After sitting vacant for more than a decade, the building once known as The Rowe Hotel officially reopens Wednesday with a new purpose.
A sports bra company based in West Michigan has been honored as one of the best entrepreneurial companies in America.
With Michigan undefeated and Michigan State coming off five losses, the Wolverines are favored to win this weekend’s rivalry matchup.
Davenport University is growing. The school’s W.A. Lettinga Campus in Caledonia Township is getting a new business building.
Michigan’s gem to the north is the only place in the United States to grace Lonely Planet’s latest list.
Are you willing to shell out more tax dollars to pay for the John Ball Zoo and the Grand Rapids Public Museum?
Some Kent County residents may want to throw extra blankets on their bed Tuesday night, ahead of a planned power outage.
The Grand Rapids police officer arrested for allegedly driving under the influence has been formally charged.
While at the scene of the shooting, authorities recovered approximately 100 stolen items.
Premiums will go up sharply next year under President Obama’s health care law, and many consumers will be down to just one insurer.
Metro Health is proud to support Kids Food Basket to ensure that children in the area are able to get the nutrition and food they need.
A federal judge approved the largest auto-scandal settlement in U.S. history Tuesday.
A court has rejected a request for a grand jury investigation of Gov. Snyder’s decision to use state funds for his legal representation.
Ann Arbor tied Boulder, Colorado for the top spot on a recent Gallup-Healthways well-being survey.
Allendale Township board members green-lighted the plan for new lights and a sidewalk this week.
The death of a 49-year-old woman whose body was found last month on a private beach in northern Michigan has been ruled accidental.
A business group’s decision to support energy legislation is being called a “breakthrough” in an attempt to update Michigan’s energy laws.
The O-K Green Conference will be well-represented when the MHSAA state tournament kicks off Friday night.
The Cubs defeated the Detroit Tigers in 1908 for their second championship in a row. They haven’t won the title since.
Deputies say one person was killed when their vehicle left the road and struck a tree in Barry County.