The Saugatuck Douglas Area Convention and Visitors Bureau debuted a new social district in Saugatuck’s riverfront shopping district area to spur spending at area businesses and restaurants this spring.
Chris Morrish found the perfect environment as goalkeeper for Calvin University and propelled that to a professional contract.
Grand Rapids was named one of the 28 most affordable regions in the country by the Urban Land Institute.
The 2021 edition of the West Michigan Carefree Travel Guide is now available.
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.
Deb Kalsbeek created a platform to help Grand Rapids women entrepreneurs; now she’s going national.
AHC Hospitality will open its newly renovated Morton Hotel on Monday in downtown Grand Rapids.
A recent survey found that Michigan parents would pay an average of $592 for a week away from their children and significant other.
Your guide to give local candle companies helping to set the mood all yearlong.
Mayor Rosalynn Bliss reflects on local economy, social issues and the future.
On Jan. 1, Grand Rapids gained its newest poet laureate in Ericka “Kyd Kane” Thompson. She is the seventh to take on the title and the first Black woman and openly queer person to hold the role.
Bank of America, Merrill and Bank of America Private Bank credit and debit cardholders can receive free admission to the Grand Rapids Public Museum and Grand Rapids Art Museum this weekend, courtesy of the Bank of America Museums on Us program.
Plaster Creek Family Park won the 2020 Park Design Award from the Michigan Recreation & Park Association, and The Pack Indoor Dog Park is now open for business.
Experience Grand Rapids is partnering with Kent County-area hotels to provide staycation deals to revive the tourism and hospitality sector of the local economy that suffered under the COVID-19 pandemic.
A local nonprofit secured another building that will become sober living apartments.
Discriminatory housing practices will be discussed in the next installment of Holland Museum’s Cultural Lens series.
Shelbie Schoenborn, a sophomore at Coopersville High School, is a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders.
The 2021 Cheers & Chocolate Community Crawl will connect with Muskegon-area businesses to raise funds for a local domestic and sexual assault shelter.
Ann Arbor-based Exclusive Brands announced the opening of its newest retail store to serve both adult-use and medical cannabis consumers in Grand Rapids.
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.