The Grand Rapids Public Museum is creating a time capsule of COVID-19 and looking for submissions.
New film production company and media incubator aims to bring Hollywood home.
Founders Brewing Co. partnered with the Michigan Hospitality Industry Employee Relief Fund to raise money for restaurant, bar and lodging workers who have been greatly impacted by COVID-19.
The Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) Foundation created a new, full-ride scholarship.
A new “barn-style” event space is coming to the lakeshore.
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.
The need for a safe, accepting environment for teenage girls in the foster care system is often overlooked. Negative perceptions of teenage girls as being promiscuous or bringing unwanted drama to families are just a few of the perceived problems, which make it difficult to find a home.
Wyoming resident Laureen Robinson, 53, took up running following the tragic death of a family friend during the Fifth Third River Bank Run. At her son's encouragement, Robinson took her running to the next level by competing in the Meijer State Games of Michigan and later competing in her first State Games of America.
According to education review site, Authority.org, most people in the Midwestern and southern parts of the country want schools to open for in-person learning amid the pandemic.
Volunteers from Amway, the City of Grand Rapids, Friends of Grand Rapids Parks and the community joined KaBOOM! on Thursday, Aug. 23 to transform an old playground into a brand new, kid-designed play space- -and they did it in just six hours.
You can now see a Top 25 ArtPrize finalist when visiting the Kent County Courthouse.
A civic agency and a property management company are collaborating to open an experimental dog park downtown.
2020 didn't allow us to explore our wonderful city like we normally would have, but it still offered a plethora of interesting people and places to read about while we quarantined at home.
An anonymous local donor will provide matching contributions on Giving Tuesday donations to The Salvation Army of Kent County, up to $51,000.
Ashley HomeStore recently opened a new store in Kalamazoo.
The Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation Department reported its annual park update last week.
Dean Cain’s latest project was filmed in Grand Rapids.
There are two types of people. Those who are here, and those that WANT to be here.
College costs continue to rise, and student loans are burdening families for decades as a result.
The city of Grand Rapids will reopen Roberto Clemente Park at 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 10 after the completion of the park’s $1.5 million renovation project that began last year.