A 3.3 magnitude earthquake was recorded about 7.5 miles north of Union City in Calhoun County on Tuesday.
A controversial Grand Rapids strip club has been sold which will allow the downtown Arena South District to expand.
A Senate committee has approved a $1.4 billion road-funding plan that would raise the state gasoline tax over three years.
A man who took customers’ money but never showed up to plow their driveways entered a plea on Tuesday.
The Del McCoury Band and Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn performed on June 29 at the 5/3 Bank Summer Concerts at Meijer Gardens.
Gov. Snyder has signed a law prohibiting municipalities from requiring businesses to pay wages exceeding state or federal requirements.
Find out when and where to find Fourth of July fireworks in your community.
Police in Norton Shores are asking for the public’s help with information on a string of recent vandalism to vehicles.
The superintendent has been placed on leave along with and 11 other staff members amid an investigation into how the inmates escaped.
Tuesday will actually be technically longer, but only by a second.
The city of Holland has announced a multimillion redevelopment proposal for the Holland Civic Center and surrounding property.
The newly listed Fortune 500 company will maintain its location in the Grand Rapids area.
The Obama administration is proposing making up to 5 million more people eligible for overtime.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie launched his 2016 campaign for president with a promise to tell voters the truth even if it makes them cringe…
Like so many scams, this one started with a phone call. Now, a pair of 71-year-old grandparents is fighting to get their $3,000 back.
Yet another project that could increase bike and walking space while reducing space for cars is under discussion at Grand Rapids City Hall.
Woods Lake Park in Kalamazoo will be closed for the rest of the year starting on Tuesday.
The Grand Rapids Symphony’s Picnic Pops kicks off summer with a live performance from Super Diamond.
A ribbon cutting was held in Grand Rapids’ Eastown neighborhood to celebrate the completion of construction on a new mixed-use development.
OnStaff USA celebrating 30 years by introducing you to “Bob.”
Robinson Dental is giving someone truly deserving of a new smile a $10,000 GOLDEN Smile Giveaway.
Explore the Tunnel of Trees in Emmet County.
GR Reads book is tied to event with John Ball Zoo head veterinarian.
The former Spartan basketball star is holding a basketball camp for kids for just $1.
HopCat is offering free Crack Fries on July 1 in celebration of being named among America’s 10 Best French Fries.
The band will perform at an album release party at Founders on July 2.
The Legislature has approved bills requiring school districts with fund balances below 5 percent to tell the state the assumptions used when…
An Indonesian air force transport plane crashed into a residential neighborhood in the city of Medan, killing dozens of people.
AAA Michigan says about 1.4 million state residents are expected to travel this Fourth of July, the most since 2007.
A boy who claimed he had escaped an attempted child abduction later admitted to police it was all a hoax.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is looking for ways to fund paving the White Pine Trail with asphalt.
A short-lived thunderstorm in western Ottawa County produced a small funnel cloud around 8:50 p.m. Monday.