Wedgwood Christian Services’ NextGen Board will host its inaugural event in support of at-risk youth.
John Ball Zoo and Family Promise are hosting an annual event to help raise awareness for family homelessness in a child-friendly environment.
The Grand Rapids Griffins will offer free bike helmets to children aged 12 and under.
A buried waterway will be resurfaced as part of a restoration project for the Grand River.
A locally based global insurance brokerage entered a naming rights partnership with the Pittsburgh Steelers and revealed the team’s new home stadium name.
Bouldering enthusiasts in Grand Rapids now can enjoy access to climbing within the city, thanks to a new installation.
Two local nonprofits have combined their resources to better serve West Michigan youth.
Rosalynn Bliss has seen numerous changes in her seven years as mayor of Grand Rapids.
It’s 6:30 a.m. on a Saturday morning and Fulton Street Farmers Market is just waking up.
Real Seafood Company, 141 Lyon St. NW, opened in late May serving up “contemporary” seafood from across the globe.
Grand Rapids will host a park party in celebration of this year’s neighborhood summit.
Community college professors and alumni are being featured in a poetry anthology, the proceeds of which will be donated to the International Rescue Committee.
A locally owned and operated music school is inviting the public to its grand opening.
A horticultural tour will return to a historic neighborhood this weekend.
Three Grand Rapids Community College students were accepted to a five-month program at Johns Hopkins Schools of Medical Imaging.
A Kalamazoo teen recently secured a retail deal for her small business.
The Grand Rapids African American Health Institute will host the second event of its three-month community series.
A no-kill cat shelter in Grand Rapids is inviting the public to tour its open house next month.
Grand Rapids Symphony has a new assistant conductor.
A community theater launched a new education initiative.