Tens of thousands of people gathered in downtown Grand Rapids to celebrate the Fourth of July on Saturday.
The 81st annual Hollyhock Lane Parade in Grand Rapids brought together both families and the community this Independence Day.
The Grand Rapids Police Department is investigating a stabbing at a gas station Friday night.
The Blue Bridge will be illuminated with a rainbow of color to commemorate the recent same-sex marriage decision by the U.S. Supreme Court.
While new recruits from the GRPD were serving meals to the homeless, one recruit noticed a man choking and jumped into action.
Power has been restored to thousands of Consumers Energy customers in the Walker-Grand Rapids area.
One person was critically injured in a drive-by shooting on Grand Rapids’ southeast side that sent three people to the hospital.
A large fire broke out a Pitsch Companies in northwest Grand Rapids on the evening of July 1, 2015.
The cause of a large fire that destroyed part of a Grand Rapids demolition and salvage business Wednesday night is still unknown.
Four teen bicycle theft suspects were arrested in downtown Grand Rapids, and police are still looking for two more.
The slated opening date for the highly anticipated Slows Bar BQ restaurant at the Downtown Market in Grand Rapids has been delayed yet again…
Frederik Meijer Gardens broke attendance records for the month of June with the opening of the new Japanese Garden.
Kent County said it would be accepting bids for the property at 82 Ionia Ave. NW until Aug. 28.
A new program aims to prevent crime in Grand Rapids neighborhoods by focusing on educating landlords.
The newly listed Fortune 500 company will maintain its location in the Grand Rapids area.
A controversial Grand Rapids strip club has been sold which will allow the downtown Arena South District to expand.