While no ball will drop in downtown Grand Rapids this New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of alternative events to ring in 2017.
This is the first time in eight years that Grand Rapids won’t have a ball drop celebration downtown.
A man is looking to make things less cold for our most vulnerable citizens warmed hearts and beds with a big donation.
A Kent County pizzeria plans to give the homeless and downtrodden a little something to celebrate this New Year.
As we get closer to welcoming in the New Year, a Grand Rapids bar wants to help people say good riddance to 2016.
Grand Rapids police say they’ve identified a couple that racked up a $320 bill at a downtown restaurant and left without paying.
Greenville’s mayor is standing behind the city’s public safety director after the director was charged with felony fraud.
Police continue to investigate a stabbing that happened early Friday morning in Grand Rapids.
Grand Rapids police say the victim was inside his home when he was shot early Friday morning.
Slither was the most searched game on Google in 2016.
A case against a man accused of purposely hitting two women and a young toddler will move forward.
A few dozen people demonstrated outside Chase Bank, which is an investor in company behind the pipeline proposal.
Grand Rapids city workers are accepting cast-off Christmas trees, now that the holiday is over.
Police are searching for the suspect who robbed a convenience store in Grand Rapids early Thursday.
The Grand Rapids Planning Commission is expected to discuss plans for a new Chick-fil-A location on 28th Street.