Grand Rapids’ first accessible kayak and canoe launch now is available for use.
The local G League affiliate of the Denver Nuggets found a new venue, following the closure of the DeltaPlex.
Holland-born actor and writer Hopwood DePree will make an appearance at Schuler Books in Grand Rapids.
After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19 restrictions, an annual celebration will return in June.
Despite ongoing construction at MSU's Doug Meijer Medical Innovation Building, Bold Advanced Medical Future (BAMF) Health already is off to a running start as one of the flagship tenants of the site.
Is the Grand Rapids housing market the hottest it has ever been?
A celebration of African American culture and history will be held downtown next month.
Forty-one Grand Rapids Public School students will graduate with a Seal of Biliteracy certification.
Grand Rapids will host Grand River kayaking excursions and free kayaking demos this summer.
Grand Rapids this week is partnering with Grand Rapids Public Schools (GRPS) on an outdoor program for students.
The Amway River Bank Run will host its 45th annual race this weekend.
When the Grand Rapids Art Museum’s gift shop closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, a hole was left in downtown.
A cleaning and restoration franchise recently opened a Grand Rapids location.
The Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit will return to its traditional one-day format for 2022.
Dr. Abha Gupta Varma, a physician at Cherry Health, has been practicing for just over two decades. Familiar with the nuances of medicine since she was a kid — both of her parents were doctors — Varma strives to provide the best care she can by talking to patients early and often.
While Grand Rapids is not quite the food truck paradise one might find in Austin, Texas, or Portland, Oregon, there are strides being made.
The pandemic did a number on movie theaters (and the movie industry as a whole), but an area movie house is rising from the ashes.
Muskegon Pride Center is partnering to host the city’s first Pride Festival next month.
A nonprofit hospice care provider is expanding its services through a new creative program.
An upcoming arena closure will displace Grand Rapids’ local basketball team.