Neighborhoods to host activities for National Night Out

Grand Rapids residents are invited to participate in a national community event.

Acrisure partners with Steelers

A locally based global insurance brokerage entered a naming rights partnership with the Pittsburgh Steelers and revealed the team’s new home stadium name. 

GRCC alumni, professors collaborate to support Ukrainian relief efforts

Community college professors and alumni are being featured in a poetry anthology, the proceeds of which will be donated to the International Rescue Committee. 

GRAAHI to hold final community conversations event

The third community conversations event for Grand Rapids African American Health Institute will focus on women and mental health.

Original West Michigan highway gets new life

A former highway along the coast of Lake Michigan will have a tribute to its historical significance.

Airline brings low-fare options to Muskegon

Muskegon County Airport is expanding its air services with additional flights to Chicago.

Baker College wins awards for culinary program

A Muskegon college received three awards this year from the Center for the Advancement of Foodservice Education. 

Climbing walls now open at city park

Bouldering enthusiasts in Grand Rapids now can enjoy access to climbing within the city, thanks to a new installation.

Future female leaders gather for professional development

A summer camp aimed at fostering business acumen and potential for high school girls was held last month at Calvin University.

Operation Handshake underway at GRR

Homebound troops flying into West Michigan to celebrate Thanksgiving will be welcomed with a fanfare, of sorts, today at Ford International Airport.

Meijer named best place to work for disability inclusion

A local retailer continues to earn recognition for inclusivity.

On key

For 39 years, John Pesano has performed as part of the Schubert Male Chorus.

Businesswomen to flock to inaugural SWAN Con

According to legend, a swan sings one beautiful song in its life just before it crosses the metaphorical rainbow bridge. But the Strong Women Arise Network (SWAN) is hardly on its way out.

Arbor Circle to cut ribbon on new courtyard

A nonprofit plans to celebrate a newly renovated outdoor space and mural. 

Commission Night Out meetings to return

City commission meetings will take to Grand Rapids neighborhoods once again.

Crowd of supporters gather for K9’s animal hospital release

Several members of the Grand Rapids Police Department and other area K9 unit personnel gathered in the parking lot of Animal Emergency Hospital Wednesday, Nov. 15 to welcome GRPD K9, "Eli." 

Big season at the Van

For the first time in years, Van Andel Arena now has two full-time tenants.

Bradford White joins the fight against hunger

Bradford White, a Middleville manufacturer of water heaters, boilers and storage tanks, is providing critical support for the fight against hunger this holiday season with a $10,000 contribution to Mel Trotter Ministries.

Oh, Christmas Tree!

The City of Grand Rapids officially kicks off the holiday season Friday, Dec. 2 with the annual Christmas tree lighting.

Griffins Teddy Bear Toss on Friday

A Teddy Bear Toss takes place during Friday's home game against the Manitoba Moose, Nov. 25.




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