Does your teen need help finding a job, dealing with money or looking for college scholarships? Don’t worry, the library has you covered. The Grand Rapids Public Library is offering a three-part learning series for your teen to get the answers they need for life.
While most ArtPrize entries are vying for a portion of the $500,000 in prize money awarded at the end of the competition, an entry from a local company is focused on setting a world record.
“You want to be careful about having that last beer,” Dave Petroelje, owner and chief beer officer at City Built Brewing (CBB) said with a laugh, when asked for tips for those biking the upcoming Built So Fly event.
Celebrate this snowy season with the first-ever World of Winter festival. Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. (DGRI) teams up with numerous local organizations to provide eight jam-packed days of frozen fun activities for the entire community from Feb. 9 - 16.
A local fashion retailer is dropping its brick-and-mortar store.
After a successful first year, the Blue Bridge Music Festival is returning for ArtPrize Nine.
West Michigan collectors have a chance to appear on popular History channel reality show American Pickers, a documentary series that profiles real life collectors and tells their unique stories.
A new kind of “break room” is coming to a Grand Rapids suburb.
The Humane Society of West Michigan will hold its fifth annual Bark in the Dark run/walk in October and participants can begin registering for the event now.
It could be less than four years before the Grand River is back to its natural glory and providing yet another new attraction to downtown Grand Rapids.
We've rounded up our top events for April.
A local salon and clothing store is planning to expand to Ada Village.
Write Michigan is looking for storytellers for its annual short story fiction contest.
This is more than just a piece of plastic. Get ready for a brand new, modern way for passengers to pay their bus fares in 2018.
More than 700,000 people visit Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park’s 158-acre park each year to attend concerts, view its indoor and outdoor gardens, sculpture galleries, permanent sculpture collection and use the learning center, café and meeting rooms, among other features.
A recent study from career resource company Zippia found that Allendale is Michigan’s hardest working city.
Whether you're shopping early or waiting until the last minute, you'll be able to knock out that Christmas list with these six holiday artists markets.
As car companies race to perfect the autonomous vehicle of the future, many people are wondering what challenges those driverless cars might present to cities.
An outdoor retailer with locations across the state is coming to Grand Rapids.
October is now well underway; meaning so is the 30 Days 30 Dollars challenge. Created by Grand Rapids Area Black Businesses (GRABB), the 30 Days 30 Dollars challenge aims to bring awareness and money to black-owned businesses in Grand Rapids throughout the month of October.