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 local fashion retailer is dropping its brick-and-mortar store.
Likely having heard about the great food on the West Side a black bear decided to check out that corner of the city this morning.
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.
Woodland Mall has unveiled its new west wing.
Write Michigan is looking for storytellers for its annual short story fiction contest.
Forget about the mud pies of your youth. The Grand Rapids Mud Run is serious about mud: expect to swim mud pits, slip down a 60-foot mudslide, slither through tunnel crawls, and wrangle a slippery hill climb.
“I began running regularly five years ago, but really started enjoying running when I joined my first running group,” said Matt Swiontek. He has since launched two running groups of his own, November Project Grand Rapids (formerly Carpe Diem) and Bagel Run GR.
Two hundred children will receive free bike helmets from the Grand Rapids Griffins during two events being held this month.
The $160 million project includes multiple restaurants, yoga studio.
You don’t have to wait until Black Friday to kickoff your holiday shopping.
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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.
John Ball Zoo announced today the birth of a white-faced saki monkey earlier this week.
A comic book shop is marking three years of action this weekend.
Grand Rapids' Creston neighborhood has launched a beautification crowdfunding campaign.
The dog days of summer are here, and it’s time for puppy-filled lunch breaks.
Today is National Dog Day and we’re here to give you some fun ideas to celebrate the occasion with your four-legged friends.
On Tuesday night, the Grand Rapids Police Department and several Grand Rapids neighborhood associations are asking residents to lock their doors, turn on outside lights and spend the evening outdoors on porches, lawns, streets or in parks with their neighbors.