps capture West Michigan’s beauty better than anyone else’s? The West Michigan Tourist Association is launching a photo contest to find the best photos in the region.
The city is giving residents a say on the signage that will welcome visitors to local parks.
With our city racking up accolades like "Best Town for Mountain Biking," it’s no surprise that Grand Rapids has plenty of bike shops where you can find your next bike -- or ride in for a seasonal tune-up.
Two Grand Rapids landmarks will be among more than 225 around the world that will shine a light on breast cancer.
Want to get a jumpstart on your new year’s resolutions? Registration is now open for the Fifth Third River Bank Run.
After a successful first year, the Blue Bridge Music Festival is returning for ArtPrize Nine.
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.