A proposed tax increase to fund John Ball Zoo and the Grand Rapids Public Museum is on its way to the voters to decide.
Memorial services have been set for this weekend for a Grand Rapids firefighter who died when his boat caught fire.
A packaging company is investing millions to expand its Grand Rapids facility, adding 50 new jobs over the next three years.
A school on the southeast side of Grand Rapids was forced to close early Wednesday following a fire.
Investigators have identified the body found aboard a boat that burned in Spring Lake Sunday morning.
There have not been any confirmed cases of mumps at Calvin College, though there is one case for which results are pending.
A pub dubbed one of the best beer bars in America is coming to Beer City, USA.
A firefighter was injured while battling a fire at a historic home in Grand Rapids’ Heritage Hill district.
Nearly six months after the program launched, many people still don’t know about it and thousands of dollars are going unclaimed.
The modern day “Make Way for Ducklings” unfolded in the hallways of Ken-O-Sha Park Elementary Monday.
As they wait for official word, Grand Rapids firefighters are already preparing to grieve for Lt. David Knisley.
People partied like it was 1999 at the JW Marriott Grand Rapids Saturday night for a “Back to the 90s” prom.
Prosecutors say new evidence in the murder trial of a man known as “Nighthawk” suggests the killing was planned.
Michigan State University is getting $15 million for its new $88.1 million biomedical research center in Grand Rapids.
West Catholic High School named a new head football coach on Monday.