It’s been a long and bumpy road for the cannabis plant. From being completely illegal and demonized to later decriminalized and only allowed for medical use and, finally, to the legal sale of recreational marijuana in the city.
Researchers at Van Andel Institute have Parkinson’s in their scope.
Tiffany Townsend’s midwifery practice provides an alternative to the hospital environment.
The Detroit Field Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration warned the public of a widespread fraud scheme in which scam callers impersonate DEA agents in an attempt to steal money or personal information.
Mayor Rosalynn Bliss reflects on local economy, social issues and the future.
After many years of closure, the Division Avenue Arts Collective will reopen at its new permanent location, 1553 Plainfield Ave. NE, in the funky Creston neighborhood.
Can the police department’s new strategic plan really transform policing in a meaningful way?
A new study from Honest Paws found that scams involving the sale of puppies have increased 280% during the COVID-19 pandemic, and Michigan residents are one of the most impacted.
Partners for a Racism-Free Community hands the baton to WMCAT.
A recent survey from American Addiction Centers found 53% of Michigan residents have struggled with “quiet stress” this year.
Group works to elevate the history of Black residents and clear path for future prosperity.
A local nonprofit is planning to open its annual Christmas store to support the Grand Rapids homeless community.
Ada-based nonprofit i understand on Saturday will honor International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day by holding a toy drive and delivering several charitable donations to organizations around Grand Rapids.
Those looking to make a difference this holiday season can donate cold-weather necessities to a local nonprofit that serves individuals experiencing homelessness.
Baxter Community Center is seeking donations to fill holiday baskets for families in need of a little Christmas cheer.
Michigan renters are falling behind on payments more so than the rest of the country.
Homeless women face unique experiences and local agencies are trying to meet their needs.
Dean Cain’s latest project was filmed in Grand Rapids.
DisArt teams with artist to share important stories.
$10 million injected into early childhood programming.