The Grand Rapids Community Foundation has raised $26 million for a program to send students who live on GR's West Side to college for free.
The Challenge Scholars program will pay for college for hundreds of kids on Grand Rapids' west side if they graduate from Union High School.
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital has sponsored the wheelchair division of the Fifth Third River Bank Run for 25 years.
Today is Cinco de Mayo and contrary to popular belief, it is not the Mexican Day of Independence which is actually September 16th. The Commi…
There's one camp in West Michigan were kids can just be kids, even if they struggle with stuttering.
Art Van has partnered with organizations such as Parent to Parent, First Day Shoe Fund, and Hospice of Michigan to help make our communities…
Volunteers here in West Michigan are helping people on a global level.
Today volunteers from around Grand Rapids took time out of their days to share the love of reading with students in area schools.
There's healing for today and hope for tomorrow on Division Ave. in Grand Rapids.
A child who struggles with hunger cannot live a healthy life and a hungry child will not have the energy to focus and learn.
One place in Grand Rapids is using arts and technology to help further economic and social progress in high school student's lives.
Osmon Koroma's story is one of recovery, positive attitude and perseverance.
If you haven't prepared and filed your taxes yet, it's not too late.
One in three mothers nationally struggle to diaper their babies.
Readers and book lovers are going to share their love with young school children in Grand Rapids.
Improving academic performances, engaging students, families and community is the focus of this week’s Connecting with Community Award final…