It’s time for the weekend! From mini golf to hot rods to the “world’s largest food truck rally,” there’s plenty to do this weekend in and around Grand Rapids. Oh, and you can soar through the trees if you so desire thanks to an area camp opening its zipline to the public for an afternoon.
Organizers of the 2017 Grand Rapids Mud Run, a mud filled 5K, promise to up the anti this year with new obstacles and rearranged favorites.
Camp Newaygo chef Chris Gribble is showing off his culinary skills on Saturday night with a special three-course dinner overlooking the lake.
Breakout your comfy pants, Restaurant Week kicks off on Wednesday.
Two city commission seats are up for grabs today.
Score some awesome items tonight at Goodwill’s Garage Sale block party.
The 83rd annual Kent County Youth Fair begins today.
After closing its doors eight months ago, Elliott’s News announced it will reopen downtown.
While everyone would love to bask in the sunshine all summer long, most people still spend around 90 percent of their time indoors. So grab the time you can.
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.